4th -6th March 2016
461 junior squash players (under 11, under 13, under 14, under 16 and under 19 ) will converge on Bloemfontein on Friday 4th March when the annual Bloemfontein Open Junior Championships will be played at various venues in the city.
Parktown Boys High School learner, Wayne Sithole, who collected the Prince S A Open Junior title two weeks ago in Johannesburg heads the boys’ under 19 seedings followed by John Kuhn (FS), Callan Hall (N) and Makhosonke Ntuli (CG). All four finished in the top 4 at Prince.
Noel Lee (Epworth Girls High, KZN), also victorious in the Prince S A Open is the number 1 seed in the girls Under 19, with Panashe Sithole (St. Mary’s, Waverley, Johannesburg) runner–up in the Prince in the second slot. Jennifer Preece (N C) is the third seed and Kescia Scorgie (NFS) fourth.
Mikael Clayton (N) and Izanne Louw (FS) top the under 16 seedings with Border’s Tristan Worth and Western Province’s Jordyn Campbell leading the under 14 entries.
- Boys: Under 19 : 1 Wayne Sithole (CG), 2 John Kuhn (FS) , 3 Callan Hall (N), 4 Makhosonke Ntuli (CG).
- Under 16: 1 Mikael Clayton (N), 2 Amulekani Zitha (CG), 3 Gerard Mitchell (EP), 4 Siphele Mini (EP)
- Under 14: 1 Tristan Worth (Bor),2 Jacques Duminy (WP), 3 Dean Venter (EP), 4 Muzi Buthelezi (CG)
- Under 13: 1 Damian Groenewald (N), 2 Dylan Niemack (NW)
- Under 11: 1 Liam van der Merwe (N), 2 Joshua Hoatson (Kzn)
- Girls: Under 19: 1 Noel Lee (KZN), 2 Panashe Sithole (CG), 3 Jennifer Preece (NC), 4 Keschia Scorgie (NFS)
- Under 16: 1 Izanne Louw (FS), 2 Helena Coetzee (N), Teagan Roux (Bor), 5 Danell Douglas (EP)
- Under 14: 1 Jordyn Campbell (WP), 2 Kirsten Lyons (Bor), 3 Hannah McBride (E), 4 Jeanemie Vorster (NFS)
- Under 13: 1 Elske Garbers (NFS), 2 Danja van Rhyn (NFS)
- Under 11: 1 Awande Malinga (N), 2 Isabella Myburgh (FS)