The Old Basing Tennis Club finals day was a huge success with some great tennis and the weather was kind too – in fact it was perfect.

Beverley Cleaver and her partner Sandie Benham won the Ladies Doubles, the opening final of the day, as they beat Penny Luke and Jane Hatter.

The first set saw Cleaver and Benham win 10-8 in a tie break, before taking the game with a 6-3 second set win.

Cleaver's second success was with Alex Wood in the Mixed Doubles, where they achieved a 6-3, 7-5 victory over Luke and Andy Mountford.

James Chamberlain's first title win came in the Men's Doubles partnering Harvey Loake. They overcame Mark Hammond and Mike Chamberlain in a 7-5 first set tie break on their way to a 7-6, 6-1 success.

James Chamberlain then won the Men’s Singles beating Hammond 6-2 6-3.

In the Ladies Singles final, Penny Luke was winning 4-3, before Cleaver was forced to retire due to injury.

In the Ladies Handicapped Doubles final, Jemma Godleman and Cas Lomax won 6-3 6-2 against Debbie Robertson and Jan Petto.

The Men’s Handicapped Doubles, Charles Robertson and Mike Chamberlain beat Clive Mountford and Clive Barham, 6-4 7-6.

The trophies were presented by Lynne Thomas, Chairperson of the club and the Betty Holmes Award, awarded to who the members consider has worked hard for the club over the last year, was won by Clive Mountford.