ARARAT - The Ararat City Tennis Club Men's summer competition resumes tomorrow.
A new team has been added to the competition and given the name Watson Auto Repairs.
Michael Hope has been able to organise enough players from the Mininera league to form town teams, Fisher's IGA and Watson Auto Repairs.
Competition organiser, Rick Thomas said he was delighted to have the new players.
"They're all good blokes, mostly farmers to the south and east of Ararat," he said.
"Some are fairly strong and will add interest to our competition."
In the first round of play Civic Video will go up against McDonald's while Gasons take on Ararat RSL.
Stan Hamilton & Sons will face Sportsbiz, First National will meet GME and Watson Auto Repairs will take on J Ward.
Fisher's IGA will sit out the first round with a bye.
Civic Video: Darren Beer, Ben Pietsch, Mick Verdon, Ian Bruce; First National: John Hannett, Alex Drosg, Colin McKenzie, Keenan Hurst; Stan Hamilton & Sons: Ross McGregor, Matt Haddow, Wayne Jerram, Mark Stevens; J Ward: Mick Collins, Ashley Cooper, Daryl Potter, Craig Potter; Gasons: Oakley Gason, Robbie Mckay, Stan Payne, Jarrod Potter; McDonald's: Andy Tucker, Gary Hurst, Simon Barr, Damon Holster; Ararat RSL: Aaron Lewis, Wayne Gason, Don Rowe, Neil Blizzard; Fisher's IGA: Michael Hope, Al Wills, John Lloyd, Bruce Doery; Sportsbiz: Josh Matthews, Mike Connellan, Tim Gubbins, Samuel Bohner; GME: Sam Gason, Rick Thomas, Rod Vearing, Andy Kalluri; Watson Auto Repairs: Greg McInnes, Duncan Giles, Graeme Vallence, Luke Vallence.