Successful WC Trial

Ray Jordan (CM Stringers) won his first ever National Championship.

Jordan first played racketlon in October 2003 and it is quite fitting that over 10 years later he becomes a national champion.

Jordan is quoted to have said "I've reach SWT Doubles finals and even been victorious and even reached an SWT Semi Final in Singles." Jordan continues - "This title however means a great deal and was an honour to win at World Champs venue Surrey Sports Park".

Barbara Capper was also pleased to get one over on young superstar Hannah Boden. Matej Dohnal (Sheffield Hallam) beat Josh Kashdan (Brunel) in the first ever university competition with Eszter Dora Soos (Bath) beating Charlotte Jackson (Cambridge) on the Ladies side.

Most importantly the players loved the venue with on site accommodation and perfect playing conditions.

A huge thankyou as always to the tournament office. Morag Sime and Louise Boyland were unbelievable and the tournament ran very smoothly indeed. A special mention to Leone McKinley who put in a formidable amount of effort into the build up to the event and thanks also to Calum Reid.

The staff at Surrey Sports Park were very helpful. 

The Tournament Organisation are very happy with the World Champs dummy run.

Winners below. Full results here

Winners
University - Women
1
Great BritainEszter Dóra Soós
2
Great BritainCharlotte Gabrielle Jackson
3
Great BritainWing Yi Tang
Men A - Elite
1
EnglandRay Jordan [2]
2
Great BritainDuncan Warwick Stahl [1]
3
Great BritainJosh Kashdan
University - Men A
1
Czech RepublicMatej Dohnal [1]
2
Great BritainJosh Kashdan
3
EnglandAlexander Oliver [2]
Men A - Elite Doubles
1
EnglandJames Simpson
Great BritainPeter Smith
2
EnglandRay Jordan
Great BritainDuncan Warwick Stahl
3
Great BritainAlex Du Noyer

Great BritainJames Alexander Watkins

Women A - Elite
1
EnglandBarbara Capper [1]
2
Great BritainHannah Boden
3
EnglandJo Shelley
Mixed A - Elite Doubles
1
EnglandKeith Lesser
EnglandBarbara Capper
2
EnglandMark Jackson
Great BritainShayne Baillie
3
EnglandLuke Barnes
EnglandKatherine Jayne Barclay
U13
1
Great BritainRoss Ewan Wilson
2
Great BritainShareef Ahmad Wadud
3
Great BritainAlexander Khan
U16
1
EnglandLeon Griffiths
2
EnglandPiers Boden
3
Great BritainPatrick Middleton
Men Seniors +45
1
Great BritainRichard Middleton [1]
2
Great BritainEdward Harvey [2]
3
Great BritainRichard Boreham
Men Seniors +55
1
EnglandDuncan Marlow [1]
2
EnglandNigel MARTYN D'Arcy [2]
3
EnglandGlen Evans Pryce
Men B - Advanced
1
EnglandWill Coley
2
EnglandKurt Beaumont [3]
3
EnglandStuart Millman
University - Men B
1
EnglandHayden Lau
2
EnglandGeorge Roberts
3
Great BritainJonathan Edward Spinks
Men B - Amateur Doubles
1
EnglandAndy Griffiths
EnglandSimon James Iron
2
EnglandFabien Mauroy
Great BritainJens Weigel
3
Great BritainDavid Graham Partridge
EnglandColin Robert White
Women B - Amateur
1
Great BritainAlice Shimmin
2
EnglandAmanda Millman
3
EnglandAntonia Charalambous
Mixed B - Amateur Doubles
1
Great BritainAndrew Monk
Great BritainAlice Shimmin
2
EnglandFiona Sime
Great BritainMens B Spare Doubles Player 2
3
Great BritainMalc Bramley
EnglandJo Shelley
Men C - Amateur
1
EnglandMike Cooper
2
EnglandChristopher Poole [1]
3
WalesDylan Leigh
University - Men C
1
Great BritainJohn Watson
2
EnglandMark Daniel Osborn
3
Great BritainPratheek Athreya Badrinath
Men D - Beginner
1
EnglandBarrie glen Keeley
2
EnglandDave Close
3
Great BritainJacob Clarke