There were tight clashes in the weekend's A Special tennis

DRUNG South and Central Park played out the match of the round in the A Special competition at the weekend. 

The two sides had to be split by games as they both claimed seven sets each, with Drung South edging Central Park by 103 games to 92. 

Drung South’s women’s singles sets helped them get the victory, with Sandra Casey defeating Central Park’s Sharon Clough 9-7 and Tanya Sleep defeating Ellena Binney 9-5.

In another close match, Homers had a tight win over Haven, winning eight sets and 104 games to Haven’s six sets and 101 games. 

It was a close contest, with Homers’ Tim Hopper playing in two tiebreakers in doubles sets, winning one and losing the other. 

The teams could not be split in the singles, with both claiming one men’s and women’s singles rubber each. 

The win was Homers’ fourth for the season, while Haven remain second-last in the competition. 

Ladder leaders Brimpaen continue to set the pace as they tasted victory against Horsham Lawn. 

Brimpaen dropped just four sets and dominated in the singles rubbers.

Brimpaen’s Daniel Smith defeated Callum Hayes 9-0, while Courtney Dunn was solid in her 9-3 victory over Horsham’s Hailey Yorke. 

Meanwhile, Telangatuk East had a solid victory over Nordjuha, winning 11 sets to three.

Matthew Jones was prolific in the singles for Telangatuk East, defeating Rhys Hermans 9-1.