Stawell Tennis Club's Wednesday night competition came down to the wire, only a game separating the final results.
Mitre 10 and Toyota nervously waited on the sidelines as the result came down to the remaining set of the night.
Mitre 10's Rick Pearce and James Tyndall were up against Toyota's Tim Baker and Chris Callaghan.
Both Tyndall and Callaghan hadn't dropped a set all night going into the match.
Neck and neck and a "five all" shouted from the court, the possibility of a tiebreaker looked imminent.
Toyota was one game in front of the overall championships.
Some crafty play by Pearce and Tyndall got them over the line, seven-five, and the grand final awarded to Mitre 10.
A notable match between the two very even teams was the duo David Jones and Les McLeod teaming up in the last.
The pair combined in one set each week and reminded their opponents between the two more experienced players their ages added up to more than 145 years.
The "older" duo was up against two of the youngest players of the competition, Kyle Dignan and Jasmine Jagan. Jones and McLeod showed the youth how to win and won six-three.
Delahunty Plumbing won the consultation grand final, defeating Grampians Joinery 46-35. Delahunty's Alex Prockter won all three sets in his team's win.
Wednesday night tennis will continue through the winter.
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