|Sara Khan awarded her award for winning the |
Play began on Friday at 4pm and continued straight through until Sunday afternoon. Once again, Windsor had many players competing (19) and all the Windsor players represented themselves in an exemplary manner. Ananya Maheshwari continues her domination of the Girl's U11. Ananya has yet to lose a game in this division this year.
The last match of the tournament saw David Mill try and make it 2 for 2 in Gold tournaments. David cruised to an effortless 2-0 lead before his opponent began attacking and forcing David into making some critical errors. Game 5 was tight all the and ended up having to go to extra points. Unfortunately, David could not hold on. Despite the loss it was an excellent match.
A big thanks goes out to Anis Khan for arranging to have many dignitaries come out and join us for the evening including Mayor Drew Dilkens and MP Brian Masse. Not only was the food great, supplied by Windsor Palace, but the evening provided the perfect opportunity to hand out some well-deserved awards. A new plaque was created to honour the previous junior club champions. As well, in what we hope will be an ongoing traditon, the first ever school bursary was awarded to 3 of our oldest juniors who have moved on to other academic challenges. Congratulations to David Mill, Marcus Moceri and Stefan Houbtchev.
Despite all the great squash, the most gratifying moments from the weekend were all of the
Any matches that were played on Court #2 were streamed and can be seen here. Also, here are all the pictures from the weekend. Complete results of the weekend can be found here.