Match Reports 17/11/2011

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Mebs Virani
Thu 17 Nov '11 @ 10:07am


Faversham C are the current leaders of Division 4. Unbeaten in their opening 4 fixtures they have opened up a 8 point lead on three teams that are tied on the same number of points .
Of these teams,Chestfield Warriors 8 are also unbeaten in their first two games. Jonathan Nevett and Mano Sathyamurthy comprehensively took out Michael Green and William Newman of Choughs F,without dropping a single set in the singles and doubles.
Against Chestfield Warriors 9,Nevett dropped a set to Stan Casey but breezed past Jon Bidston-Casey,while Sathyamurthy struggled against Casey but eventually came through in the 5th set.he dropped a set against Bidston-Casey but his side still wrapped up a 5-0 win and a 3-1 win in the doubles to assume second position in the table.
In third place and on the same number of points as Warriors 9 come Dizzy Heights B. This side made a tremendous start to their league campaign with a 5-0 win over Choughs F,with both Matthew Clayson and Alison Butler winning comfortably.
Against Warriors 9 Clayson beat both Casey and Bidston-Casey but Mark Greenstreet lost in the 5th set to Bidston-Casey. Heights just managed to take the doubles 3-2 for an overall 4-1 win.
However the winning run came to an abrupt end against leaders Faversham C,losing 1-4,with only Clayson scoring a solitary win over Kevin Bourner.
Their most recent game saw them up against Chestfield Warriors 10.Green street lost to Adam Dyer,but Clayson overcame Harry Clark to level the score.
Greenstreet and Riece Baxter fought out a tense 5 setter before Baxter came through and Clayson suffered the same fate against Dyer,losing in the deciding set. Heights took the doubles 3-2 but lost 3-2 overall.
The one remaining unbeaten side in Division 4 is Choughs E.Their first game game saw them move to a 4-1 win over Faversham D.Jackie Fox was stretched to 5 sets before overcoming Ethan braden in the decider.
Ethan Solly made short work of Kieran Taylor in straight sets but suffered a 0-3 loss against Braden.
Fok beat Taylor 3-0 and Choughs scored a 3-1 win in the doubles.
Against club colleagues,Choughs F,Fok was in unstoppable form,beating both James Molony and Michael Green in straight sets but Solly went down 1-3 to Molony. The E side won the doubles 3-0 for an overall 4-1 win,which puts them in 5th place,two points behind the trio of sides on 10 points and 10 points behind the leaders.

Premier Division side, Faversham A,have made a good start to this season.
They began strongly with a 8-1 win over Herne Bay B,with only Jack Sterwart losing to Vince Corbin in 4 sets.
They lost 3-6 to Heron A,with David Jeavons beating Mike Palmer and Dianne Pearce but losing to the unbeaten Roger Pingram.
They bounced back with a 6-3 win over Warriors 1,with Jeavon scoring his first treble of the season,while Azim Griffiths added two,losing only to Roger Jordan,the latter losing to Jeavons in the 5th set.
Their latest result was 0-9 mauling from Hoath A,but Faversham are still holding firmly in 5th place.

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