Sidmouth men net big win over visiting Kingsteignton

09:22 27 June 2014

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Both the Sidmouth mens’ teams are holding their own in their respective divisions, writes Lesley Cranston.

The A, team after a slow start are now sitting in third place having gained an 8-0 win last week and the B team are mid-table, but with the possibility of a top three finish.

They had a good win against Kingsteignton E, beating them 8-1 at home.

However, they have some challenging matches ahead especially against Cranford who are able to field a coach in spite of being in Division 8. The B’s are using a wide pool of players, some newly joined members as well as three promising juniors who, hopefully, will be free to play more in the second half of the season.

For any more information on all things Sidmouth Tennis Club visit www.sidmouthtennisclub.co.uk

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