ALCESTER enjoyed a 3-1 win over Littleton in the Wildmoor Spa Tennis League Premier Division.
Overall it was a good week for the Warwickshire side as they also draw with Henley 2-2.
In their first match of the week, a rain-postponed clash with Littleton, they won comfortably.
Then Alcester and Henley fought out an honourable 2-2 draw.
Tim Kenneally and Stuart Beach (Alcester) beat Brett MacKay and Dave Taylor (Henley) 7-6, 6-1 and also saw off Max Retallack and Craig Mander 6-1, 6-0.
Second pairing Jack Newbold and Duncan Robinson lost to Retallack and Mander 6-3, 6-4 and went down to MacKay and Taylor 7-5, 1-6, 0-1 (5-10).
Meanwhile, Inkberrow lost 3-1 to Littleton, with Matt Saunders and Graeme Rankin winning one match.
Division One leaders Studley A stay clear with their four-point lead after beating Aston Cantlow 3-1.
Pershore keep the chase on in second as they beat Studley B by the same 3-1 score and are on 11 points.
Snitterfield matched this 3-1 victory with one of their own over bottom team Shipston-on-Stour.
This result lifted them to equal third with Studley B on eight points.
There were only two matches in Division Two as the clash between Whitnash and HDA A was rained off.
Bidford A moved clear in third following their 3-1 home win over HDA A.
In Division Three, Inkberrow B moved into second place, a point behind, thanks to a 4-0 victory over previous leaders FISSC of Stratford.
Division Four saw Alcester C battle out a 2-2 draw with HenleyB.
Finally, in Division Five, Pershore B lead on 16, one point ahead of Inkberrow C, with HDA B in third on 13.
This was despite Pershore being held to a 2-2 draw by Moreton-in-Marsh B as Inkberrow C had no fixture this week.
Redditch side HDA B walloped Bidford-on-Avon B 4-0 and stay three points clear of fourth-placed Moreton B. Studley C had no match.