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Divisional cups 2nd round

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Wed, 02/02/2011 - 14:29 -- chazlehurst
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Cody E wrapped up a routine 5-1 triumph over Ash H in the Aldershot & District Division 4 cup, Bob Fenner and Norrie Short doing the damage with a duo apiece. Ash J beat Tennis J 5-2, Josh Taylor and Brian Lunn both doubling up for the victors as did Tennis’s Keith Johnson. Ash G battled past a game Frimley F side to claim a 5-3 win, Ray Mears and Terry Kavanagh both clocked up two each, neither however could find a way past Frimley’s Michael Fox. Marge Massey and Jeremy Fox each picked up two wins for Fleet CC B who powered past Ash K 5-0.
Tennis G brushed aside Cody D 5-1 to book their place in the next round of the Division 3 cup, Ron Wale and Graham Marshall both unbeaten with duo’s. Ash E beat Tennis H 5-3 to keep their name in the hat but surprisingly only one game went to more than three ends, that being Les Knight’s win over Roy Pike. Bentley B didn’t lose an end at Frimley E, cantering to a 5-0 win, Bob Walker and Les Vaill both won two.
Graham McCulley pipped Colin Baggott 11-8 in the fifth in the final game of the night as Tennis E upset their D team 5-4 in the Division 2 cup, Paul Shakespeare claimed all three but ended up on the losing side. Sameer Pathak won all three and Dave Joyce two for Fleet CC A who beat Ash D 5-2 in a tight clash. Ash C comfortably saw off Frimley B 5-1, Martin Gilbey and Mike Levey taking their league form on with two each. The first two games of the night went to five but this proved to be a false dawn for Tennis C as they fell away to a five nil defeat at Old Woking, Gordon Aplin and Frank Roberts both recorded doubles.
Central A pipped their B team at the post 5-3 in the Division 1 cup, Robin Pretty scored a couple of hard fought wins to keep his team at the races but southpaw thoroughbred Phil Snelson romped away with a hat trick for the A team. Mark Handcock (3) was the hero for Broadmoor A as they had an unexpected hard time of it against Frimley A. However it was Barry Morton who won a nail biter 13-11 in the fifth against Nigel Oh to sneak his team a 5-4 victory in the final rubber. Bentley A put Ash B to the sword 5-0, Andy Mudie (2), Steve French (2) and Crispian Knight (1) were the unbeatables. Tennis A overcame Cody A 5-2, John Taylor continued his good recent form with three for the victors.