Shepparton District Tennis Association returns tonight and tomorrow.
Pennant league leader McEwen Reserve hosts Old Students in a highly anticipated round 11 clash.
McEwen will be aiming to bounce back after its loss last week, while the Students will want to just start playing again after their defeat of St Brendan’s via forfeit.
Against Shepparton North last week it was McEwen’s mixed doubles performance where it not only lost three consecutive sets, but also the match.
Tim Comer had a rough trot at home last Saturday losing all three sets and the experienced campaigner will be hoping to bounce back.
North is also at home tomorrow against Central Park.
Clark Pettigrew, Mark Jackson, Georgie Moore and Kailee Densworth have all been in scintillating form this season for North as they enter as firm favourites.
Central Park sits in fifth position and regardless of the result, it will be cemented in the bottom two.
Despite its position, Central Park will enter the clash against North in decent form, having romped home to victory over Karramomus 8-52 to 1-25.
Competition cellar dweller Karramomus will have to turn their attention to fourth-placed St Brendan’s tomorrow.
St Brendan’s failed to field a side last week, but whatever the challenge tomorrow, Karramomus’ Andrew Veal, Marie Levett-Hall, Lisa Reid and Kath Veal will be ready to rumble.
In the A1/A2 division, McEwen Reserve White and Old Students go head-to-head tonight, as do Shepparton North and Murchison.
McEwen Reserve Green and St Brendan’s also play host this weekend, as they respectively welcome St Andrew’s and McEwen Reserve Blue.