Sat 14th, Day FIVE - FINALS
 Millie Tomlinson (Eng) 3-0  Hania El Hammamy (Egy)
 Youssef Soliman (Egy) 3-0 Mike Harris (Eng)
11/8, 11/9 (40m)
Millie and Youssef are the Jersey
The 2016 champions were crowned as Jersey Squash and Racketball
Club in St Clement as Mille Tomlinson and Youseff
Soliman won their finals in straight games.
seed Tomlinson was up against 15-year-old Egyptian Hania El
Hammamy, and the youngster kept pace with her more
experienced opponent throughout a first game that went point for
point up to 9-all, but it was Millie who took the last two
points to take lead.
Englishwoman was in charge for the next two games, accelerating
away in the third as she closed out the match in 37 minutes to
become the first Jersey Classic women's champion, claiming a
seventh career PSA title.
"It's always tough playing Egyptians these days," said
Millie, "it was a good match though, it was really tough to keep
ahead of her, and thanks to everyone for their support!"
The men's final also finished in straight games, but here there
was an Egyptian winner as Soliman claimed a third PSA title in a
row as he beat unseeded Englishman Mike Harris, who had
beaten the first and third seeds in earlier rounds.
young Egyptian - reigning British Junior Open U19 Champion -
always seemed to have the slight edge as his mobility and short
game caused Harris a few problems.
He pulled clear from the middle of the first game, quickly
established a winning lead in the second, and recovered from 4-7
down to take the third and the title.
really thrilled to win another PSA title," said Youssef,
"but it hasn't been easy, we both had some really tough matches
to get to the final.
"I think I played well and put him under pressure but he was
daling with it well so I' was glad to be able to win that in
"I have one more tournament to go, in Kent, so I hope to finish
the season with another good performance and maybe a win ...
been a really good week, well organised and I've enjoyed my stay
Harris reflected: "I came here just looking forward to
playing some good squash, so to beat two top seeds and reach my
first final, I can't complain.
"Youssef is obviously playing well to win three in a row, it's
just a pity I had to be that third scalp!"