The number of comebacks in the latest round of the Wednesday night mixed squash competition would put John Farnham to shame.
Team 1 Neil beat Team 3 Wooding, with wins for Glenn Atkinson, Michael Abberton, Jarrod Collett, Darren Wooding, Dave Neil, John Hannan, James Cole and Yvonne Tracey.
The temperamental Tim Howarth stormed out to a two-game lead against a feisty Frank Cavalli. Cavalli changed his game plan, slowing down the game and playing some masterful strokes to come back, utilising his fitness to miraculously take the victory in five.
Team 2 Huysmans beat Team 6 Doucas, with wins for Chris Doucas, Belinda Thurtell, Mitch Newham, Lyle Davis and Jacob Wooding, while Mick Keegan let a two-game-to-nil lead slip.
Kial Huysmans beat Kynan Baker in a marathon, while Peter Brearley, down two-nil to Warren’s number one player Hamish Callander, wasn’t going to lay down, coming back to win in five epic games.
Team 4 Garlick sneaked home against Team 5 Hailes, with wins for Matt Garlick, Steve Bigg, Hamish Callander, Albert Cavalli, Katie Hailes, Lachie Dickson and Nathan Kelly.
Brendan Stuart proved too strong for crowd favourite Steve Blackwood, while local wine guru Scott Burke looked home and hosed when leading two games to nil against lamington lover Steve Elliot, but Elliot called on all his experience to change the style of game and claw his way back into the match and eventually take it in five.