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Week 11

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Sun, 03/12/2017 - 20:00 -- Dave Brown
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The final unbeaten record in the Second Division went when Old Woking, with only two players, fell to Cody A 6-4. Peter Anthony was undefeated for Cody with Frank Roberts winning twice for Old Woking. Frimley B helped their promotion campaign with an 8-2 victory over Tennis E. David Mackinnon led the way with a maximum and he was supported by Bob Walker and Pete Good each winning twice but both lost to Tennis’ Peter Bone. Cody B eased past Tennis D 6-4 although Tennis’ George Carder was the star performer with a maximum. All the Cody squad Dave Stenning, Duncan Sibbick and Paul Mission bagged braces. Braybrooke A and Frimley C shared the points with Vasco Correira undefeated for Frimley. Mark Armstrong and Tony Gabriel each won twice for Braybrooke.

In the Third Division Cody C eased past Ash E 6-4 with all the Cody players, Dave Thomas, John Harvey and Stuart Stone each winning twice. Ash D beat Frimley D 7-3 with Jo Bartlett unbeaten and Tom Gordon chipping in with a duo. Brian Greenberg won twice for Frimley.

In the Fourth Division Ash F got the better of their G team with Graham Thomas notching a maximum with Roger Fletcher supporting with a duo. Sheila Pretty won twice for the G team. Braybrooke B inflicted a critical defeat on high flying Tennis H, 7-3. Kenny Duarte led the way with a full house whilst colleague Roger Westall won twice. Michael Wolfe bagged a brace for Tennis. Frimley F maintained their promotion push with an 8-2 success against Cody E. Ted Cornell led the way with a trio whilst his team-mates Gary Smith and Steve Lawlor each won twice but both lost to Cody’s Dave Hewitt.

In the First Division Frimley A defeated Ash B 7-3 with all the Frimley squad, Nigel Oh, Peter Farrelly and Ce Guo winning twice. This was matched by Ash’s Ben Fereday. Ash A eased past Tennis B 6-4 with the Daves, Phelps, Gilham and Halfpenny each winning twice but none could get the better of Tennis’ Paul Shakespeare. Central B beat a two-man Fleet A outfit 9-1 with both Andy Appleby and Martin Townshend undefeated.