Tight at the top of Basingstoke and District Tennis League Men's Division One

Tight at the top of men's tennis league

Tight at the top of men's tennis league

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THERE are four teams on the same number of points at the top of Men’s Division One.

RSF A, who beat Old Basing B 6-2, currently lead the way, although they did slip up 5-3 to Old Basing A, another of the teams at the top who remain unbeaten.

Defending champions Andover A beat Old Basing B 6-2 and Goodworth Clatford A 7-1.

Kingsclere A are the fourth team in the mix after a 6-2 score against Waverley A as Daniel Cole/Steve Mills won all their sets.

Joe Robinson/Liam Hignett were unbeaten for Overton A in their 6-2 win over Goodworth Clatford A.

Aldermaston A drew at Waverley A, and Old Basing B secured their first points of the season with a 6-2 win against Preston Candover.

Tom Perkins/Steve Gargett and Chris Ball/Dave Deadman gave Division Two leaders Beechdown A an 8-0 win against Winchester.

The Beechdown B string moved up to second place after a 6-2 scoreline against Odiham A, while Totally Tennis A recorded an 8-0 win at Waverley B.

RSF B head Division Three after a 6-2 win against Kingsclere B with Steve Brown and Kevin Still winning their sets.

Mortimer A beat BDH 5-3 and secured a draw at Goodworth Clatford, where Steve Besant/Richard Hancock were unbeaten for the home side.

Dan Arnold/Lewis Nicholls got a maximum for Andover C in their 5-3 win at Goodworth Clatford B.

Hampshire Court B head Division Four after 8-0 wins against Sherborne and Aldermaston B, with the pairing of Phil Banfield and Darren Giddings being unbeaten in both matches.

Ben Money/Nick Harris gave Aldermaston B a 6-2 win against Mortimer B and a maximum from Stephen Ridsdel/Alberto Vinuales produced a 6-2 win for Totally Tennis B at Oakley C.

Old Basing C beat Odiham B 6-2 and the Oakley C team of Richard Baxter/Lee Childs and Trevor Woods/ Clive Mills secured an 8-0 win at Totally Tennis C.

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