English U11 2016

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English U11 Champs 2016
04-05 Jun, Hallamshire, Sheffield
Finals day two in sunny Sheffield
Terry Dudley reports

In the semi-finals 3/4 seed Meh Shah (Middlesex) booked her place in this afternoon's final without dropping a game in the tournament by beating Charlie McCrone three love in the first semi-final.

The impressive number one seed Amelie Haworth brought unseeded Francesca Hall's run to an end winning in straight games in the semi-final and took the Girls Under 11 title with an outstanding game of squash defeating Shah 3-0 in 13 minutes.

Boys' top seed Abd-Allah Essa progressed to the final by beating unseeded Alex Banidal in the semi-final while Jonah Bryant who beat the second seed Yusf Shelkh in yesterday's quarter final registered another three love win against 3/4 seed Harry Bloomfield.

Both boy finalists reached the final without dropping a single games but Bryant was dominant thought the final in thought and movement, playing with maturity well beyond is tender age and won the match 11/3 11/3 11/2 in 17 minutes to take the title of English Under 11 champion 2016.

Both the Girls and Boys winners showed exceptional skill and impeccable in their behaviour both on and off court.

Day ONE:

This year Hallamshire Lawn Tennis and Squash Club is hosting The English under 11 Championship.

The first day of the competition displayed excellent sportsmanship in both the boys & girls events and many upsets to the seedings.

In the girls event unseeded players Fancesca Hall (Yorkshire) & Sophia Lee (Warwickshire) knocked out high seeded players & met in the quarter finals with Francesca taking the match 3-0. Francesa now faces the number one seed Amelie Haworth (Hampshire) in the semi finals on Sunday.

Charlie McCrone (Lancashire) has had an extremely impressive tournament by both knocking out the number two seed and demonstrating exceptional fair play.

In the boys event Jonah Bryant (Sussex) has upset the seedings by beating all his opponents 3-0 & taking out the number two seed to play in the semi- finals Sunday.

The unseeded Alex Banhidai (Essex) has had a very impressive tournament so far by beating seeded players throughout & in the quarter finals fought hard against Alexander Broadbridge (Hampshire) to win 3-2. Alexander had previously upset the seedings by beating the number 3/4 seed.

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