Thornbury A won their first match away to Knowle and Brislington, then followed this up with a 5-5 draw against Portishead A. On Monday, they travelled to Almonds A and recorded a 9-1 victory which currently sees them topping the Premier Division.
Thornbury B came up against a strong Winterbourne A side in their first match and in a match full of very close games, ended up losing 6-4. Week 2 match was postponed by the opposition but this week, a 6-4 victory was secured against Almonds D.
Thornbury C started their debut league season with an 8-2 loss away to Cleeve and Claverham. However, in their second match, Mark Attwood lead the way winning all three of his singles in an 8-2 win against Bristol Club C. This week, the team secured a well earned draw at Portishead and as a result, currently sit in third position in the league.
Thornbury A team remain unbeaten in Division One, beating Woodchester B in week 2, Frampton B in week 3 and Cirencester on Monday. All squad members have now played at least one match and it looks like it might be very tight at the top of the league this year with a strong Forest Green and Nailsworth Pheonix side currently pushing hard.
Thornbury B have continued where they left off last season, so far recording three wins out of three in Division Two. Nailsworth A, Cam & Dursley A and Randwick B have been their opponents and in this form, they will be near the top of the table all season.
Thornbury C (Team Rubbish) are also flying high in Division Three, currently sitting second in the table with a game in hand. They have also recorded three wins out of three and have three players currently on 100% records. We smell end of season silverware!!
Thornbury D in their debut season in Division Four are now finding their feet in this competitive arena. Whilst not winning any of their first four matches, there have been a couple of close 6-4 losses, so we know that that elusive 'W' is just around the corner. More importantly, all players involved are reporting the enjoyment that they are achieving so for us, that is the most important element.