SPRING Lane B maintained their unbeaten streak in Colchester and District Tennis League Men’s Division Two.

They claimed a 7-2 home victory over Colchester Officers’ Club C.

Frinton B triumphed by the same scoreline at Kirby B.

In Division Three, Little Clacton pipped hosts Lexden Hill B 5-4 while Lexden R&F B and Wivenhoe B both boosted their hopes of promotion from Division Four with home wins.

Lexden R&F B inflicted a 6-3 defeat on Frinton C while Wivenhoe B were comfortable 8-1 winners over West Mersea B.

In Division Five, Frinton D earned an emphatic 9-0 home victory against Lexden R&F C.

The Essex A maintained their domination of the Ladies’ Premier Division with a 6-3 win at Lexden Hill A.

Lexden R&F B enjoyed a comprehensive 9-0 home victory over The Essex C in Division One whilst Lexden Hill B were narrow 5-4 home winners against Wivenhoe, in Division Two.

Lexden R&F D sealed a 5-4 victory at home to Spring Lane B in Division Three while table-topping Colchester Officers’ Club A raced to a 9-0 home victory against Lexden R&F D.

Angela Eastaugh and Fiona Welborn once again starred for the home side, dropping just two games.

Division Four saw hard-fought 5-4 home wins for leaders Little Clacton and Dedham B, over Spring Lane C and The Essex E respectively.

Division Five leaders Frinton C boosted their promotion hopes with a 7-2 success against their closest challengers, Colchester Officers’ Club B.

An action-packed week in the Mixed Premier Division saw back-to-back 6-3 victories for leaders The Essex A.

Their away success at Dedham A was followed by a vital home victory over title rivals Frinton A.

Elsewhere in the Premier, Kirby A experienced consecutive defeats - a 7-2 home loss against The Essex B and a 7½-1½ reverse at Dedham A.

Spring Lane A’s promotion ambitions suffered a blow after a 6-3 defeat at The Essex C, in Division Two.

But Lexden Hill B’s hopes of getting to Division Two were enhanced with a 6½-2½ victory at Spring Lane B.

And Spring Lane’s C team were 6-3 winners at home to a West Mersea A side with two pairs.

In Division Four, Little Clacton claimed a comprehensive 8-1 win at Kirby C.