Jared Monaghan and Ronan McKeever were the two outstanding players at the Dunedin tennis tournament in Lurgan.
The Enniskillen boys carved up the under-16 and under-18 boys titles between them as well as engaging in the match of the day in the under-16 decider.
McKeever got the better of Monaghan in the under-16 showdown but only after a nailbiting duel.
Monaghan made a very promising start and looked comfortably on his way to victory after taking the first set 6-2.
But McKeever raised his game and showed his mettle to take the second set 7-6, setting up a thrilling third set which saw fortunes swing one way and then the other.
McKeever, though, proved a little bit more consistent from the back of the court and took the deciding set 7-5.
Monaghan, though, bounced back from his disappointment to go on and win the under-18 title.
The Enniskillen ace proved too consistent for Lurgan's Thomas Muldoon in an entertaining final, Monaghan winning 6-4 6-2.
McKeever and Monaghan also won the under-18 doubles, defeating Muldoon and Phil Mullan 6-3 6-4.
Sophie Murtagh defeated Emma Coalter 7-5 6-3 in the under-16 girls final, while Lurgan girl Coalter went down 6-1 6-3 to Aoibhinn Kelly in the under-18 decider.
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