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TENNIS: Sports lead is pegged back
7:00am Friday 24th January 2014 in Sport
THE gap at the top of the Thames Valley Winter League Men’s Premier Division is down to one point after Oxford Sports could only beat Abingdon 6-2.
Rivals North Oxford and Virgin Active cashed in with 8-0 victories at Oxford City and Banbury respectively.
Woodstock kept pace with a 6-2 win at Norham Gardens.
Cholsey B stay top of Ladies’ Division 2 with a hard fought 5-3 win against Mapledurham.
Woodstock B eased to a 7-1 win against Kingston Bagpuize to narrow the gap. Witney stay favourites with games in hand after defeating fourth placed Bicester 5-3.
OXFORDSHIRE’S Will Taylor (10 & under) and Connor Ferguson (12 & under) were runners-up at national events in Berkshire and Roehampton respectively.
Fellow Oxon player Chloe Elliott was third at the 10 & under girls’ event in Bath.
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