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Brackley Grand Prix juniors results

Brackley Grand Prix Results

On-The-Day-Winners and Runners-Up

E Grade
Winner: Jafet Pap (Dallington); Runner-up: Sam Deaks (Dallington)
An all-Dallington final! First time ever. Nice to see that Manasse, who first played in a GP in June, recruited his younger brother and friend Sam to come and play. Both very strong players considering their newness to the game, so very much to look out for.


D Grade
Winner: Manasse Pap (Dallington); Runner-up: Sofia Brown (Brackley)
Not to be outdone by his younger brother, Manasse ensured that Dallington took the honours in both E and D grades with a very fine display of thoughtful and patient squash against an in-form Sofia (who went on to have a crack at C, getting better and better as the day went on). Some great rallies, with Manasse's racket prep and hold being a notable feature of his squash.


C Grade
Winner: Eloise Brown (Brackley); Runner-up: Helen Snell (Buckingham)
Having witnessed her sister getting the runner-up spot in D, Eloise - who seems to be improving hugely with every match she plays - went one better to win the C grade in the face of Helen's bullet-like serves. Loads of commitment and good movement, awesome to see the girls giving it absolutely everything.


B Grade
Winner: Anna Ridgway (Lings); Runner-up: William Loh (Brackley)
Don't quite know where to start with this... Anna is one of the most enthusiastic and driven juniors we have in Northants, so perhaps it was no surprise that at some stage we'd get a performance like this. Having dropped only two points in her group games against some stiff opposition, she seemed to have found a touch and accuracy we've not yet witnessed - playing drop shots millimetres above the tin whenever she got the chance, William did his level best (as did Charlie Street, last month's finalist, in the semi) but Anna was pretty much unstoppable. Brilliant stuff.


A Grade
Winner: Will Paull (Diana's); Runner-up: Leo Conway (Market Harborough)
We know just how hard Leo has been working in the last few months, and it was deeply evident all day as he muscled his way through to the final. But Will's a cultured and classy young player and, for now, has more shots and accuracy in his arsenal. But watch out, Leo is snapping at everyone's heels now.

This match had everything - brutal exchanges and some wicked shots. Fantastic!

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