Maia on Fire!

60 Dorset Squash juniors took part in this weekend’s annual county closed tournament at the West Hants Club. With over 100 matches played, the juniors played with spirit, showing grit and determination as they fought for their county’s prestigious titles. There were some outstanding performances from some of the county’s youngest players through to our top U19 stars.

At just thirteen years old Maia Pannell stole the show, not dropping a game the whole weekend. Maia defeated other top Dorset players to take both the U15 and U19 Girls titles.

Joe Cook was crowned U19 champion for the first time, defeating Charlie Sawyer in a closely fought battle. Joe’s hard work over the past year made him a totally deserving winner.

Brother and sister, Luca and Amy Campbell-Wynter, won the U15 and U13 titles respectively, while Joe Pannell beat James Campbell-Wynter to win the U13 Boys, stopping younger brother from picking up a third title for the Campbell-Wynter family.

Other Winners;
Girls U11 Winner – Elizabeth Avis, runner up – Keira Strutt
Girls U13 Winner – Amy Campbell-Wynter, runner up – Ellie Corben
Girls U15 Winner – Maia Pannell, runner up – Amy Campbell-Wynter
Girls U19 Winner – Maia Pannell, runner up – Beth Garton

Boys U11 Winner – Se Renouard Price, runner up – William Turpin
Boys U13 Winner – Joe Pannell, runner up – James Campbell-Wynter
Boys U15 Winner – Luca Campbell-Wynter, runner up – Oliver Moffat
Boys U17 Winner – James Lewis, runner up – Luca Campbell-Wynter
Boys U19 Winner – Joe Cook, runner up – Charlie Sawyer

Dorset Squash would like to thank 3 wonderful sponsors for their generosity – Harrow for donating rackets for prizes, Slades Estate Agents for a kind donation and to ‘I Can Be’ printing, for providing the t-shirts. Also a huge thank you to the West Hants for the fabulous venue.

More photos can be found on our Facebook pages: https://www.facebook.com/DorsetSquashRacketball/photos

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