Central A maintained their 100% record in the First Division with a 6-4 victory over Tennis B. Paul Baker was undefeated for Central with team mate Peter Millard weighing in with a couple. Paul Myers won a couple for Tennis. In a tight encounter Fleet A and Central B shared the points. Andy Appleby won all three for Central with Fallon Thompson and David Joyce each winning twice for Fleet. Bentley A narrowly beat Tennis A 6-4 with no player unbeaten on the night. Andrew Bawden and Crispian Knight each won twice for Bentley as did the Tennis duo of Michael Kwan and Paul Shakespeare.
Frimley E, in the Third Division, eased their relegation concerns with an emphatic 8-2 success over Fleet B. Ted Cornell and Keiran Daniel both recorded maximums for Frimley. Cody B notched up their seventh draw to date this campaign against Crawley Ridge B. All players won and lost with David Thomas and John Harvey bagging braces for Cody and Ken Thompson matching this for Crawley Ridge. Tennis F remain top after they eased past Frimley D 6-4. Frimley’s Ramesh Vasudevamurthy secured a full house whilst Andy Barnard and Graham McCulley each won twice for Tennis. Crawley Ridge C beat Tennis G 7-3 with Yuriy Schulzhenko winning all three again. Team mate Richard Hornby won twice as did Tennis’ Alan Richards.
In the Fourth Division Tennis K and J shared the spoils in a very tight encounter The star of the evening was the K team’s Joe Sparkes with a maximum whilst Ian Brown and John Davis each won twice for the J squad. Ash F beat Cody D 7-3 with both Graham Thomas and Brian Lunn undefeated for Ash. Cody C eased past Frimley F with Frimley’s Alistair Sutherland starring with a full house. All the Cody trio, Dave Hewitt, John Asprey and Derek East won twice.
In the Second Division Tennis C whitewashed Braybrooke A with Shaun Newbold, Mirko Danso and Colin Baggott cementing top spot. Frimley C had an emphatic, 8-2, victory over Tennis E. Vasco Correira won all three for Frimley with team mates Graham Richards and Gary Nicholson each winning twice.