WILBERFOSS are the new leaders of division three in the IT Sports Mixed Tennis League after their win at Poppleton.

Victory was led by Chris Oldfield and Tim Hunt, who just outscored team-mates Gerry Screeton and Dan Jacques.

Sue Espiner and James Langley led Wigginton to another win, supported by the unbeaten Lorraine Waudby and Andy Withers. They moved into second place.

Appleton Roebuck ended York's perfect record with first couple Pauline Belt and Dave Luscombe just outscoring team-mates Kate Butterfield and Paul Dadvar.

There was no change at the top of division one with Poppleton seeing off the challenge of York II, and Eleanor Bradshaw and Ben Walker notching 27 games to keep Wigginton second with defeat of Dunnington.

Wetherby Castlegarth gained their first win, beating fellow promoted side Rufforth in a well-matched encounter. Captain Angela Wood and partner Tom Warburton finished with a 10-2 to seal the win.

David Lloyd stayed top of division two after a crushing win over neighbours Heworth, and Yorked stay second after victory at Dunnington with unbeaten Caroline White and Richard Cranidge winning 26 games just ahead of Denise Wilson and Jez Catchpole.

Sherburn went third after a close match at Bubwith, winning by four games thanks to the unbeaten Rachel Huggins and Tristan Gretton.

No team is now unbeaten in division four after Tollerton ended Wetherby Castlegarth's run, Helen McDonald and Josh Hunt starring.

Fulford have taken over top spot, with Pauline Craddock and Pat Herriott leading the way against Poppleton, winning just one more game than Wendy Cook and Alex Herriott.

Wilberfoss lead division five after victory against Dunnington, inspired by the unbeaten Jess Cawood and Adrian Shakeshaft. They remain the only team with a 100 per cent record.

Rufforth sliped to third after losing by just two games at Stillington, and sit just behind David Lloyd who got back to winning ways after the visit of Cawood, Lisa Garland and Alex Brandon top scoring.

There was no change at the top of division six with leaders Wigginton seeing off Poppleton.

Bishopthorpe stayed second after defeating Heworth in a competitive encounter, led by Sarah Mawby and Sam Watson, who were backed by Elizabeth Opie and Alan Wilkinson.

Anna Airaksinen and Liam Moore were division seven leaders Bubwith's match-winners with 30 games at Dunnington.

Copmanthorpe maintained their unblemished record with victory at Cliffe led by unbeaten Lynda Withers and Rob Abbott along with Jackie Heseltine and Ben McLeod.

Julia Sykes and Tim Mandle were the pick of Bishopthorpe's pairings as they ensured another two points against Appleton Roebuck. Bishop remain the only unbeaten side in division eight.

Wistow had a good win against Tollerton with Sarah Huggins and Nick Clemishaw the highest point-scorers just ahead of Janet Falkingham and Dave Hearn.

Jennifer Hunt and Dan Jacques were the week's top scorers with 35 games as second-placed Wilberfoss beat Wheldrake.

York returned to winning ways in division 10 against Wilberfoss, Jean Jaram and Robin Karfoot including an 11-1 win in a key performance.

Bishopthorpe did not drop a rubber as they secured their first win against new team Sutton upon Derwent V, Kathryn Wright and Roger Mackle taking 30 games.