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Semis at the NSC
Boy under 17s
Boys under 19s
Top seed Richie Fallows had a tough semi final against ¾ seed Ashley Davies. The match went to five games with Davies ahead in the third; however Fallows managed to pull back crucial points resulting in him winning the match 3-2.
Both 5/8 seeds Joshua Masters and Bradley smith battled it out in the 4th round playing some phenomenal squash, Masters excelled in the last game and played his way to victory. Number 2 seed Angus Gillams played 3/4 seed Lyell Fuller, the third game of the match went to 20-18 resulting in the match lasting an exhausting 69 minutes. Fuller played phenomenally well but it wasn’t enough to stop the second seed who won 3-1.
Girls under 17s
Number 2 seed Amelia Henley faced some stiff competition from 3/4 seed Kace Bartley, Bartley took the first game yet Henley kept her nerve and won the match 3-1. Top seed Georgina Kennedy stole the show and breezed into the final where she will play for her 2nd Tecnifibre British Junior Championship title.
Girls under 19s
5/8 seeds Jessica Davis and Lydia Hume came head to head in the fourth round. Davis came out on top form, comfortably winning the match 3-0. The long awaited semi final match between 9/16 seed Rhianne O’Donnell and number 2 seed Lily Taylor, took just 21 minutes to be completed. O’Donnell played very impressively but it wasn’t enough to beat the power and technique of Taylor who won comfortably 3-0.
Afternoon semis at The Northern:
Jared Carter (Hants) bt Nathan Mead (Warks) 11/9 11/5 11/7 23m
Alice Green (Essex) bt Eve Coxon (Oxon) 11/9 11/4 11/4 16m
3/4 Seed Adam Corcoran brought Sam Exelby’s tremendous giant killing run to a halt with an entertaining but tough 3-0 victory, taking 43 minutes to set up an interesting Final with Finch tomorrow
Kyle Finch (Hants) bt Tom Walsh (Sussex) 15/13 11/6 11/5 28m
Jasmine Hutton (Dorset) bt El Kakaawy (Surrey) 11/6 11/9 11/7 21m
Elise Lazarus (Essex) bt Amy Jones (Bucks) 11/6 11/9 11/7 19m
Saturday morning at the NSC
Boys Under 17s
Top seed James Peach won his third round match beating 5/8 seed Jack Martell, both players showed great technique and power throughout the match. Second seed Patrick Rooney was up against 9/16 seed Charlie Lee, Lee played some excellent squash but unfortunately was not quite strong enough to beat Rooney who played superbly and won 3-0 in just 24 minutes.
Boys Under 19s
In a testing and event filled match, number one seed Richie Fallows had to work extremely hard to fight off 5/8 seed George Parker. The game lasted a staggering 95 minutes with Parker winning the first game, but Fallows clawed his way back to a 3-1 victory. Also in the boys under 19s category 5/8 seed Joshua Masters was beaten by 3/4 seed Lyell Fuller 3-0.
Girls Under 17s
Girls Under 19s
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