A Phil Snelson three was the difference for Central A in their Division 1 clash with Central B, the A team sneaking home 6-4. Tennis B served up a 9-1 drubbing to Tennis A, Keith Winter and Kevin Brown the aces in the pack with three each. Martin Townshend kept up his good form with a triple as Ash A swept aside Cody A 8-2, Frank Winnard stepping up from the D team also had a solid night winning two.
Fleet CC A's promotion charge continued apace after an impressive 8-2 stroll past Broadmoor B in Division 2, Sameer Pathak eased to three for the pace setters while Mark Armstrong replied with a good couple for Broadmoor. Ash C are climbing up the table, trebles for Mike Levey, Martin Gilbey and Alan Gess saw them to a 9-1 win at Tennis E. Dario Cereda's three led the way for Cody B, who recorded a tight 6-4 victory over Tennis D, for whom Neil Print (2) won the game of the night 12-10 in the fifth against John Harvey (2). A battling Stuart Middlemiss went home unbeaten as Tennis C racked up an 8-2 triumph over Frimley B, pushing Tennis up to third spot in the table.
A strong Bentley B side beat Ash F 8-2, Andy Cunningham proving the man to beat in Division 3 with three comfortable wins. Ian Brown trebled up for Tennis G who ran out 8-2 victors at Frimley E, David Mackinnon fought hard for the home side gaining both of their two points. Les Knight laid down the gauntlet at Frimley D and galloped off with a trio as his Ash E cantered home 7-3. Tennis F edged a tough encounter with Frimley C 6-4, Colin Baggott proving the difference once again with a match winning triple. Farnham Cohesion A moved up the table into third after sweeping aside Cody C 8-2, Nick Green leading the way with all three.
Division 4 leaders Ash G were held to a 5-5 draw at home by Tennis J, Keith Johnson the man of the moment with three for Tennis, however it was his team mate John Page's 15-13 final leg victory over Terry Kavanagh that kept the away team in it. A Brian Lunn hat trick was too much for Farnham Cohesion B as Ash J waltzed home 8-2 in their mid table encounter. Struggling Ash K showed some improvement but ultimately fell to a 6-4 defeat to Cody E, John Warburton's three proving the difference.
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