THE Totally Tennis girls 14 and under team won the Premier 14 and under Girls Tier 2 South West (East) League.

This was after they drew on points with second place Woking in their debut at this level, but won the title on the number of games won.

Tillie Reid, Kirsty Da Silva, Isla Hignett and Jasmin Bromilow made up the team and lost their opening match against Woking LTC 8-4.

Bromilow, was the only player to win her singles and with partner Hignett won the doubles as well.

The girls then had a tense match against Oxtails Tennis Club where they won on a shoot out after the scoreline was tied.

Bromilow and Reid both had singles success 6-1, 6-3 and 6-2, 6-4 respectively but Hignett and Da Silva lost.

In the doubles, that followed, Reid/Da Silva won their match in three sets 6-7, 7-5, 1-0 to secure victory for the team after Hignett/Bromilow were beaten.

The final match of the weekend in Oxford, saw the girls beat White Horse 8-4.

Hignett and Reid won their singles 6-0, 6-0 and 6-2, 6-3, but with Bromilow and Da Silva lost, so the score was level.

In the doubles Hignett/Bromilow won in three sets 6-3, 2-6, 11-9 and Reid/Da Silva enjoyed a 6-4, 6-4 success to secure overall victory.

Donella Hignett said “The team finished as winners in the premier division, with Woking finishing in second place. This is the first time the girls have played in the premier league, so it’s an amazing result.”

Aegon Team Tennis is a singles based team competition that provides players of all ages eight and under to open with regular league matches, against similar standard players in a competitive team environment.

A total of 6,158 teams from over 1,050 venues are playing in Aegon Team Tennis 2017, last year there were a record number of 9,837 fixtures completed across the country.

The Premier 12 under to 18 under tier provides the opportunity for teams to compete outside of their county on a regional and national level.

This allows stronger players and teams to play in a more appropriate league.

Teams are accepted to the Premier 12 under to 18 under events based on the ratings of nominated players at entry stage, there are three age groups 12 and under, 14 and under and 18 and under.