Kenton's first two men's teams have got their campaigns off to an indifferent start - winning just one game between them.
The first team have won just one of their four ties, picking up one win and a draw against Pinner West End.
The seconds however lie perilously close to the root of the Middlesex North West League Division after two defeats and a draw.
Successive defeats to Northwood Esporta and Harrow Weald, 18-6 and a whitewash 24-0 respectively, has left the side second from bottom.
Only a draw against Headstone II has stopped the rot.
Kenton's thirds, by contrast, have got the new season off to a flying start and currently sit second in their division. Despite a defeat in their opening game at Wayfarers IV they have since gone on to see off Esporta Northwood II 20-4 and Harrow Baptist away 16-8.
The fixture against Northwood on a damp evening eventually got under way after a break in the rain, and it was Kenton who started the stronger and seemed more comfortable in the wet conditions.
A very good performance by the first pair Jhangir Mahmood and Mohammed Khandwalla, who was playing his first match after taking exams, ended in their winning all their four sets.
Ben Dooley and Niall Brazil, as the second pair, played intelligent doubles tennis - picking up all four sets too.
The men's fourth team followed a defeat at the hands of Hatch End with a 14-10 win at Uxbridge before losing ground in the fifth division with a 6-18 home defeat to Esporta Northwood.
They have returned to winning ways since however, when they added the scalp of Wayfarers V in the following game. The ladies' first team, which has sorely missed one of their key players, injured Janette Boyle, have
lost their last two matches against Eastcote I 8-16 and Pinner West End II 4-20 but had success in their last National League match against Amida Hampton, winning 4-2.
HARROW Weald men's second team look comfortably placed in their division after a win and a draw have got them off to a positive start.
After picking up a home draw with Wembley and Sudbury they travelled to Eastcote to compete on their new courts - following their previous tie being rained off.
Chris Lynch and Elliott Munn, playing as top pair for the first time, won three out of four sets, only losing to the second pair on a tie-break. Harrow Weald's second pair, Mark Copplestone and Martin O'Neill did not have the best of nights but did manage to claim a set off the second pair. However, Harrow Weald's third pair, Alok Sennik and Andy Sherwood had a great night, winning three out of three, including beating the Eastcote first pair 6-1.
Alok served and volleyed superbly all night and only bad light prevented them from winning all four sets. The 15-9 victory means the table makes good reading for the side which narrowly avoided relegation last year.