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Week 11

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Sun, 04/12/2016 - 19:14 -- Dave Brown
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Tennis A, in the First Division, lost their 100% record when they split the points with Ash B. No player was unbeaten with Tennis’ Eliot Tilley and Paul Myers bagging braces as did the Ash duo of Paul Rumble and Ben Fereday.

In the Fourth Division Ash J avoided defeat for the first time this season when they split the points with Cody F. Norrie Short was undefeated for Cody with team-mate Vic King winning twice as did Ash’s Spike Hagan. Tennis J moved into a promotion place when they beat Ash H 7-3. Tom Ette secured a maximum for Tennis with colleague Mehrdad Abutalebi supporting with a pair. Ben Carr picked up a couple for Ash. New leaders are Crawley Ridge B who eased past two-man Braybrooke B 6-4. David Marchant was unbeaten for Crawley Ridge whilst both the Braybrooke players, Malcolm Codd and Tony McDowell won twice apiece.

The most impressive individual performance in the Second Division was from Peter Farrelly representing Frimley C when he won all his singles in a 7-3 defeat against clear leaders Fleet A. Ash C had an emphatic, 9-1, victory over Cody B. Nigel Tustin and Frank Winnard were both unbeaten with Karim Lawji securing a duo. Bentley B won by the same scoreline against Braybrooke A. Phil Hales, Robin Street and Paul Farrant won all the singles with Braybrooke managing the doubles. Tennis E beat Frimley B 7-3 with Darren Brown notching a trio for Tennis and team-mate Peter Killick twice victorious. David Mackinnon won twice for Frimley.

In the Third Division Terry French came back from injury to lead Ash D to an 8-2 victory over their E club mates. He won all three as did Margaret Thornton. Tennis F moved to the top of the table with an emphatic 9-1 success against Cody C. Peter Killick and Graham McCulley both recorded maximums with Paul Jarvis winning a couple in support. Crawley Ridge A beat Cody E 6-4 with Corin Moore winning all three and Russell Gibbs twice successful for the Camberley outfit. Cody D edged past Tennis G 6-4 thanks to a maximum from Bob Fenner and a couple from Fan Lei. Charles Burton bagged a brace for Tennis.