Adam Auckland bt  James Earles
10/12, 11/3, 11/3 (65m)
Auckland takes LeSport title
Emily Whitlock reports
A PSA Closed Satellite gives 20 points to the winner and 13
to the runner up, so it was clear from the offset that both
players wanted those 20 points to help bump their rankings
up a few places!
The first game saw James Earles hit quite a few
errors and Adam Auckland opened up a 7 point lead but
at 10-3 game ball down, James seemed to gather himself and
played well to get back to 7-10 but the gap was too big as
Adam clinched the first 11-7.
Second game was a completely different story, at 1-1 Adam
got a 'no let' and lost the next 10 rallies.. James won that
game relatively easily 11-1.
In the third it was evenly contested as James won 12-10 but
was playing considerably better, making virtually no errors
and looked the dominant player.
The fourth saw James return to his error strewn ways and
Adam won comfortably 11-3, chasing everything down and
entertaining the crowd with a dive or two!
The fifth was same as the fourth, James made errors and Adam
stuck to his guns and did his best not to give anything
away, winning his second PSA Closed Satellite tournament!
This was the best quality squash we had seen all week, with
both players stepping up their game for this final match.