STC - Stawell Tennis Club president Shane Freeland has hailed the new-look Friday night senior tennis competition as 'sensational', saying things have been going really well so far.
"You couldn't ask for any better. We have over 100 people, including kids and spectators, coming each week," Mr Freeland said.
The president said the decision to move from Saturday afternoon to Friday night has made a difference.
"You hear how successful it is just from word of mouth from other clubs," he said.
With just four home and away matches remaining until finals, things will certainly be heating up in the senior competition.
Frewstal and Stawell Joinery have emerged as competition pace setters following the 10 rounds of matches.
Frewstal head into the break sitting on top of the table and are yet to have a bye, while second placed Stawell Joinery remain undefeated and have had two byes this season.
Frewstal's second ranked player, Brian O'Shannessy has been in good form, dropping hardly any sets while Glen Troeth has also been solid.
Howie Dunn would have to be pleased with his team, Stawell Joinery, and their efforts to date.
Nick Seeary is one to watch as they head into the pointy end of the season while Les McLeod has proved age is no barrier, consistently performing well in both Wednesday and Friday night tennis.
Ellen Williams and Delaney Humphris are a couple of Joinery's younger players who have had a good season, helping their team remain undefeated.
While both Frewstal and Stawell Joinery enjoy a comfortable lead at the top, there is just six points separating the next four sides.
Trackside Bar and Bistro have a strong combination of men, with Andrew Dunn, Jacob Hamilton and Matt Dwyer presenting a challenge to their opponents throughout the season.
Cassidy Painting certainly have the potential to reach the finals series, with current women's club champion Jade Cross leading the way.
Cassidy's lower ranked players John Griffiths and Zac Illig have also contributed, winning a bulk of their sets and this will need to continue if they are to cement a top four position.
Stawell Gold Mines have a fair bit of depth and experience which should see them challenge for a finals place.
Michael Hackwill has been solid and with the likes of Murray Hart, Megs Mitchell, Shane Bibby and Tracey Dark in their top order, Gold Mines shouldn't be dismissed as a threat.
Farrer's Tyrepower will also be looking to bridge the gap between themselves and rest of the competition, while Stawell Toyota remain winless despite strong performances from Joel Freeland, Bob Freeland and Jaiden Bach.
Competition returns on Friday, February 1.