Central B, in the First Division, maintained their excellent start to the season when they swept aside Tennis B 8-2. Martin Townshend and Andy Appleby were both unbeaten with Robin Pretty supporting with a pair. Central A maintained the pressure at the top with an emphatic 9-1 victory over Ash A. Phil Snelson and Peter Millard were both unbeaten with Paul Baker winning a couple.
Cody A proved too strong for Braybrooke A in the Second Division winning 7-3 with Mark Armstrong winning all three singles for Braybrooke. Keith Russell, Phil Russell and Fan Lei all won twice for Cody.
In the Third Division Tennis G maintained their 100% record by inflicting the first defeat of the season on Ash D 7-3. Peter Bone led the way for Tennis with a maximum whilst Martin Evans supported with a pair. This was matched by Ash’s Jo Bartlett. Crawley Ridge B moved to the top of the table with an emphatic 8-2 victory over Frimley D. Both Phil Garrett and David Skellern won all three. Tennis F and Ash E shared the spoils with braces for the Tennis duo of Charles Burton and Tushar Vaja and Ash’s Terry French and Graham Thomas. Cody D thrashed Fleet B 9-1 with both Kim Phillips and John Sheehy undefeated. Alan Richards supported with a brace.
Crawley Ridge C continue to sweep teams aside in the Fourth Division with the latest victory, 9-1, against Ash F. Both Richard Hornby and Mark Stephenson secured maximums whilst Dave Marchant won twice. Tennis J and Frimley F shared the points with Paul Phelan picking up a maximum for Frimley. Gary Smith supported with a duo which was matched by Tennis’ Keith Johnson. Braybrooke B eased past Cody F 6-4 with all the Braybrooke players, Kenny Duarte, Malcolm Codd and Sandra Jackson winning twice as did Cody’s Norrie Short. Cody E beat Ash G 7-3 with Malcolm Moran-Ellis chalking up a maximum and team-mates Dave Hewitt and John Asprey each winning twice as did Ash’s Sheila Pretty. Tennis H maintained their 100% start to the season with a 6-4 success against Frimley E Ramesh Vasudevamurthy was undefeated for Frimley with John Page and Ken Lewington each winning twice for Tennis.