SAM Palmer is the Mornington Peninsula Table Tennis Association's champion.
With regular pennant competition deferred on Thursday night to play the club championships, Palmer and six-time club champion Jarry Cathcart were favourites for the title.
Palmer will see his name etched on the club honour board for the first time after he defeated Cathcart 3-1 to take the singles crown.
A week after losing to Cathcart in the pennant competition, Palmer turned the tables on his arch-rival to take what will undoubtedly be the first of many singles titles.
Palmer and Cathcart then teamed up to defeat the more experienced pair of Mark Flavel and Phil Bolitho in a doubles final.
In A2 grade, Stuart Sutherland took the honours in the singles event with a win over veteran Geoff Lloyd, and Sutherland and partner Bruce Eaton took out the doubles title with a 3-1 victory over Jim Furness and Dan Bainbridge. Lloyd went one better in A3 grade taking the trophy with a straight sets victory over Greg Price.
He then ended a very busy night by adding the A3 doubles title to his trophy collection when he and partner Peter Elly joined forces to outlast Des Gamble and Greg Price 3-2 in the final.
B1, B2 and B3 grade singles were won by Troy Seeley, Shaun Collins and Glenn McKay respectively while the doubles titles in these grades went to Mick Wright-Gary Walshe, Rudy Paoletti-Leanne Bainbridge and David Howard-Glenn McKay.
Andrew Wardle tasted success in the C1 division singles and Ron Marshall and Guenter Steinbrecher won the doubles title.
In C2 division John Sierak won the singles event and Margaret Johnson and Max Kawecki took the honours in the doubles final.