BOSTON Tennis Club have been successful in the Lincolnshire Slazenger Doubles League.
The Ladies’ First team beat Bourne 8-1 in their fifth match of the year in Division One of the league.
The team was Emily Hawkesworth, Linda Barrow, Danielle Frankish, Jenny McGarel, Ashleigh Frankish and Rachel Atkinson.
The Boston Men’s Seconds – James Newton, Calum McCaig, Ray Frankish and Ryan Frankish, Chris Cook and Joe Woolley - lost 1-8 to Eastgate in their Division One clash.
The Boston Men’s Third team enjoyed a 6-3 win over Grimsby Tennis Centre Fourths in Division Three.
The team included Geoff Short, Richard Hart, Geoff Presland, Andy Clamp, Chris Cook and John Gibson.
The Ladies Thirds, in Division Two, missed out 2-7 to Louth.
The team was Dana Kenneally-Forrester, Helen Motson, Hilary Calvert, Victoria Needham, Helen Cook and Sophie Hawkesworth.
The Ladies’ Fifth team had a 6-3 win at Horncastle over Horncastle Seconds.
The Boston Ladies’ team included mother and daughter pairing Jayne and Sophie Walsh, Lyn Edwards and Penny Gibbons.
Boston Tennis Club held their popular Social American Tournament.
The tournament had a truly international feel with guests from twin town Laval taking part in the proceedings, with nearly 50 participants.
The players partnered different people throughout the event and then played four games, with each of the competitors on court accumulating a total of games won throughout.
At the end of the event, the winners were Dana Kenneally-Forrester, who won an impressive total of 44 games, and Calum McCaig, taking a fantastic 45 games.
Michal Chmielik collected the trophy as the over 30s winner with 39 games won, and in so doing proudly collected his first ever trophy.
The prizes were presented by Cindy Hubbert, the Laval trip organiser.
Lincolnshire’s Men’s and Ladies’ teams played in the Aegon Summer County Cup.
The Men played at Oxford in Group F and the team included Boston Tennis Club members Will Mason, Mark Thompson, James White and James Shacklock.
With wins over North Wales, Buckinghamshire and Devon, and losses against Cambridgeshire and Hereford and Worcester, the Lincolnshire Men finished third overall and remain in their group next summer.
The Ladies in Group Six played in Poole and won their group and move up to Group Five for 2013.
The team, including Boston’s Madeline Verdegaal, beat Cumbria, Bedfordshire and Oxfordshire.