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It’s always great to see young talent emerging at the Junior Championships and the event that took place over the weekend of 21stand 22ndSeptember was no exception. The first day saw the Under 12’s and U14’s demonstrate their skills with some fiercely determined competition.

The U12 boys’ singles was won by Scott Hollingworth who also won the U12 boys’ doubles with partner Leonardo St Louis. The U12 girls’ singles champion was Ines Dobson who also took the U12 girls’ doubles title with partner Anniika Trygstad-Fleury.

The U14 boys’ winner was Arjun Kolani, whilst the girls’ champion was Kathryn Ticehurst. In the U14 doubles events, Ryan Colcombe and Daniel Hitchcock won the boys’ and Amelia Roberts with Alice Fletcher won the girls’. The U14 mixed champions were Ryan Colcombe with partner Meili Nightingale.

We kicked off again on Sunday with the Under 16’s and Under 18’s. Stars of the show were Scott Haysom who won all three U18 events, that’s boys’ singles, boys’ doubles and mixed, and Andrew Harrison who matched this performance at U16 level. Scott was partnered by Stephen Boxall in the boys’ doubles and Nicole Wood in the mixed. Andrew was partnered by Rowan Goff in the boys’ doubles and Paige Gwynn in the mixed. 

It was a privilege to witness some outstanding matches by Dewi Rice and Jerome Brackley, both U14 but playing up at U16. Dewi narrowly beat Jerome in an exciting and closely competitive quarter final of the boys’ singles. The pair finished runners up in the boys’ doubles, and Jerome took bronze with Mina Myall in the mixed. The future looks bright!

At U18, the girls’ singles event was won by Katie Bicknell, and Mina Myall took the U16 girls’ singles title. The U18 girls’ doubles champions were Nicole Wood and Megan Baldwin.

The full results were:

Under 12 Boys Singles: Gold –Scott Hollingworth, Silver – Theeran Loganathan, Plate – Samuel Wauchope

Under 12 Girls Singles: Gold – Ines Dobson, Silver – Lola To, Plate – Bella Roberts

Under 12 Boys Doubles:Gold – Scott Hollingworth and Leonardo St Louis, Silver – Theeran Loganathan and Owen Potts, Bronze – Coby Burge and Samuel Wauchope

Under 12 Girls Doubles:Gold – Ines Dobson and Anniika Trygstad-Fleury, Silver – Lola To and Emelia Balfour, Bronze – Gihansa Bandaranayake and Bella Roberts

Under 14 Boys Singles:Gold – Arjun Kolani, Silver – Noah Dobson, Plate – Rory Hobbs

Under 14 Girls Singles:Gold – Kathryn Ticehurst, Silver – Meili Nightingale, Bronze – Alice Fletcher.

U14 Boys Doubles:Gold – Ryan Colcombe and Daniel Hitchcock, Silver – Noah Dobson and Jacob Williams, Bronze – Laurence St Louis and Oscar Wood

U14 Girls Doubles:Gold – Meili Nightingale and Kathryn Ticehurst, Silver – Amelia Roberts and Alice Fletcher

U14 Mixed:Gold – Ryan Colcombe and Meili Nightingale, Silver – Daniel Hitchcock and Amelia Roberts, Bronze – Theeran Loganathan and Ines Dobson

U16 Boys Singles:Gold – Andrew Harrison, Silver – Leon Crayford, Plate – Marvin Suwandee

U16 Girls Singles:Gold – Mina Myall, Silver – Millie Gwynn, Plate – Lois Hollingworth

U16 Boys Doubles:Gold – Rowan Goff and Andrew Harrison, Silver – Jerome Brackley and Dewi Rice, Plate – Leo Marqueson and Harry Southern

U16 Girls Doubles:Gold – Erin Bradshaw and Mina Myall, Silver – Millie Gwynn and Paige Gwynn. Bronze – Emma James and Bridget Rawson

U16 Mixed:Gold – Andrew Harrison and Paige Gwynn, Silver – Rowan Goff and Millie Gwynn, Bronze – Jerome Brackley and Mina Myall

U18 Boys Singles:Gold – Scott Haysom, Silver – Henry Wong, Plate Ryan Burdett

U18 Girls Singles:Gold – Katie Bicknell, Silver – Nicole Wood

U18 Boys Doubles:Gold – Scott Haysom and Stephen Boxall, Silver – Cameron Matthews and Henry Wong, Bronze – James Colcombe and Max Warren

U18 Girls Doubles:Gold – Megan Baldwin and Nicole Wood, Silver – Alyx Maskell and Millie Whiteside, Bronze – Olivia Hall and Phoebe Shorter

U18 Mixed:Gold – Scott Haysom and Nicole Wood, Siver – Stephen Boxall and Katie Bicknell