Frewstal and Farrer's fight for Stawell Tennis bragging rights | PHOTOS

Eyes on the ball: Kim Hutton uses her feet to get into position to make a forehand return during Stawell Tennis action last week. Picture: Peter Pickering

Eyes on the ball: Kim Hutton uses her feet to get into position to make a forehand return during Stawell Tennis action last week. Picture: Peter Pickering

Stawell Tennis Friday Night competition’s top teams Frewstal and Farrers Tyrepower will go head to head  as both teams look for bragging rights in the lead up to the finals. 

They have met twice already this season with Frewstal showing their best in round three to come out winners by 40 games. 

In a turn of events in round eight Farrer's Tyrepower powered home by six games to show the rest of the competition that Frewstal were not invincible. 

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Despite the loss in round five Frewstal have continued to be the team to beat all season long.

It is unlikely that Frewstal can lose top spot on the ladder, however Farrer's Tyrepower will be keen to knock them off regardless.

Farrer’s Tyrepower need to keep winning to secure their second position on the ladder, and a win over Frewstal will fill them with confidence.

Frewstal captain Nathan Baker returned to the courts last weekend and his clash with Tyrepowers Howard Dunn will be the highlight of this match.

Crowe Horwath front up against David O Jones Mitre 10 needing to win sets, sets and more sets if they are to remain in contention for a final four position. 

Crowe Horwath sit outside the top four and although it will be a challenge for them to play finals it is still mathematically possible.

The match could go either way after David O Jones Mitre 10 got away with a six game win earlier in the season, then Crowe Horwath snuck home by five games in their most recent outing.

All games on Friday night should be well contested.

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