Chmielik tops the tennis table

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In Boston Tennis Club’s Bombay Brasserie Singles League, Micael Chmielik remains the leader in the February standings.

One point separates him from Zach McDonnell-Woods, with Jeremy George-Jones and Ladi Hruban close behind.

In the Junior Yellow Ball League, Thomas Hull remains in first place, with George Wookey, Sophie Burnett and Trent Hutson on his tail.

In the Mini Tennis Leagues, Harvey Vickers leads the Green Ball League with Thomas Piggins, Alice Gamman and Serena Morrow coming along next.

At the top of the Orange Ball League, Isabel Wookey is narrowly ahead of Paul Aranin with Will Shears and Lois Boothby third and fourth.

Jacob Felipes is top of the Red Ball League table, with William Pettit in second place and James Gedney in third.

The Bombay Brasserie Daytime Singles League will see Jeremy George-Jones, Ladi Hruban, Richard Tupper and Chris Mepham competing in group one this month.

In the second level there are two parallel groups involving John Gibson, James Waterfall, Phil Cosgriff , Steve Olczak, Richard Walker, Geoff Presland, Jim Mackin and Paul Smith.

Jeremy George-Jones returns to the top of the leaderboard in this league with Richard Tupper seond and Ladi Hruban third.

Sarah Ulyatt is first as the most consistent player not in the top two groups, having won 67 games, with Phillippe Servonat (63) and James Waterfall (61) behind.

In the Winter Daytime Doubles, Richard Tupper, Geoff Presland, Sushil Kumar and Diane Sharpe are in the top group.

Playing in the Boston and District Winter League, the Boston A team faced an away fixture against Billinghay.

It was a closely contested fixture which Sam Felipes, Harry Foster, Jake Sherrick and Connall Newton won 3-1.

Boston F’s Richard Woods, Zach McDonnell-Woods, Toby McDonnell-Woods and Doug Motson drew 2-2 with Horncastle.