Two chase first win

STC - Both Stawell Toyota and Stawell Trackside will be searching for their first win when they meet tonight in round of two of the Stawell Tennis Club Friday night competition.

The contest to watch in the men's section is Toyota's Joel Freeland up against Trackside's Andrew Dunn - both players got off to a perfect start, winning all their sets last week.

In the women's competition, it will be fierce with Jaiden Bach and Claire Hodgetts to lead the way for Toyota, taking on Trackside's Meaghan Armstrong and Debbie Hart.

Cassidy Painting need to fire if they able to break their duck in their clash with Farrers Tyrepower tonight.

Cassidy's have plenty of hard hitters, with Abby Kaczysnki, Jade Cross and Kristy Matthews striving to help their side record its first win for the season.

Farrers women won't be any pushovers though, with Melissa Sutherland and Amanda Boisen set to continue on their winning way.

The highlight of the night will be seasoned veterans Matt Freeland taking on Shane Freeland, while John Griffiths will be looking to maintain his good form for Cassidy's.

Stawell Gold Mine make their 2012/13 season debut tonight against Frewstals.

Frewstals sailed home to defeat Cassidy's Painting last week and would like to bring their 'A' game back to the court tonight.

For the men, Shane Field and Brian O'Shannessy are aiming to stamp their authority on the competition but face a challenge with Gold Mine's Murray Hart and Richard Blakey refreshed and ready to fire.

Frewstals Madi Cross and Hollie Boisen will be looking to maintain the winning form, but need to overcome a formidable women's opponent led by Tracey Dark and Kate Reading.

Stawell Joinery has the bye tonight.

*Please note - To consume alcohol at the Stawell Tennis Club, you need to be either a member or a social member.

The $10 social membership is for people who come to watch, as in parents etc., but would like to have a beer while they are there waiting.

Players don't have to be a social member as its already included in their membership.

This is for legal reasons in accordance with STC's liquor licence.

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