GILLY Dunn and Pat Amps are the new holders of Boston Tennis Club’s Open Mixed Tournament trophy.
The event attracted 16 couples, with the competitors were split between two groups.
Nathan Gunning and Emily Hawkesworth came out unbeaten from their group, with James Newton and Rachel Gedney finishing second.
The other group had varied results with Gilly and Amps losing out to Lloyd Bailey and Sophie Hawkesworth, who in turn then lost out to Lisa Stevenson and Calum McCaig.
However although Calum and Lisa won all their matches going in to the last, they then lost out 2-7 to Gilly and Pat.
In the final, Gilly and Pat called on their experience and went on to win against Nathan and Emily, succeeding 6-4.
The very last matches were played at the weekend in the Lincolnshire Leagues.
The ladies’ Seconds and Fifths and the men’s Sixths finished the season off with matches postponed from earlier in the summer.
For the ladies, the Seconds played Bourne in a match in which pride was at stake, but in a fixture that had no real bearing on final positions.
Bourne won through two close rubbers to win 6-3.
All the pairs - which included Jenny McGarel, Rachel Gedney, Vikki Lowe, Vicky Coda-East, Hilary Calvert and Mary Smura - defeated Bourne’s third pairing.
The team finish mid-table in Division One of the Lincolnshire Doubles League.
The Fifths ended with a good win against Pilgrim Tennis Club.
This put the team equal on points with Sleaford, Division Three winners, but runners-up on game difference.
It was a 6-3 result for the team of Sue Dring, Lyn Edwards, Helen Motson, Jayne Walsh, Denise Priestley and Helen Duckett.
The men’s Sixths lost out to Bourne Seconds.
The team was made up of Richard Woods, Zach McDonnell-Woods, Zafar Khan, Courtney George-Jones, Stuart Morrow and Jack Morrow.
Details: Boston Tennis Club on 01205 355502 or www.bostontennis.co.uk