Catford Wanderers’ men had a comfortable win over Old Wilsonians, the perfect remedy to their massive loss to Sidcup Recreation last time out.
Sean Harvey and Lyndon Douglas beat Richard North and Simon Jago 7-5 6-4 and followed up with a 7-5 6-0 win over Harry Suggett and Omar Edet.
Leigh Cole and Julian Langley picked up two victories as well and third pair Andy Hellier and James Onifade registered a draw and a loss.
The ladies’ first team – Kathy Aldridge, Lilla Brown , Julia Garling and Stephanie James – beat Bromley Wendover. Their second quartet of Donna Gabriel, Toni Boardman, Terri Borg and Basha Olsinka won at Beckenham.
The men’s veterans third side – Cosmos Charles, Kalam Azad, Peter Tombleson and Denis Costelloe – went down 4-0 to David Lloyd Dartford.
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