JAMIE Thomas was a triple winner at the annual Old Basing Tennis Club’s finals day.

Thomas opened up with a victory in the men’s singles as he beat Mike Chamberlain 6-0, 6-0, despite Chamberlain fighting hard.

His second title came in the men’s doubles as along with Andy Mountford they beat Chamberlain and Del Salter 6-3, 6-3.

Thomas then teamed up with his mother Lynne to win the Mixed Doubles, as they beat Penny Luke and Mountford 6-1 6-1. It was Lynne Thomas’ first ever trophy.

Luke made up for the loss by taking both the Ladies’ titles in what was a close fought singles match with Beverley Cleaver, just one break of serve saw Luke take the title 6-4.

Luke then added the doubles title with Jane Hatter as they beat Sandie Benham and Cleaver after a championship tie break 10-5. This after losing the first set 6-3 and winning the second 6-4.

The Men’s Handicap final was a close match as Graeme Robertson and Nigel Hatt won it on a Championship tie break 10-8 after losing the first set to Clive Barham and Rob Lewin 6-3 and taking the second 6-3.

The last match of the day to finish was the Ladies’ Handicap. The scoreline did not reflect the length of the match - nearly one and a half hours. Lynn Pullen and Jan Petto were the winners beating Robyn Lewin and Lynne Thomas 6-3 6-1.