Bragging rights for Central Park Blue in Horsham tennis pennant 

Central Park Blue claimed its first win of the season against clubmates Central Park Red in the Horsham Sports and Leisure Central Wimmera Tennis Association pennant competition on Saturday.

Blue easily accounted for its opposition, scoring nine sets to five.

Jase Chapple starred for the winning team, collecting both double sets and his singles match against Red's Daniel Rogers.

Sophie DeWit also won all her three sets.

It was a strong improvement from the Blue side, which last week dropped all but one set against Drung South. Drung South experienced a loss for the first time this season at the weekend, falling short to Horsham Lawn Bardell.

The two-time reigning premiers won six sets to Bardell's eight.

Stuart McRae and Cherie Wood were standouts for the Bardell outfit, winning all sets.

Andrea Cameron fought gallantly for Drung South and also won her sets.

Victory escaped Horsham Lawn's other club Savage on Saturday.

St Michaels dominated the Savage side, taking all 14 sets.

Maree Thompson was Savage's only player to come close to victory, losing to St Michael's Kassie Peachey in singles by just one game.

In the final pennant game of the round, Kalkee continued its target of easy wins.

The team scalped Haven 12 sets to two.

Kalkee claimed every singles match and dropped one set in both the men's and women's doubles.

In the A Special competition, Drung South enjoyed a comfortable victory over Central Park, 11 sets to three.

Horsham Lawn Massey also enjoyed a strong win over Noradjuha by the same margin.

Brimpaen slipped a win over Horsham Lawn O'Connor. The teams tied on seven sets each but Brimpaen claimed six more games to determine the win.

Quantong defeated Haven Gold in the A Grade competition.

St Michaels and Kalkee also came out with wins, against Central Park and Homers respectively.

In the B Special competition, Brimpaen dominated Drung South-Horsham Lutheran, while Haven Green cruised to a victory against Laharum Red.

In the final two matches of the round, Haven Black took two extra sets to beat Natimuk, and Horsham Lawn followed suit, defeating Laharum Navy.

Danielle Willis watches her shot for Horsham Lawn O'Connor during her A Special match. Picture: SAMANTHA CAMARRI

Danielle Willis watches her shot for Horsham Lawn O'Connor during her A Special match. Picture: SAMANTHA CAMARRI