End of Season Junior County Squash Tournament and Presentation

The end of season junior county squash tournament and presentation was held at The West Hants club on Sunday 26th April.

24 of our top junior players displayed some excellent squash with some very tight matches being battled out.

Group C Final: Julian Abbott v Connor Turner

Group C Final: Julian Abbott v Connor Turner

Group C Final: Julian Abbott v Connor Turner

14 year old Julian Abbott and 11 year Connor Turner battled out the first final of the afternoon. Both boys displayed some good squash with Julian’s strength allowing him to control the match with a well deserved 2-0 win.

Final positions:-

  1. Julian Abbott
  2. Connor Turner
  3. Elise Houghton
  4. Amy Campbell-Wynter
  5. Noah Campbell-Wynter
  6. Eve Bailey
  7. Ellie Corben
  8. Lucy Hill
  9. Logan Macey

Group B Final: Sophie Sawyer v James Campbell-Wynter

Group B Final: Sophie Sawyer v James Campbell-Wynter

Group B Final: Sophie Sawyer v James Campbell-Wynter

10 year old James took on the hard hitting Sophie Sawyer, 5 years his senior, and showed great determination battling out some super rallies. But Sophie utilised her strength and overpowered James taking the ball on the volley, keeping James pinned in the back corners. Final score 2-0.

Final positions:-

  1. Sophie Sawyer
  2. James Campbell-Wynter
  3. Michael Rides
  4. Charlie Bates
  5. Elise Bailey
  6. Oliver Moffat
  7. Robyn Moffat
  8. Miles Keene

Group A Final: Phil Sargeant v Rory Bell

Group A Final: Phil Sargeant v Rory Bell

Group A Final: Phil Sargeant v Rory Bell

Phil Sargeant beat Rory Bell 2-0 with some very long and entertaining rallies being encountered. Both boys demonstrated swift movement and quick racket skills entertaining the audience for the concluding match of the day.

Final positions:-

  1. Phil Sargeant
  2. Rory Bell
  3. Liam Aldridge
  4. Charlie Sawyer
  5. Abbi Hurd
  6. Luca Campbell-Wynter
  7. Toby Jane

Dorset Squash and Racketball also presented trophies to our juniors for the following;

Dorset County U13 Boys Player of the Year award – Luca Campbell-Wynter

11 year old Luca played at number 1 in the boys U13 team and played some top players from around the country. He demonstrated skill and consistency throughout the season, winning most of his matches.

Dorset County U13 Boys Player of the Year award - Luca Campbell-Wynter

Dorset County U13 Boys Player of the Year award – Luca Campbell-Wynter

Dorset County U15 Boys Player of the Year award – Miles Ewins

Miles performed strongly in the first round of Inter Counties competition, grinding out two crucial wins and was a key factor to the team making it through to the second round. He demonstrated fantastic team comradery and support throughout, providing advice, tactics and encouragement to try and help his team mates over the line.

Dorset County U17 Boys Player of the Year award – Joe Cook

Joe displayed a high level of determination, commitment and courage throughout the season.

Dorset County U13 Girls Player of the Year award – Amy Campbell-Wynter

9 year old Amy consistently gave 100% effort in all of her games, even though she played girls much bigger in both age and statue. She always had a smile on her face and never gave up!

Dorset County U13 Girls Player of the Year award - Amy Campbell-Wynter

Dorset County U13 Girls Player of the Year award – Amy Campbell-Wynter

Biles Trophy Award – Lucy Hill

For a player who always gives 100%, has shown improvement over the year, played in local competitions and is generally very helpful.

Biles Trophy Award - Lucy Hill

Biles Trophy Award – Lucy Hill

Club Player – Toby Jane

For a player who has progressed in to senior club teams and helps out with junior coaching.

Club Player - Toby Jane

Club Player – Toby Jane

Lanz Trophy – Rory Bell

For a player who has progressed through all age groups and has supported the junior section in all activities and is a good ambassador for the up and coming players to watch.

Lanz Trophy - Rory Bell

Lanz Trophy – Rory Bell

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