Upsets and near upsets were the order of the night in the latest round of Volleyball Horsham's A and B grade competition.
It all began when Von Steiger Bloods scored their first A Grade win, defeating Heidelberg two sets to one.
Mark Block and Jon Fitzgerald were the difference, as the two big hitters pounded the Heidelberg defense with a constant stream of power spiking.
The two big-hitters were well complimented by the guile of Sam Leith in his role as middle attacker.
For Heidelberg, Paddy Sherry hit some big winners, while Nathan Berry provided good service.
Phantoms moved to the top of the table with a two sets to one win over a disappointing Volleyroos.
Kara Johnson combined well with Will Saligari, who hit some big winners, while James Davidson served strongly.
Jack Hannan tried everything for the Volleyroos and was well supported by Alex Baker.
In the final game of the night, Shados Inala dug deep to overcome a determined Raptors.
Raptors had two set points in the opening set but couldn't quite seal the deal.
Veteran player Tim Popple served strategically to keep the Raptors' hitters under pressure.
Hannah Whyte set well for Shados Inala, while Laelah Robertson was ever consistent on pass and in defense.
Aidan O'Connor was in everything for Raptors, ably supported by Harry Combe.
Three of the top four teams were defeated in B Grade, leading to a dramatic shake up for the ladder.
Holy St Pats scored their first win since being promoted, defeating Phantom Masters two sets to one, while Murtoa Kings continued their good form by accounting for Waterhammers, also two sets to one.
To round out the night of upsets, Von Steiger Barbarians were too good for Von Steiger Boomers.
Rod Kirkwood was ever consistent, and Paige Lane passed well.
In other matches, Von Steiger Bloods moved to the top of the table with a strong win over Savages, while Von Steiger Shadows were too good for Von Steiger Gangsters.
Members are being reminded that the annual general meeting will be held on Monday night at St Brigid's Stadium from 8.30pm.
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