England Perform Well At 6 Nations

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Russell Moore

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Junior and Cadet 6 Nations

Singles
Boys

The boys competitions were won in convincing style by English players Lewis Gray (Juniors) and Helshan Weerasinghe (Cadets) both in 3-0 victories over fellow English opponents.

Gray progressed to the final in convincing style losing only 1 game, which was to Oliver Langlois (Guernsey) in the group stages.

Lewis Gray bt. Jared Patel 11-5, 11-4, 11-8
Helshan Weerasignhe bt. Sam Mabey 11-6, 11-7, 11-7

Girls

The junior girls events proved a little harder for England with Abbie Milwain being our top junior, making it to the semi’s where she was deposed by losing finalist Angharad Philips, with Alice Loveridge taking the overall win.

Alice Loveridge (GGY) bt. Angharad Philips (WAL) 11-5, 9-11, 10-12, 12-10, 12-10

Megan Knowles secured silver in the Cadet girls after winning and all English semi-final against Isobel Ashley to set up a battle with Charlotte Carey from Wales. The first end went to Megan, but that was as far as she got as Charlotte upped her game to take the next three and the Cadet 6 Nations title.

Charlotte Carey (WAL) bt. Megan Knowles 6-11, 11-7, 11-5, 11-7

Team

In the team event England walked home with medals in each category, securing gold in the junior girls and cadet boys, along with silver in the cadet girls and bronze in the junior boys.

Junior Boys

1 Scotland
2 Ireland
3 England
4 Wales
5 Guernsey
6 Isle of Man

Junior Girls

1 England
2 Wales
3 Ireland
4 Guernsey
5 Scotland

Cadet Boys

1 England
2 Scotland
3 Wales
4 Ireland
5 Guernsey
6 Isle of Man

Cadet Girls

1 Wales
2 England
3 Ireland
4 Guernsey
5 Scotland

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