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TENNIS: Virgin Active and Banbury shine

Oxford Mail: TENNIS: Virgin Active and Banbury shine TENNIS: Virgin Active and Banbury shine

Virgin Active and Banbury got their mixed campaign off to flying starts with 4-0 home victories in OLTA Wilson Summer League Division 1.

Virgin Active beat Thame, while Banbury defeated Cholsey.

The other top-flight match saw Woodstock win 3-1 at Oxford City.

RESULTS

Mixed Division 1: Banbury 4, Cholsey 0; Oxford City 1, Woodstock 3; Virgin Active 4, Thame 0. Division 2: Banbury B 2, Abingdon 2; Wantage 3, Woodstock B 1; Witney 2, Benson 2; Wantage B 2, Bicester 2. Division 3: Blewbury 2, Wychwoods 2; North Oxford C 3, Banbury West End 1; Oxford Sports 2½, David Lloyd 1½ ; Portcullis 3, Goring 1.

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