Cody F has started like a train in the Fourth Division. Their latest success was a 7-3 defeat of, previously unbeaten, Ash H. Alan Richards, Kim Phillips and Nigel Roberts all won twice apiece but could not get the better of Ash’s Ray Mears. Fleet CC C also proudly boast a 100% record. Rob Brook won all three in a 6-4 defeat of Cody E for whom John Warburton and Norrie Short bagged braces. After a slow start F Tennis H are getting into their stride helped by a 9-1 trouncing of Frimley F. Graham Dorey and John Page picked up maximums whilst Martin Evans weighed in with a duo. Ash J picked up their first win after getting the better of their clubmates, the L team, 6-4. Darren Milstead and Brian Lunn won a couple apiece for the J team but Dave Phillips was the star of the show with a full house for the L team.
The battle between F Tennis E and F in the Third Division was won by the E team 7-3 but the F team had the player of the night in the shape of George Carder who was unbeaten despite the best efforts of Peter Killick, Graham Marshall and Andy Murdock. Frimley D picked up their first success with a 6-4 win over Crawley Ridge A. No player was unbeaten with pairs for Russell Gibbs and Geoff Green for Crawley Ridge and Tony Harrison and Paul Phelan for Frimley.
There were not many matches in the Second Division but Fleet CC A will be pleased to get their season underway after a 6-4 win over Ash D. They did it the hard way with only two players but Alan Gess was unbeaten with David Joyce only losing to young Hudson Foley. F Tennis C look to be the team to gun for in this division with a whitewash of Cody C their latest victims. Colin Baggott, Neil Print and Graham McCulley racked up the points for Tennis. Ash C had their third draw, this against F Tennis D. Shaun Newbold was unbeaten for Tennis.
Central A opened their campaign, in the First Division, with a solid, 8-2, victory over F Tennis B. Phil Snelson and Dennis Perrett being unbeaten. Bentley A picked up their first win with a 7-3 success over Frimley A. Yet again Andy Mudie was the hattrick hero for Bentley with Steve French picking up a pair.