A team claim Winter win

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Boston Tennis Club’s six Winter League teams were involved in action on Sunday morning.

Boston A travelled to Woodhall and returned with a 3-1 win thanks to Connall Newton, Harry Foster, George Wookey and Jake Sherrick.

The remaining five teams were all involved in action at the Sleaford Road club.

After a slow start, Boston B’s David Cheer, Sev Smura, Andy Clamp and Calum McCaig, dropped just one set as they defeated Horncastle.

Boston C - Dan Bambridge, James Newton, Owen Jary and Gary Fitzjohn - faced Boston F’s Richard Woods, Zach McDonnell- Woods, Matthew Gedney and Toby McDonnell-Woods in a very competitive match.

With the match finishing level, Boston C had the superior game count.

The Boston D and E teams played each other, the D winning 3-1.

David Dunlop, Tom Cozens, Michal Chmielik and Richard Cozens turned out for the D, while Robert Bonser, Parvais Akhtar, Ben Ray and James Dixon represented the E.

The Boston Green team played very well in the Lincolnshire Mini Tennis Winter League, with wins for Boston A team - Isabel Wookey and Lois Boothby - against St James and Tealby.

Also competing were Boston C team’s Robbie Townsend and Freddie Robinson, who gained wins against Horncastle and Rustons.

The Boston 18 and under boys’ team played Deeping in the semi-final of the Lincolnshire Junior Autumn Outdoor League.

Zach McDonnell-Woods, Matthew Gedney, Thomas Cozens and Sam Felipes booked a place in the final against Grantham with a 5-1 result.

The Boston Ladies Firsts and Thirds senior teams competed at the weekend.

On Saturday, Boston Thirds played Grimsby Seconds at home, Hilary Calvert, Laura Ray, Helen Cook and Helen Duckett earning a draw.

Boston Firsts played at Grimsby Tennis Centre, and this also finished as a draw for the team of Sue Burnett, Rachel Gedney, Linda Barrow and Mary Smura.