FixIT has established itself as the new in-form team of Ararat City’s Wednesday night tennis competition.

FixIT has established itself as the new in-form team of Ararat City’s Wednesday night tennis competition.

Another warm night tested the durability of players.

POWERFUL: Tom Guthrie follows through after serving in a match earlier this season. Picture: Jeremy Venosta

POWERFUL: Tom Guthrie follows through after serving in a match earlier this season. Picture: Jeremy Venosta

FixIT’s Ed Bush is holding his own as a number one in a very impressive debut. If given the chance, he can outlast opposition in any driving rally.

Shaun Allen continues to go from strength to strength and rarely loses a set.

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The same can be said for Don Rowe, who has found the elixir of youth. Archie Conboy completes the team and his tennis has become much more consistent.

For TyrePower, Michael Hope kept the wheels turning with two wins.

Marx Metal returned to form in a big way. Having won both opening sets 8-4, they were never headed despite a rearguard action from Ben McInnes.

Genevieve Bush drove beautifully for the winners and slots in well at number two.

AutoPro brought in a young emergency in Andy Tucker who performed with panache. He has lost none of the speed in his drives, while his serve still seems to be faster than Ross McGregor's. Chris Hartwich and Bernie Neubauer had good nights for the victors.

The Medical Centre went down by 12 games to Stan Hamilton.

Ben Hartwich had a big, and overdue, return to form for the winners, while Rob Weppner has quickly found his form.

Meanwhile, the Medical Centre is drifting along like Collingwood's new women's team.

The only difference is that the Collingwood team is about to turn the corner.  

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