Rugby A stamp their authority on title race with whitewashing of St George’s

Ricardo Bolanos picked up two wins but it was not enough to stave off defeat for Free Church G against their F side.

Ricardo Bolanos picked up two wins but it was not enough to stave off defeat for Free Church G against their F side.

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Rugby A showed their Leamington & District Division One title credentials with an impressive 10-0 whitewash of a strong St George’s B team.

Ryan Lines, Matthew Outhwaite and James Ward swept aside Mark Jackson, Laurence Sweeney and Ron Vose, though Sweeney did only lose by two points in two five-setters.

Second-placed Colebridge A are now six points adrift having dropped a point to WCC B whose Simon Griew defeated Kate Hughes. Hughes, Edward Lynn and Ben Willson secured the remaining nine points.

Free Church B thumped their C team 8-2 with Sam Weaving winning three and Jeff Harris and Sam Wiggins picking up braces. Weaving and Harris won the doubles, with Martyn Todd claiming two impressive wins for C.

Promoted Free Church E squeezed into top spot in Division Two after a commendable draw at Nomads Enigmas.

Charlie Somerton won three for the home side aided by singles from Syed Moyinuddin and Steve Proctor.

Church ensured stalemate with braces from Phil Blowey and Livvy Fletcher, the duo pairing up to take the doubles.

The other promoted side, St George’s D, are also enjoying the higher flight and edged out Eathorpe A 6-4.

Andy Caine, Tracey Fletcher and Richard Grover all recorded doubles.

Danny Orr’s treble and Sam Cafearo’s two singles victories lifted Rugby B to five points against a strong Phoenix O. Newcomer Eduard Caliman (2) Paul Calloway (1) and Richard Jardim (1) plus a Caliman/Calloway doubles success guaranteed parity.

Free Church G are joint top of Division Three despite losing 6-4 to their F team who climbed to third.

Lewis Singleton was the star with a trio of wins plus the doubles with James Robertson, who won twice.

For the G team, Ricardo Bolanos led the way with two wins, Tom Fletcher and Adam Pulman adding singles.

County Council C have made an indifferent start to the season but had a welcome 7-3 win over Rugby D.

Doug Lowe and Ian Stevens won all of their singles and the doubles