Buangor waits on results to see if it progresses

FOCUSED: Elmhurst's Linden Murray lines up a backhand shot during a previous Ararat and District match. Picture: Peter Pickering
FOCUSED: Elmhurst's Linden Murray lines up a backhand shot during a previous Ararat and District match. Picture: Peter Pickering

Following a washout last week, Buangor will be hoping Crowlands can account for Ararat to get back into the top four when the Ararat and District Tennis Association season continues on Saturday.

It is the final round before finals with Buangor currently sitting outside the top four, and in need of assistance from other teams to qualify for the postseason.

Crowlands needs to win at least one of the three sections while winning a total of about 40 games for Buangor to jump above the reigning premiers.

The fifth-placed team will have a nervous wait with the team having a bye on Saturday and will have to wait for the other results to find out if they will play again this season.

Elmhurst will host Landsborough in the other game with both teams already locked in for finals.

The two teams will no doubt use the day to experiment with some different pairings ahead of the first week of finals.

Near-perfect conditions are expected with matches set to start at 1pm.