|A||Andy Mudie||X||Robert Hawes|
|B||Crispian Knight||Y||Nigel Oh|
|C||Steve French||Z||Tim Ngyou|
|A v X||1||4||2|| || ||1||0||B v Y||7||3||3|| || ||1||0||C v Z||6||6||-6||-9||6||1||0||B v X||9||9||8|| || ||1||0||A v Z||2||9||7|| || ||1||0||Dbles||6||8||9|| || ||1||0||C v Y||7||6||8|| || ||1||0||B v Z||-9||5||2||8|| ||1||0||C v X||8||10||6|| || ||1||0||A v Y||4||8||5|| || ||1||0|
|Andy Mudie||3||3||Robert Hawes||0||3|
|Crispian Knight||3||3||Nigel Oh||0||3|
|Steve French||3||3||Tim Ngyou||0||3|
Doubles played by: Andy Mudie & Crispian Knight (AB) vs Robert Hawes & Tim Ngyou (XZ)
Note to Dave Brown: My copy of the scorecard looks to have been filled in a bit wrong in places, so I've corrected as far as my memory serves. The games were played out of sequence because I arrived late. Might be best to wait for the official scorecard, but the end result is correct (unfortunately!)
Bentley were in no mood to hang around tonight, thrashing visitors Frimley A convincingly 10-0. Andy Mudie was in unstoppable form, consistently hitting winners from a couple of paces behind the base line, and Bentley's other left-hander, Steve French, showed little mercy in putting away balls that strayed just a little too high over the net. Crispian, with his blend of stabbing push shots and penetrating killer loop-drives, was also in great form.
Tim only just missed out in stopping the clean-sweep in a gritty five-setter against Steve French. Leftie to leftie, things got a bit tentative but Steve took the chances and came out on top in the end.
A disappointing evening for Frimley that saw Bentley storm up the leaderboard.