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Week 7

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Sun, 04/11/2018 - 18:09 -- Dave Brown
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Frimley F, in the Fourth Division, recorded their first win of the season and it was an impressive whitewash of Cody D. Steve Chapman, Alistair Sutherland and Charles Rhodes delivered the points. Braybrooke B kept up the pressure at the top of the table with a 9-1 thrashing of Ash F. Alan Burkey and Kenny Duarte both secured maximums whilst Malcolm Codd won twice. Crawley Ridge D matched this result against Ash G. Eric Wong and David Marchant each recorded trios whilst Derek Lee bagged a brace.

In the Third Division Crawley Ridge C avoided defeat for the first time this season when they shared the points with Frimley D. Brian Greenberg won all three for Frimley whilst Mark Stephenson and Richard Hornby each won twice for Crawley Ridge. Tennis H eased past Fleet B 6-4 with both Charles Burton and Tushar Vaja unbeaten for Tennis. Frimley E easily overcame Crawley Ridge B, 8-2. Kieran Daniel and Ted Cornell both recorded maximums for Frimley. Cody B and Tennis G shared the spoils with David Thomas undefeated for Cody and John Sheehy and Nigel Roberts each winning twice for Tennis.

The Second Division is becoming very congested at the top with Cody A the current joint leaders after they beat their X team 9-1. Dave Stenning and Paul Mission were unbeaten whilst Duncan Sibbick won a couple. Tennis D beat their E team by the same margin with Peter Bone, Andy Barnard and Mehrdad Abutalebi winning all the singles. Ash C beat Bentley B 8-2 thanks to maximums from Frank Winnard and Nigel Tustin. Crawley Ridge A eased past Braybrooke A 6-4 with Crawley Ridge’s Eric Wong chalking up a full house and team-mate David Skellern winning a couple. This was matched by Braybrooke’s Tony Gabriel.

The tightest match in the First Division was the drawn match between Tennis A and Central B. Martin Townshend won all three for Central with both Paul Shakespeare and Michael Kwan bagging braces for Tennis. Central A whitewashed Ash B with their strongest trio of Phil Snelson, Julie Lawrence and Paul Baker. Tennis B beat Frimley B with Eliot Tilley and Paul Myers undefeated and Simon Turner winning a couple. Bentley A cruised to an 8-2 victory over Fleet A. Both Crispian Knight and Graham Diplock were unbeaten whilst Micky Lang won a couple.