A magnificent performance from Michelle Feldtmann enabled Possums to hold out Plovers, going on to a convincing 3-2 victory in A-grade action last week.
Feldtmann was the star of the match, regaining some of her old form to lift her team over the line.
She won both singles in a fine display, before teaming with Jeff Austen for a superb doubles victory.
Rosellas caused an upset when Adrian Squires produced an impressive performance to notch both singles against a strong Kookaburras side to lead his team to a 3-2 victory.
It was vintage Squires, but with the doubles to play, he then combined well with Graeme Sharp to win in straight sets.
Echidnas enjoyed their 4-1 victory over a surprised Owls.
Talented Apoorv Saxena produced his best form to account for both singles in an impressive performance.
Teammate Ray Grant was on top of his game, rising to the occasion to win his first A-grade singles match in a fine effort.
He then teamed brilliantly with Saxena to take out the doubles in three hard-fought sets.
Meanwhile, top team Wallabies showed their strength to outplay Taipans for a convincing 5-0 victory.
Cooper Irwin and Ashley Duns were in top form, winning all their matches in a stylish display.
Eagles fought a tough battle with Wombats, just holding on for a spectacular 3-2 victory.
Beth Grant continued her good form, playing outstanding table tennis to account for both singles.
She had good support from talented junior Sienna Irwin who lifted her game to win a singles enabling her team to secure a fine win.
In another close encounter, Gliders snatched a gallant 3-2 victory over Frogs in a tense affair.
Bill Sharp was the standout, winning both singles in a memorable performance.
He was well supported by improving junior Kaleb Lissenden, who played extremely well to score a fine singles win in a tense match.
Chris Lee was at his best to lead Mozzies to a spectacular 4-1 victory over Bullants.
He showed his class to comfortably win both singles, with Richard Morton chipping in for one. They easily won their doubles in straight sets.
Numbats were too strong for Redbacks, with an impressive effort from junior Coby Linke paving the way for the 5-0 win. He played magnificent table tennis to account for al his matches in style.
He had good support from Brian Perry who scored two singles victories.
Magpies had to produce their best form to overcome Crickets, going on to a fine 3-2 victory.
Judy Amery was on top of her game, playing brilliantly to win both singles.
Ann Degan then produced her best doubles form, combining with Amery for a tight doubles victory to seal the match.
Falcons displayed their best form to oust Doves, with Avalon Arifin winning both singles in a convincing performance.
Teammate Andrea Cathcart played well to win a singles before joining with Arifin to take the doubles for a fine 4-1 victory.
Koalas completely dominated in their fine 5-0 victory over Hawks.
Juniors James Young and Jackson Squires were sensational in winning all their matches in style.