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Three teams still in the hunt for Basingstoke and District Tennis League Men's Division One title
THE Basingstoke and District Tennis League Men’s Division One title will go right to the wire, with three teams still challenging for the top spot, writes Richard Mole.
RSF A moved to the top after wins against Goodworth Clatford 5-3, Kintbury 5-3 and an 8-0 success at Aldermaston A.
Kingsclere A moved up to third place after a draw with Kintbury, while defending champions Andover A have games in hand and can still retain their trophy.
In Division Two, RSF B took second spot behind champions Old Basing A, after they beat Kingsclere 8-0 and Overton 6-2.
Tom Perkins/Steve Gargett were the unbeaten pair in Beechdown A’s 5-3 victory at Overton.
Andover B maintained their lead at the top of Division Three with a 6-2 success at Oakley B.
Second-placed Waverley A won 6-2 against Odiham A to complete their matches, with Perveez Mirza/Eric Springer being unbeaten.
Both Odiham A and Beechdown B have matches in hand on the leaders and can still influence the outcome of the title.
Both teams at the top of Division Four also won, with Odiham B 5-3 victors at Hook and Oakley C beating Mortimer by the same score.
Andrew Richardson/Mark Eastwood won all their sets for Mortimer in a 6-2 win over BDH, as did Dave Thomas/Nick Harris in the 6-2 win at Waverley B.
The Mortimer team can still take the title if they win their final match and Odiham B slip up.
Andover C moved to the top of Division Five after wins against Aldermaston B 8-0 and Newbury 5-3.
Hampshire Court, with matches still to play, are favourites for the title though. Sherborne won 5-3 at Aldermaston B.
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