Get involved! Send your photos, video, news & views by texting RA NEWS to 80360 or e-mail us
Studley A at top of the table after win
6:00am Friday 23rd May 2014 in Local Sport
INKBERROW A were no match for Wildmoor Spa Tennis League Premier Division champions Stratford as they slipped to a 4-0 defeat.
Stratford strolled to a comfortable victory over Inkberrow who are yet to get off the mark. Top Stratford pair Callum Bailey and Ralf Neilson won in straight sets beating Matt Saunders and Jim Richardson (Inkberrow) 6-1, 6-3, and Gordon Keir and Nick Brookes (Inkberrow) 6-0, 6-1.
Alcester stay in fourth equal on six points despite their match at home to Littleton being rained off. They share this place with Evesham and Henley-in-Arden. Littleton and Inkberrow stay bottom still both without a point so far this season.
In Division One, Studley A beat Campden 4-0 to take a clear lead at the top.
Pershore now sit second only on sets difference behind Studley A, but have played two games more, after picking up two points in a 2-2 draw with Aston Cantlow.
Meanwhile, Studley B took third place on seven points following a good 3-1 away win over Snitterfield.
Division Two saw Redditch HDA A lose 4-0 to table-topping Moreton-in-Marsh.
Alcester B went down 3-1 to Whitnash.
Inkberrow B are bottom of Division Three after losing 3-1 to Ilmington.
Studley C stay top of Division Four on seven points after a 3-1 win over sixth-placed Snitterfield B. Alcester C moved up to third place with six points following their emphatic 4-0 result over bottom placed Chipping Campden C.
Finally in Division Five, Inkberrow C stay joint top with eight points despite having no match this week. However, Pershore B moved above them on sets difference after they beat bottom club Inkberrow D 4-0. Redditch HDA B also moved up to third place with seven points thanks to their 4-0 thumping of Wildmoor Spa B. Moreton-in-Marsh B dropped down to fourth after being held to a 2-2 draw by Bidford B.
l Studley A's Division One squad of Mark Wilmore, Dave Douglas, Martyn Richards, Damian Hampton, Jack Ritchie, Derek Northam and Ollie Smith.
Comments are closed on this article.