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Week 2

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Tue, 15/10/2013 - 22:59 -- Dave Brown

Champions Bentley A had a difficult start to the season losing to Broadmoor A 6-4. Andy Mudie won all three for Bentley with Barry Morten and Clive Banham winning twice apiece for Broadmoor. Central B started their season with a draw against Frimley A. Dave Phelps won twice for Central which was matched by Rastislav Milulkea for Frimley. Ash B also started with a draw. In the match against Tennis B Dave Gilham was unbeaten with Dave Halfpenny getting the other Ash points. Paul Shakespeare bagged a brace for Tennis. Challoner whitewashed Old Woking with Crispian Knight, Sally Cimiotti and Martin Rozario the winning team.

In the Second Division Frimley C will be very pleased with their 7-3 defeat of Fleet CC A. Dave Joyce won all the Fleet points but pairs from John Eade, Peter Glass and Anthony Connelly. Cody C and Ash C shared the points with Mike Levey undefeated for Ash and Nick Lynch recording a duo as did John Harvey for Cody. Grabbing a duo. Fleet CC B recorded their first success, 6-4, against a two-man Frimley B outfit. Andy Appleby was unbeaten for Fleet with Tim Ngyou notching a couple for Frimley.

In the Third Division the most impressive result was Ash g’s 7-3 win over Tennis E. James Wyncoll notched another maximum for Ash with Jo Bartlett and Stephen Pinn each winning twice but both losing to Peter Killick. Broadmoor B look to be intent on returning to the second flight after a 9-1 thrashing of Crawley Ridge A. Mark Armstrong and Mick Rumbold were unbeaten with Dick Deacon grabbing a duo. Ash F and E fought a close battle with the E team coming out on top 6-4. Sandy Simpson was unbeaten for the F team with Terry French and Dave Bentall each winning twice for the E team.

Ash L, in the Fourth Division, started their campaign with a 6-4 defeat against Tennis H. Dave Phillips was unbeaten for Ash with Keith Johnson and Martin Evans bagging braces for Tennis. Fleet CC D and Ash H shared the spoils with Rabi Guthrie the hattrick star for Fleet and Andrew Blunden winning twice. Ray Mears won a couple for Ash.