Tennis heavyweights do battle

Two heavyweights of the Stawell Tennis Club's Friday night competition Crowe Horwath and Stawell Toyota do battle tonight in the final round prior to the Christmas/New Year break.

Crowe Horwath have only lost one match so far this season and that was against Stawell Toyota in round three, so Toyota will hold no fears against them going into tonight's clash.

Stawell Toyota have dropped matches since, but they have been back to their best form of late so a tight tussle can be expected.

Crowe Horwath's Howard Dunn and Debbie Hart have their team combining well on the court so Toyota's Ben Leslie and Jaiden Bach's team must hit the court running and try to wear Crowe Horwath down by the final set of the night.

Whichever team does take the points will hold bragging rights until tennis resumes in the new year.

Frewstal take on David 0 Jones Mitre 10 and will try to reverse their round three eight game deficit.

As the difference between these two sides was so close earlier in the season it will only take for a few sets to be won in a row to give either side a winning advantage.

The number fours match up in Frewstal's Sam Williams and Kirby Griffiths versus Mitre 10's Richard Dodds and Amy Hodgetts will go a long way in deciding which team has claimed enough points to win the match.

The third and final match of the round has Farrers Tyrepower on the other side of the net to the Raunchy Rooster line up.

Farrers Tyrepower have had an up and down season so far and would be favourites to win, but they cannot take their Raunchy Rooster opponents lightly.

If the scores are still close after the doubles matches are completed it will come down to the boy's singles to determine which team deserves some early Christmas cheer.

Tyrepower's Mitch Collins and Michael Ellis take to the court against Raunchy's Zac Armer and Riley Graveson and they will smash the balls and make volleys heading into the season to be jolly.

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