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Youngsters make racket at Junior Squash Championships

The winners at the National Squash Championships

The best young squash players on island were in action in the 2022 National Junior Squash Championships last weekend.

With age groups ranging from under nine to under 19 a bumper day of action took place at the Bermuda Squash Racquets Association courts in Pembroke with a whole host of youngsters celebrating success, including those who represented the island in the Canadian Junior Open just a fortnight earlier.

Rose Paulos and Gabby Turchiaro, who were part of the team flying the flag in Toronto, won the girls’ under 15 and under 17 age groups respectively while Andrew Cox and Owen Rosorea came out on top in the same age groups for the boys.

Turchiaro also finished second at under-19 level to Hailey Moss with Mason Smith and Leilani Carpol taking the honours among the under-13s.

Smith could well be one to watch as he was eligible to play at under-11 level, which he also won, with Taylor Kyme the winner of the under-11 girls division.

Kaiden DeSilva was the youngest winner of the day beating Cameron Shailer into second in the boys under-9 category.

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Published December 20, 2022 at 7:22 am (Updated December 20, 2022 at 7:22 am)

Youngsters make racket at Junior Squash Championships

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