Cody D, in the Fourth Division, appear determined to return to the flight above from whence they came after relegation. They whitewashed Ash J with Stuart Stone, Dave Hewitt and fan lei inflicting the damage. Ash k is the other team with a 100& recored but their win, 6-4, against Fleet CCC was less convincing. Ken wan all three for Ash with Peter Greenwood-Sleep chipping in with a pair. This was matched by Paul Rumble for Fleet. Mention must go to Sarah Gilbey from Ash H who won her first match for a couple of seasons. She just got the better of Brenda Green of Crawley Ridge B but it was not much use to her team as they succumbed 8-2. Denys Smithers and Graham Ranola were both unbeaten for Crawley Ridge.
In the Third Division Frimley C lead the way after a 7-3 success over their D team. Robeen Roopun picked up a full house whilst John Eade bagged a brace. Ash G tasted success for the first time in a tight match against Tennis H. Seven sets went the maximum distance with Ash winning the majority to take the match 7-3. Ben Fereday picked up his first trio at this level with Hudson Foley getting a pair as did your guest correspondent. Tennis G and Crawley Ridge A shared the spoils with Ray Eason the unbeaten Tennis hero with a maximum. Geoff Green and ken Thompson won twice apiece for the Camberley outfit.
In the Second Division Broadmoor B moved off the foot of the table with a 7-3 win over Tennis E who now replace them there. Mark Armstrong won all three for Broadmoor with Norma Millward and Dick Deacon each winning twice. Ash C has moved into second spot after a 7-3 win against Frimley B. Frimley, however, possessed the outstanding player with John Wheeler grabbing all his team’s points. Nigel Tustin, Frank Winnard and Bob Murrell each won twice for Ash.
In the First Division Central A are top after a narrow 6-4 win over Challoner. Phil Snelson won all his matches with Peter Millard supporting with a brace which was matched by Rob Lemon for Challoner. Bentley A maintained there good start with a 6-4 win over Ash A. Andy Mudie was unbeaten for Bentley with Micky Lang winning twice. Graham Watts won twice for Ash. Ash B and Broadmoor shared the points with Nick Mills winning all his three for Ash. Dave Gilham supported with a duo and Mark Handcock also won twice, for Broadmoor.