Orange is the colour

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Boston Tennis Club’s boys and girls under 14s teams have both been in action in the Premier Regional Division of the Aegon Team Tennis competition.

The girls (Victoria Beardsley, Lucy Hull, Chloe Robinson and Paris Wright) lost 2-4 to Nottingham Tennis Centre while the boys (Jake Sherrick, Lucas East, Harry Foster and Michael Niedermeier) lost 1-5 to Dallington.

Boston’s Orange A team are Aegon Team Tennis Orange County champions after victory over Louth Indoor for Isabel Wookey, Lois Boothby, Paul Aranin and Hannah Willis.

There was also a good finish for Boston’s Orange C team in Division Two of the county competition, beating Deepings 12-8. The team included Joshua Brooks, Daniels Goreliks and Charlie Pickwell.

Boston Tennis Club’s under 12 boys’ C team finished their matches on a high on Sunday with a 12-0 win over Grantham B. They are top of the Division Two South, although the team’s main rivals - Boston B - have matches in hand.

The C team were Harvey Vickers, Thomas Piggins, William Lakin, Matthew Green and Nathan Maund with captain Caroline Piggins.

Boston Red B beat Louth Indoor 14-2 overall. The team was Poppy Gibbons, William Pettitt, Jacob Scuffham and Georgina Cameron.

The Boston Red B team, fielding the same players, had been beaten by Boston Red A’s James Gedney, Emily Stukins, Finley Mackey and Jacob Felipes.

Boston Green B - Bethany Hayes, Isabelle Servonat, Lilia Halyova and Frank Deri - narrowly lost 6-7 to Stamford Green in the tie-break shootout.

In the Lincolnshire Slazenger Doubles League Division One, Boston Men (Henry Beesley, James Newton, Calum McCaig, Anthony Hulley, Callum Simmons and Ray Frankish) beat Grimsby Tennis Centre Seconds 7-2.

In Division One, the Ladies’ Firsts - Ashleigh Frankish, Tracy Hull, Emma Mastin, Tori Needham, Linda Barrow and Charlotte Priestley - beat Boston Seconds - Catherine Ellis, Denise Priestley, Claire Smith, Jane Hindmarch, Rachel Brook and Mary Smura - 7-2.