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South Island Junior Squash Championships

South Island Junior Squash Championships

The top seeds are safely through after the first two rounds of the South Island Junior squash Championships.

The Dutch team was impressive with Under 19 top seed Tom Hoevenaars leading the way with a easy win. Local players Adam Yates, Adam odering and Joel Sugrue all gained sets before going down in 4.

Boys Under 19

Round 2

1 - Tom Hoevenaars beat Doug Latham 3/0
Ryan henman beat Luke Gordon 3/1
Lui Syder beat Adam Odering 3/1
4 – Sander kock beat Ted Schroeder 3/0
Frank Hartkoren beat Joel Sugrue 3/1
3 - Matt Nation beat Scott Chappell 3/0
Patrick Mulvihill beat Huw Geddes by default
2 – Bastian Meulenvelt beat Adam Yates 3/1
Boys under 17 Round 2

1 – Charles Verkamp beat Alex Moprait 3/0
Andrew Croxson beat Brett Clark 3/1
Michael Brocks beat Evan Henman 3/0
4 – Peter Sutherland bet Nathan Gunn
3 – Edward Dromgool beat Jordan Ellen 3/0
Adrian Rewherara beat Emmett Sparrow 3/2
Brendon Frew beat Isaac Williams 3/0
2 – Elliot Geddes beat Nathan Coll

Boys under 15 Round 2

1 – Bryce Redman beat Hayden McGregor 3/0
John Van Valzin beat Joshua Wood 3/0
Elliot Mcnutt beat George Seed
4 – Paul Coll beat Josh Parkhill 3/0
3 – Liam O’Shaughassey beat Sam Furlow 3/0
Michael Sutherland beat Josh McHugh 3/0
Chris Wilkinson beat Joe Baker 3/1
2 – Byron Peehi Floyd beat Michael Armstrong 3/0

Boys under 13 Round 2
1 – Todd Redman beat Joe Bray 3/0
Ryan McGowan beat Josh Hughes 3/0
Whare Morrell beat Scott Godsall 3/-
4 – Tim Lasusa beat Michael Hannahin 3/0
3 – Tyler Conroy beat Chris Vandersaln
Jacob Scully beat Kendall Sparrow 3/1
Jacob Turnbull beat Andrew Ellis
2 – Browning Platt beat Bryce Egerton 3/0

Boys Under 11

1- Chas Craig beat Callum Seymour 3/0
Ritchie Franks beat Daniel Foster 3/0
3 - Chris Collins beat Todd Redman 3/0
2 – Natham Brooks beat Jackson Beresford 3/0

Girls Under 19
1 – Rebecca jones beat Courtney 3/0
2- Maria Smith Eliana Saltzman 3/0
3 – Elizabeth Graham beat Taylor Tully 3/0
4 Kimberly Cheyne beat Leanne Hull

Girls Under 17
1 – Milou Vander heijden beat Helen liley 3/0
2 – Alana Sincock beat Micheala Gerkin 3/0
3 – Katherine Carlson bet Emily Sayes 3/0
4 – Emma Sim beat Emma Brown 3/0
Larissa Tinnelly beat Jenna Watt 3/0
Georgoina Shelton Agar beat Bridget Holgate 3/1
Ayesha kapoor beat Holly Johnstone 3/1
Kathryn MacLacjlan beat Kenna Sugrue 3/0

Girls Under 15

1 – Crystal Tahata beat Poppy Tie 3/0
2 – Stephanie Chambers beat Christine Miller 3/0
3 – Eliza Sim beat Maria Turnbull 3/0
4 – Megan Craig beat Michelle Bowers 3/0
Clare O’Keffe beat Anna Fox 3/0
Helena darling lost to Renei Kawe Small
Sacha pou-Tito beat Rosalie Searle 3/0
Kelsey Flynn beat Catherine Graham 3/0

Girls Under 13

1 – Ella Dromgool beat Sally Johnstone 3/0
2 – Tessa Meyer won by DF
3 – Oa taito beat Leah Morait 3/0
4 Macey Karsten beat Amy Seymour 3/0

Under 11 Girls

Abbie Palmer beat Clare Cumming 3/0
Courtney Egerton beat Joely Bennett 3/0
Sophie O’Connell beat Toni Cotton 3/0
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