THE favourites took the points in Saturday's second round of the Bendigo Tennis Association's Premier League season.
Spring Gully Brougham Arms started its season with a 22-game win against BLTC Metro at the Bendigo Bank tennis complex.
The Broughie won four of the six contests across singles and doubles on the way to a 8-83 to 4-61 victory.
Zac Lethlean stepped up to the number one slot for Metro and scored an 8-4 win against Jamie Brown.
Jess Hartland won all three of her sets for the Gully.
BLTC Rising Sun beat BLTC Noonan Electrical, 11-95 to 1-40.
Sun struck back from a first-round defeat in fine style.
Sam Storer provided the lone highlight for Noonan Electrical with a 9-7 win against Michael Smyth.
Dom Barton did well in an 8-5 loss to Stuart Johansen.
Rebecca Tweed and Tova Penno were in ominous form as they won all five sets against Steph and Maddy Mein.
There were some blow-outs in the section one competition.
Section 1 scoreboard:
Spring Gully Panthers 9 sets 79 games d BLTC Stingers 1 set 42 games.
Spring Gully Racqueteers 8 sets 75 games d BLTC Sensation 2 sets 33 games.
Spring Gully Phoenix 8 sets 72 games d BLTC Gold 2 sets 46 games.