ARINA Fjordova and Francesca Bakes achieved perfection in winning all 36 of their games in Knaresborough’s Fulford Ladies Invitational Tennis League division three annihilation of Boston Spa.

Their performance helped move Boro into joint-second place with Wistow, for whom Rachel Huggins and Helen Carbutt netted 29 games in their 60-48 victory over Bishopthorpe.

Fulford remain in contention despite falling to a 59-49 defeat at Copmanthorpe.

Mel Duncan and Cordie Cavill were unbeaten for Pocklington as they cruised to a comfortable victory over York seconds and climbed to second place in the division one table.

David Lloyd bagged a valuable win over mid-table rivals Castlegarth, while Bishopthorpe logged their first points of the campaign against a depleted Wigginton side.

Division two leaders Fulford recorded a convincing 73-35 win over Pocklington, as captain Jill McCreedy and Ruth Painter finished unbeaten.

Kate Lewis and Christine Edmond’s 26-game haul helped Rufforth ease past Boston Spa and maintain second place.

Starbeck overcame David Lloyd 66-42 with Di Lang and Sophie Cousins in form for the victors.

In division four, Tollerton and Wigginton seconds remain in the chasing pack after logging comfortable wins over Sutton and Appleton respectively.

Wilberfoss remain in the driving seat in division five.

All their couples made scores of 20-plus in their 73-35 win at Poppleton.

Miranda Stephenson and Philippa Ashley won 27 games to help David Lloyd continue their promotion bid as they cruised to a 75-33 victory at Fulford.

Stamford Bridge are on a charge at the top of division seven, with Karen Anderson and Natalie Muir only dropping one game as they battered Rufforth 82-26.

Elsewhere, Andrea Webster and Katy Weld impressed with 23 games as Wilberfoss defeated Copmanthorpe 60-48.