The penultimate week of the season stayed dry for all the matches except the first one at Wetherby B on Sunday 23 July, which waspostponed. Division 6 still have two more weeks of the season to play, as there are 9 teams and each team plays 12 matches. There are also some postponed matches from earlier in the season to be played over the next three weeks, before the season ends on 31 August.
Division 1 is still up for grabs, if Harrogate Racquets win at home v Starbeck this week, they win the division, if not, Harrogate Racquets A have to beat Academy to go top.
Despite a close 55-53 loss to Wetherby this week, Ripon stay top of Division 2, and the battle for second place continues between Boroughbridge A and Starbeck A, after Starbeck A won this week. Only one can go up with Ripon to Division 1 next season.
Almscliffe stay top of Division 3 after winning away at Dacre, and it will be either Harlow or Northallerton who join them in Division 2 next season.
Division 4 is still very close with four teams vying for top place. Harrogate Spa Tennis Centre and Wetherby A look set to top Division 5, and Division 6 is still close with Starbeck C, Masham and Ripon C all in with a chance of promotion.
*photo Academy v Boroughbridge 24 July 2017