The final four teams in Stawell’s Friday night tennis competition will battle it out for a place in next week’s grand final.

ON THE MOVE: Phil Hutton approaches the net with a volley earlier in the tennis season. PICTURE: Peter Pickering

ON THE MOVE: Phil Hutton approaches the net with a volley earlier in the tennis season. PICTURE: Peter Pickering

The final four teams in Stawell’s Friday night tennis competition will battle it out for a place in next week’s grand final.

Two preliminary finals will decide who will proceed, with the losers saying goodbye to season 2016/17.

The first preliminary has premiership favourites Frewstal up against late bloomers Crowe Horwath. Frewstal has beaten Crowe Horwath on two previous occasions – the first time by nine games and the second by 18 games.

Frewstal will go into this match expecting to be there next week to face off in the grand final. Crowe Horwath, however, has nothing to lose, just sneaking into the finals and hitting form at the right time of the year.

The second preliminary final could go either way, with Farrers Tyrepower fighting it out with David O Jones Mitre 10. These two sides have only met once so far, with Farrers Tyrepower taking the victory but by only six games.

Whoever wins will be a worthy grand finalist.

For Mitre 10 to turn the tables on Tyrepower they will need their young guns to hit plenty of winners and run their opposition around the court.

This is where Angus Williams and Hugh Carey can give their side valuable games if they can get the better of Tyrepower’s Riley Burke and Cameron Hancock.

Whoever wins will be a worthy grand finalist.

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