Tennis league's top two clash on grass courts

FIRST and second on the Premier League ladder, Spring Gully Brougham Arms and BLTC Metro meet in Saturday afternoon's tennis clash.

Play is at Bendigo Lawn Tennis Club in Barnard Street.

The top four are certain of playing finals, but the order could change in the second-last round of the regular season.,

Spring Gully Bigpond has the bye this weekend and is locked in to fourth place.

Brougham Arms is on 129, Metro on 124, and BLTC Rising Sun on 123.

The Broughie and Metro play on courts 12, 13, 14.

After last weekend’s big win, Metro is within striking distance of top spot.

Spring Gully's Jamie Brown, Matt Hartland and Jess Hartland are much more adept on the grass than Metro’s  Zac Lethlean, Isaac Watson and Ryan Leader.

Brougham Arms to win 7-5.

Rising Sun and Noonan Electrical met in the all-BLTC match on courts 9, 10, 11.

Rising Sun will be aiming for a big win against the last-placed Noonan Electrical.

The big serving of Michael Smyth and company will be a major asset on the grass.

Rebecca Tweed and Tova Penno have been the best-performed women's line-up this season and should ensure Rising Sun cruises to an easy win.

The Rising Sun to return to the top two after a 9-3 victory.

Saturday's matches for premier league and section one start at 1pm at BLTC. 

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