Simmons is out in front

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Callum Simmons is the leading player in the Bombay Brasserie Winter Singles League at Boston Tennis Club.

With 21 points in the bag and a strong margin, Simmons is top of the leaderboard.

He is comfortably ahead of James Newton, on 14 points, and Jeremy George-Jones, who has 11 points.

Emma Mastin is the leading lady.

This month Simmons is joined by George-Jones, Newton and Matthew Gedney in the Premier Division.

In the second division, Ladi Hriban, Michal Chmielik, Courtney George-Jones, Zak McDonnell-Woods, Emma Mastin and Sam Felipes are due to compete.

In the Bombay Brasserie Winter Singles Day League, Jeremy George-Jones is top of the leaderboard with Richard Walker in a close second place and Ladi Hruban and Geoff Presland in joint third position.

Sue Burnett is the leading lady, in overall fourth position.

In order to maintain their leaderboard positions after this month’s play, competitors will need good results in the respective divisions.

George-Jones will play Hruban, Walker and Richard Tupper in the Premier Division.

In the second division, Geoff Presland is up against Steve Olczak, Phillipe Servonat, and Chris Mepham, and in the split second division, Phil Cosgriff, Sue Burnett, Jim Mackin and Ash Wilson meet each other.

Lesley Addy’s 54 games make her the most consistent player in the Bombay Brasserie Winter Singles.