Two south-west tennis players stormed to victory in the mixed doubles final at the Warrnambool Lawn Tennis Club Labour Day tournament on Monday.
Hawkesdale's Eloise Swarbrick and Warrnambool's Matt Moloney defeated top-seeded pair James Dougherty and Bianca Horsley, winning 8-1.
Swarbrick, 16, said she was pleased with the win.
"It's great to get some Warrnambool names on the board for this weekend," she said.
Swarbrick also played in the open women's doubles final with partner Kate Maree Barnes but went down in straight sets.
On Saturday, Swarbrick was knocked out of the open women's singles competition.
The rising star lost to Nicole Mullen in a three-set thriller, going down 7-6, 2-6, 7-6.
Meanwhile, Warrnambool's Danielle Warren, 17, enjoyed an outstanding tournament, winning the B grade women's singles final.
She and Warrnambool's Sophie Drake, 20, were also runners-up in the B grade women's doubles final.
On court one, Geelong's Adam Lasky claimed his first Labour Day trophy after defeating two-time champion Andrew Whittington in a thrilling final.
Lasky, who was ranked as the third seed, won in straight sets but each of them went to a tie-breaker with the final score 7-6 (7-4), 7-6 (7-5).
The crowd swelled as the match got tighter and Lasky took it up to the number-one seed.
"It was tough, every point counted in those tie-breakers," Lasky said.
He said he had played in the Warrnambool tournament about nine times and had previously won tournaments in Bendigo.
"I've been coming here for a while and always love coming down here," he said.
The open women's final was just as enthralling with reigning champion Olivia Rich surviving an amazing comeback from Geelong's Karen Filippou.
Rich jumped out of the blocks, winning the first ten games of the match.
But Filippou clawed her way back and the match was decided in a tie-breaker, with Rich winning 6-0, 4-6, 7-6.
It was Rich's fourth Labour Day championship after she won in 2010-11 and 2018.
Rich said the Warrnambool tournament was one of her favourites.
"It was the first tournament I ever played as a junior," she said.
"I played here when I was eight and we've been coming here for nearly 20 years.
"It's really fun and we also get a really good standard in the open."
This year's Labour Day tournament attracted about 770 participants.
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