Callum Simmons is Boston Tennis Club’s Bombay Brasserie Singles League champion.
He and runner-up James Newton received their trophies at the club’s presentation evening last Tuesday evening (pictured).
Simmons has shown fantastic tenacity and consistency in the face of some tough opposition.
He has also shown strong conviction throughout the league and is a very popular winner.
Matthew Gedney collected the trophy for the most improved player.
Jeremy George-Jones retained his spot as the winner of the Bombay Brasserie Daytime Singles League and Richard Walker took second place in the Daytime League.
Sue Burnett was yet again the leading lady in the Daytime League, while Steve Olczak collected the most consistent player award.
Junior awards in the Bombay Brasserie Leagues were presented to Joseph Cannon (Yellow Ball League winner), Robert Hayes (runner-up) and Isabelle Hunt (most improved).
In the Green League, Matthew Dickens and Millie Alexander are the boys’ and girls’ winners.
Harvey Vickers has the distinction of winning the Orange Ball League and Thomas Piggins was the runner-up.
The Red Ball league was won by Isabel Wookey with Paul Aranin as the runner-up.
There were some uncomfortable rides for Boston teams in the Lincolnshire Slazenger Doubles League.
Boston Ladies’ Linda Barrow, Ashleigh Frankish, Sam Cook, Emily Hawkesworth, Victoria Needham and Linda Tinsley lost 1-8 to Grantham in their Division One match.
The Men’s Thirds lost 2-7 to Rustons in a second division match, Zach McDonnell-Woods and David Cheer winning the two rubbers but Toby McDonnell-Woods, Mickey Audus, Zafar Khan and Richard Woods unable to add any further scores.
The Ladies’ Third team beat Eastgate seconds 6-3 in their second win of the season.
Jane Hindmarch, Joan Beale, Helen Motson, Charlotte Priestley, Helen Duckett and Rachel Hawkesworth represented Boston in the contest.