Action heats up on court in BTA Premier League

ROUND 15 of the Bendigo Tennis Association’s Premier League looks likely to go ahead on Saturday, but not all matches may be completed as temperatures are expected to reach the high 30s by late afternoon.

With only four weeks until the finals, teams will be hopeful of getting through the day’s play and building some momentum.

BLTC Rising Sun v Spring Gully Bigpond.

Spring Gully Bigpond captain Jack Baker will be hoping to lead his team to an upset over second-placed BLTC Rising Sun.

A win will seal Bigpond’s first finals appearance in four years, while Rising Sun still hopes to catch Spring Gully Brougham Arms, which sits nine points ahead.

Prediction: Rising Sun to win seven sets to five.

BLTC Noonan Electrical v Spring Gully Brougham Arms.

Spring Gully Brougham Arms will be hopeful of play going ahead as it tries to cement top spot on the ladder.

BLTC Noonan Electrical needs a miracle as it sits 18 points behind Bigpond.

Brougham Arms may rotate the order and promote youngsters such as Jayden Blencowe, Chris Chiappazzo and Jayden Baber.

BLTC Noonan Electrical needs a miracle as it sits 18 points behind Bigpond.

Noonan Electrical will rely on its established starters in Ben Noonan, Sam Storer and Jono Guy.

Prediction: Brougham Arms to win eight sets to four.

Section 1 games: 
Spring Gully Racqueteers v BLTC Gold. Spring Gully Panthers v Spring Gully Phoenix. BLTC Stingers v BLTC Sensation.

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