SPRING Gully Brougham Arms and BLTC Rising Sun continue to set the pace in Premier League tennis.
Both teams scored emphatic wins in Saturday's round of matches played at the Barnard Street lawn courts.
BLTC Rising Sun grabbed second spot on the ladder, while Brougham Arms now holds a 15-point lead at the top of the table.
BLTC Rising Sun 9 sets 86 games defeated Spring Gully Bigpond 3 sets 54 games.
Bigpond got off to a great start, with both Jack Baker and Jayde Davis winning their singles against Terry Smith and Michael Smyth respectively.
From there though, it was all Rising Sun. Stuart Johansen, Nick Bath and Rebecca Tweed all won their singles for Rising Sun, and they swept through five of the six doubles to deliver a dominant win.
Spring Gully Brougham Arms 10 sets 88 games defeated BLTC Noonan Electrical 2 sets 46 games.
Noonan Electrical was unable to continue their recent good form against the might of Brougham Arms.
Ben Noonan was competitive in an 8-6 loss to Jamie Brown.
Barry Green stood out for Noonan Electrical, defeating Jayden Baber 8-2, before combining with Sam Storer to defeat Baber and Zach Robinson 8-6, in what were Noonan Electrical’s only two wins of the day.
Section one results:
Spring Gully Panthers 8 sets 77 games def Spring Gully Phoenix 2 sets 45 games. Spring Gully Racqueteers 9 sets 77 games def BLTC Gold 1 set 32 games. BLTC Stingers 6 sets 64 games def BLTC Sensation 4 sets 50 games.