Spring Gully Brougham Arms and BLTC Metro both recorded blowout wins in round four of the Bendigo Tennis Association Premier League on Saturday.
• Brougham Arms 11 sets 89 def Spring Gully Bigpond 1 set 53 games.
It was expected to be close between these two teams, but those predictions were dismissed early, with Brougham Arms winning all three of the opening doubles.
Jamie Brown, Zach Robinson and Barry Green then all followed up with singles wins, with Jess Hartland and Bronwyn Osborne doing the same over Heather Robbins and Lani Hamilton.
Brad Slingo provided the lone highlight for Bigpond, defeating Jayden Baber 8-1.
Despite the big loss, Bigpond still sits in third spot on the ladder, eight games behind Brougham Arms and two ahead of BLTC Rising Sun.
• BLTC Metro 11 sets 96 games def BLTC Noonan Electrical 1 set 53 games.
Zac and Andrew Lethlean got the Metro off to a great start, winning a tight doubles and then their singles over Michael and Ben Noonan.
Ryan Leader had an impressive 8-2 win over Sam Storer, while Grant Leader edged out Danny Tyres 9-7.
Michelle Bradbury’s 8-6 win over Rashelle Blencowe prevented Noonan Electrical from being whitewashed.
Metro extended its lead at the top of the table to six points, but they will come back to the pack next weekend with the bye.