STC - After fifteen rounds of tennis, it all comes down to the grand final showdown tonight between Frewstal and Stawell Joinery.
Both teams have had a sensational season after finishing the season in first and second place on the ladder, so there should be some high quality tennis provided in Stawell Tennis Club's first ever senior grand final under lights.
Frewstal and Stawell Joinery boast plenty of depth right throughout the ranks and are certainly up for the challenge.
It appears to be an evenly matched contest.
Stawell Joinery had a fantastic run of wins earlier in the season before suffering a shock loss to Stawell Toyota.
The spotlight will be sitting squarely on Joinery's lower ranked players who have been in solid form recently.
Nathan McConnell and Paul Carson are set to lead the way although Frewstal's Jesse Barber and Mitch Collins will need to beware of veteran and Wednesday night mixed star player, Les McLeod.
In the women's, Anna Sullivan steps up into the number two position for Stawell Joinery and is going to battle it out against Treen Slorach, who has also moved up a spot, and Sadie Slorach.
Kirby Griffiths had an encouraging performance in Stawell Joinery's preliminary final win over Stawell Gold Mines and will look to be even better tonight.
Frewstal have managed to maintain an edge over Joinery all season, holding on to the minor premiership mantle.
The Frewstal women may provide a headache for Stawell Joinery, with Treen Slorach, Jenny Stevens, Narelle O'Shannessy and Colene Matthews all firing in their side's cruisy preliminary final victory against Cassidy Painting a fortnight ago.
Suzie Blakey will be hoping her charges can bring all they've got to the court in attempt to stop this quartet's winning run.
On the men's side, Stawell Joinery's top players Howard Dunn, Sean Dwyer and Nick Seeary need to be wary of Brian O'Shannessy.
O'Shannessy has showed plenty of class all season and will be relying on Shane Field and Glen Troeth to help him get Frewstal over the line tonight.