Ben Hartwich and Alex Drosg began with a 9-5, but that was the only set for Tyrepower. GME powered away in the remaining sets with Craig Newson and Wayne Marais particularly damaging 38 to 28.
Michael Hope led AME Systems well with a 10-3 and a 10-2 before the wheels fell off and Ararat AutoPro won 39-34. Maddy Tapscott led the way, and Chris Hartwich won two sets.
SHS Civil brought in the Lordings, Wayne and Grace, to fill in for Mark Rodney. However, Stan Payne found a rare vein of form to help Intersport to a healthy 14 game win. Josh Matthews was also in form.
Andy Tucker can be hard to stop when he is injury free, and this week he sent down sizzling serves. Tom Guthrie took three sets to find form, winning his final set 7-2 with Nathaniel Kuchel. KFC 39, Marx Recycling 28.