BRIGHT London U23 BSPA Finals Results

Men’s Open Final:
Ben Coleman bt Ant Graham 11/8 11/4 11/4
With no one willing to predict a winner from this match it had the potential to be very close. The first game showed why these two young men have a bright future in the sport and are making their way up world ranking list. Fast paced squash with high class retrieving skills proving it near on impossible to hit a winner, it meant the first game lasted for 18 minutes with both players trying to force an opening. Ben’s movement and ability to turn defense into attack seemed to be on form today and he took the first 11/8. The next two games continued to provide the watching crowd with superb squash but Ben remained focused to stay in front of Ant and close out the match.
 
Women’s Open Final:
Lisa Aitken bt Nada El Kalaawy 11/8 11/9 11/8
A tough opening game saw both players settle quickly. Lisa's line and length, helped with a few errors from Nada at important stages of the game, gave her the first game 11/8. Nada started the 2nd game quickly, racing to a 6/0 lead, with some hard hitting and going short to the front of the court with more joy. The lead was soon whittled away with more errors at crucial times from Nada and saw Lisa level at 8/8 and continued pressure gave her a 2 game lead. The third game provided the crowd with long rallies and a top standard of squash with both women showing great athleticism. Lisa's consistency and ability to change the pace saw her take the game 11/8 and the match 3/0.
 
Women’s Plate: Kacey Bartley bt Roxanne Keshavarz 11/4 14/12 11/7
 
Men’s Plate: Joel Matkin bt Julian Tomlinson 11/8 11/8 11/3
 

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