Aaron Osmond and Vitorio Sardinha went from opponents to partners on Sunday at the North West Championships.
The Gunnedah players met in the men's singles final - which Osmond won - before combining to great effect in the men's doubles final.
Sardinha and Osmond claimed the doubles crown with a 6-3, 7-6 win over Martin Russell and Daniel Nash.
Osmond said it was great to be able to combine with Sardinha.
"We train together at Gunnedah Health and Fitness with Maryanne Perkins and we decided to team up," he said.
"I said to him after the singles: 'You played an awesome match, let's take it to the [doubles] now'."
Osmond then went on to combine with Gunnedah's Anna Bishop to win the mixed doubles title.
The win over Martin Russell and Taya Powell gave Osmond a clean sweep of titles at the championships.
The Gunnedah duo have played plenty of doubles together before and that showed on the weekend.
"She's probably the person I've played most mixed doubles with," Osmond said of Bishop.
"We played club championships and that was the second year in a row we've won North West mixed.
"I train with her with Dale Martin and we've travelled to a lot of tournaments together. I love playing mixed with her."
Osmond is set for a busy new year with a trip to Victoria on the cards to play grass tournaments over a three-week period.
Taya Powell d Isabelle Moore 6-3, 6-0,
Aaron Osmond d Vitorio Sardinha 6-1, 6-2
Ellie Ryan and Isabelle Moore d Taya Powell and Jaimee Herbert
Aaron Osmond and Vitorio Sardinha d Martin Russell and Daniel Nash 6-3, 7-6
Ben Robertson d Barry Wilson 6-0, 7-5
Sophie Bailey d Amarni Louis 6-1, 6-1
Ian and Blake Lynch d Ben Robertson and Barry Wilson
Aaron Osmond and Anna Bishop d Martin Russell and Taya Powell
Performance player of the year
Taya Powell (Tamworth)
Services to Tennis
Dejan Djulic (Moree)
Spirit of tennis award
Aaron Baker (Inverell) and Barry Wilson (Gunnedah)