Winning streak for Chatteris tennis club players

PUBLISHED: 15:07 22 October 2018 | UPDATED: 15:07 22 October 2018

Chatteris Tennis Club men’s number two team (L to R) Charlie Gienke, Cameron Smart, Alan Patey and John Freeman.

Chatteris Tennis Club men’s number two team (L to R) Charlie Gienke, Cameron Smart, Alan Patey and John Freeman.

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It was a winning streak all the way for the men’s teams of Chatteris Tennis Club when they played in the winter league.

The Chatteris Men’s 1 team secured a 5-3 win away to Royston Men’s fourth in the Cambs Winter League.

On the same evening Chatteris Men’s 3 team beat Newmarket Men’s 3 team by the same margin.

Half way through the season both these teams, undefeated so far, sit at the top of their respective divisions.

On Saturday morning Chatteris Men’s 2 team completed the hat trick of wins for the club’s teams with a convincing 8-0 home win against Buckden Men’s 3.

Again unbeaten this season the Men’s 2 team lie in 3rd place in their division, but with a match in hand over both teams above them.

• For further information on Chatteris Tennis Club visit www.chatteristennis.com. The club is family friendly and can offer opportunities to trian annd play at all levels and for all ages.

• The Club is named as ‘Tennis Club of the Year for Cambridgeshire’ 2017 by the Lawn Tennis Association, and is runner-Up for ‘Club of the Year’ in the Living Sport Awards.

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