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Scottish Junior Squash Open 2009/10

 The Scottish Junior Open (Mon 28th Dec – Thurs 31st Dec) is part of the European Junior Tour and once again has attracted some of Scotland’s and the Worlds Top names from all age groups.

The Jordanian Brothers Mohammad and Ahmad Alsaraj will lead the charge in the Boys U13 and U15 as they have European rankings of No.#2 and No.#1 respectively in their age groups.

To see how everyone is getting on click on the age category you’re interested in:

Boys’ Results – U19  U17  U15  U13  U11      Girls’ Results – U19  U17  U15  U13  U11

The Scottish Harrow Juniors are led by Kirsty Lobban (from Inverness) who is ranked No.#30 in Europe’s U15 girls, Rosie Allan (from Aberdeen) who is currently the girls No.#56 at U17 and Chris Leiper (also from Aberdeen) who is ranked as the U17 European No.#61 – as well as Scotland’s No.#4 U19 Gillian Crawford from Perth.

And not forgetting David Lloyd’s own Morgan McGuire with a U17’s European Ranking of No.#35 (as well as Jason Lang and Ben Mazzucco who are No.#125 and No.#194 respectively and Doug Macmillan is making his debut in this competition). Edinburgh’s Chris Ferguson, who is currently No.#31 and in his last year of junior squash, is no doubt hoping to make a major impact on this years tournament.

Good luck to all the Scottish juniors and I look forward to reporting on their successes.

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  1. January 3, 2010 at 7:16 pm

    Great to see so much going on for the youngsters and a well done to the two lads from Next Gen (Douglas and Ben). Best of luck for the year to come.

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