Harding again gets better of Sarah Lewis

Makeda Harding showed that her victory over Sarah Lewis in the Kraft Skill level tournament was no fluke as she again was victorious over her opponent Thursday night as the Guyana Squash Association/Woodpecker Products National Junior championships continued at the Georgetown Club.

Thursday night, however Harding had to go the full distance to secure the win over Harris. Harding won the first game 11 – 7 but Lewis rallied to win the second 11 – 6 and then the third 11 – 7.

The fourth game could have gone either way but Harding scraped through winning 11 – 8 then closed out the match with an 11 – 7  win in the fifth.

Taylor Fernandes secured two wins in the girls Under 17 category firstly taking care of Rebecca Low scores being 11 – 9, 11 – 1, 11 – 3 and then

shortly after beating Savannah Mendes 11 – 2, 11 – 2, 11 – 3.

Anthony Islam suffered mixed fortunes during the evening as he defeated Gianni Carpenter 11 – 3, 11 – 5, 11 – 0 in the Boys Under 13 category but

lost to Alex Cheeks  in a very competitive match 3 – 11, 11 – 5, 3 – 11, 4 – 11 in the Boys Under 15 category. His twin brother Daniel also suffered

mixed fortunes during the evening. In the Boys Under 13 category he defeated John Phang 11 – 2, 11 – 6, 11 – 0 but lost to Shemane Griffith 11 -2, 11 –

4, 11 – 4 in his boys Under 15 match.

Full results:-

Girls Under 11

Paige Fernandes beat Beau Fernandes 11/3 11/8

Kirsten Gomes beat Aliyah Persaud 11/4 11/6

Madison Fernandes defeated Haley Carpenter 11/3 11/0

 

Boys Under 11 Novices

James Mekdeci defeated Tome Reis 11/7 11/6

Liam Carpenter defeated Chad DeAbreu 11/8 20/18

Boys Under 11

Shomari Wiltshire defeated Nechemiyah Levans 11/2 11/2

Nechemiyah Levans defeated Nathan Rahaman 11/6 11/6

Ethan Jonas beat Gareth DaSilva 11/1 11/0

Zachary Persaud beat Gareth DaSilva 11/5 11/2

Demetrius DeAbreu defeated Michael Alphonso 11/8 2/11 11/2

Dominic Collins defeated Rajiv Lee 11/5 11/7

Boys Under 13

Shomari Wiltshire defeated Lucas Jonas 11/5 11/2 11/2

Daniel Islam beat John Phang 11/2 11/6 11/0

Anthony Islam beat Gianni Carpenter 11/3 11/5 11/0

Girls Under 13/15

Rebecca Low beat Maya Collins 11/1 11/6 11/7

Savannah Mendes beat Jamila DaSilva 11/1 11/2 11/2

Makeda Harding defeated Sarah Lewis 11/7 6/11 7/11 11/8 11/7

Boys Under 15

Shemane Griffith beat Daniel Islam 11/2 11/4 11/4

Alex Cheeks beat Anthony Islam 11/3 5/11 11/3 11/4

Girls Under 15/17

Taylor Fernandes beat Savannah Mendes 11/2 11/2 11/3

Taylor Fernandes beat Rebecca Low 11/9 11/1 11/3

Boys Under 17

Ben Mekdeci defeated Michael Ramroop 11/2 11/5 11/1

Alec Melville defeated Matthew Phang 11/7 11/5 11/6

Boys Under 19

Nyron Joseph defeated Jael Gaskin 11/3 11/3 11/3

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