Well it was team Fromell who captivated the crowd with a whitewash victory over team Kapyong eight sets to two on Saturday.
Co-captains of team Fromell Iron Lady Allyson Schumacher and Slugger John Bullock sent out a sound warning to there rival sides that we're coming to get you with one round to go before the semifinals.
It was a polished display of tennis from team Fromell who have come from fourth on the ladder to hit the lead with just one round to go before the semis. Schumacher and Bullock instructed there side that this was going to be a hard fought match and that they will win if they play smart tennis against the in-form team Kapyong outfit.
Well, that they did with all of the winning side producing that champagne tennis. No doubt the star players in this match were Gideon Roos, Sebastian Honeyman, and Matt Dunn.
Each of the three players was the only players if all the ten players on the court to win all of there four sets, 6-4, 6-3, 6-3, 7-6, 6-2, 6-2, 7-5, 6-3 respectively.
Roos who has the uncanny knack of producing good quality tennis week in week out looked sharp and focused in all aspects of his game and is ready to let loose with his crafty style of tennis come semis time.
Young gun Honeyman rallied hard all day playing some very exciting tennis. Sebastian is improving each week and has the game to worry the tall poppy players.
Dunn was in full flight with his big serve doing the damage, it was just a matter of time.
If you think you're in for a stroll in the park against Dunn in his future matches than think again as he will be ready and waiting to handle whatever steps his way.
Winning co-captains Schumacher and Bullock were pleased how well their side conducted themselves in the match.
"It was a very gutsy effort out there from the guys, but we are not getting too carried away. We are just taking it match by match. The critics have us at 50-1 to win the title. They can have those odds, we will just let our rackets do the talking." Losing captain of team Kapyong Jacob Bicanic was gracious in defeat but disappointed at his sides loss.
"We knew it was going to be a tough match today but all credit to team Fromell who played the smarter tennis. They are definitely the side to beat come semis time." Bicanic said.
The other winners on the day were team Tobruk eight sets to two, Team Balmoral six sets to four and Team Sandikan seven sets to three.
There will be no competition play next week as our annual cup challenge match with the Northbridge Tennis Club will be played.
Our club will be sending down our strongest side and are primed and ready to show that the bush boys will be firing all the shots.
The team heading to the city will be Bryan Reiri, Jason Molkentin, Jeorge Collins, Martin Collins, Garth HindMarch, Jason Honeyman, Bailey Honeyman and Kevin Tree. Coach of the Eglinton side Graeme Staplelton believes this years side will be hard to beat.
"Our annual event is always played in the true spirit of the game, although it is still very competitive. Our side are very much looking to bringing the trophy back to Bathurst." Stapleton said.
Well, folks with one round to go you can throw a blanket over who will take that coveted grand final trophy.
Whatever the outcome it will be the tennis that will be the winner at the biggest little club in the west.