THE second Grand Slam is in full swing at Roland Garros and a touch of Paris could be found at Dunfermline Tennis Club on Sunday.

Members of the Bothwell Street club got into the spirit of the French Open by hosting their own fun tournament, which saw prizes on offer for the winners, and for sporting a false moustache for its duration.

The carnival nature of the event comes as the club's men's first team continue to ride high at the top of the VMH Solicitors East of Scotland Tennis League, League Two, at the halfway stage.

They continued their recent good form with a comprehensive 12-0 win over bottom side Braid – which saw them only lose nine games – to move them onto eight points from five matches, ensuring they keep pace with Colinton and Hatton at the summit.

The top two go head-to-head in their next fixture, with Dunfermline seeking to avenge their home defeat to Colinton and Hatton earlier this season, which is, so far, their only defeat in the league campaign.

Dunfermline men's seconds, seeking to consolidate their League 3B status, secured their first win since the opening week by defeating Blackhall seconds 8-6 away from home, while the thirds have much to do to maintain their place in League 7B.

In another closely-contested match, they went down 8-6 to Barnton Park fives, ahead of a crucial bottom-of-the-table clash at St Serf's fours.

The ladies' firsts, though, are now four points adrift of top-flight leaders Braid after an 8-4 defeat at Thistle, while the seconds maintained their mid-table League 3B position despite also going down to defeat, 8-5 at David Lloyd Corstorphine.

In League 7B, the thirds enjoyed an impressive 8-6 win at previously-undefeated Grange Dyvours thirds – staking their own claim at the top of the league in the process – with Carol Williams and Rachel Bright, in the last rubber of the match, clinching a tie-break success, while the fours were beaten 11-4 to Dean seconds in League 8A.

In the junior leagues, Dunfermline's under-10 mixed team enjoyed a 5-1 win over Colinton.

The men's and women's winners of the French Open competition were Stuart Turnbull and Carol Williams.