With just a few weeks left in the tennis winter 2023-24 season, the race for the top spot is heating up across various divisions in the local league. Here's a breakdown of how things stand:

Men's Divisions:

Division 1: It's all to play for in the top tier, with Old Basing A and Kintbury locked in a thrilling battle. Both teams boast a perfect record, so the winner of their upcoming clash will be crowned champion.

Division 2: Buckle up for a nail-biter! Five teams are separated by a mere three points, with crucial matches against rivals looming. The final weeks promise high drama!

Division 3: Waverley C hold a strong lead with four wins from four, but the battle for the remaining positions is wide open. Can any team upset the top spot or climb the table in the remaining matches?

Division 4: David Lloyd Newbury have already secured the title with an impressive record of five wins and a draw. The focus now shifts to the middle and bottom of the table, where teams vie for a better finish.

Ladies Divisions:

Division 1: Riseley A currently lead the pack, but the race is far from over. Andover and Preston Candover A have matches in hand and upcoming clashes against each other. Who will emerge victorious?

Division 2: Odiham A have already secured promotion to Division 1 next season. Can they cap it off with an undefeated run by winning their final match?

Division 3: The top spot is up for grabs between Winchester C and Aldermaston. Winchester hold a slight lead, but Aldermaston have a game in hand with their decisive head-to-head clash still to come.

Mixed Divisions:

Division 1: The title race is wide open with four teams still in contention. Even Stratton Park, currently in fifth, can play a crucial role by taking points off potential champions. Expect a thrilling climax!

Division 2: Odiham B and Beechdown B are locked in a tight battle for the top spot. With a crucial match-up between them still to come, the winner of that clash is likely to be crowned champion.

Division 3: Hartley Wintney have already secured the title with a dominant performance, winning all four matches (three with an emphatic 8-0 scoreline!). They will move up to Division 2 next season.