Jeremy George-Jones collected two Bombay Brasserie Singles League trophies at Boston Tennis Club.
He won the singles and daytime singles leagues.
James Newton was the runner-up in the main league and Ladi Hruban second in the daytime.
Sue Burnett was top lady in the daytime league and Lesley Addy was the most consistent player.
Emma Mastin and Jack Morrow are the most-improved female and male players in the main league.
Junior awards were presented to Matthew Gedney (yellow ball), Joseph Parla (runner-up), Trent Hutson (most improved), Thomas Hull and Paris Royal (green league), Will Cheer and Millie Alexander (orange ball), Serena Morrow (red ball) and Isabel Wookey (runner-up).
Also presented on the night were the leaderboard winners for the Lincolnshire LTA Winter Leaderboard. Will Cheer (orange), Paris Royal and Matthew Gedney (green) and Victoria Beardsley (12 and under) got their trophies.
Boston’s Men - Sam Kemp, Lewis Fisher, Dom Beesley and Henry Beesley - lost a tie-break shootout 10-8 to Leicester’s Carisbrooke after drawing 3-3 in the East Midlands Aegon Team Tennis event.
In the county Aegon event, Boston Men’s C – Dan Bambridge, Anthony Hulley, Jack Morrow and Andy Clamp - beat Burton Waters C 8-4.
The boys 14 and unders – Toby McDonnell-Woods, Sam Felipes, Jack Howard and Thomas Cozens- lost 8-4 to Eastgate and the 12 and under B team - Joseph Cannon, Joe McGarel, Max Wilson and Trent Hutson - won 10-2 at St James, Grimsby.
Boston’s mixed 10 and unders – Thomas Hull, Matthew Dickens, Millie Alexander and Bradley Worth - beat Horncastle 12-0 and two Boston eight and under teams played each other, the A winning.
In action were Will Cheer, Serena Morrow, Amie Hatton, Lois Boothby, Juan Advani, Devon Morgan, Rebecca Dickens and Jacob Felipes.