Kevin Ng and Samuel Li claim their second title of the season

It’s a good start for Ng and Li so far as they win their second title of the season. They beat Hindle/Sands +21 (21-9 21-3 8-21 5-1) in the final, where they dominated in table tennis and badminton to create a big lead. They got quite a few points in squash against two squash players, which meant that they only needed 5 points in tennis.

King/Raiski beat Canty/Wiggin to secure the bronze medal +18 (21-4 21-6 6-21 5-4).

Men’s Doubles

The singles finals are decided

There were no upsets in the first round of the men’s singles, as all seeds got through their first rounds with little to no tennis. Top seed Sion Wiggin beat Feanor Siaguru +24 (21-3 21-7 13-21) to set up a meeting with Kevin Ng, who defeated Rhodri Robers (24 (21-3 21-7 11-19) in his first round. The last time they played at the World Championshps earlier this year it was a close match that went to Wiggin (11-21 7-21 21-3 21-10). Ng started well taking table tennis 21-8 and badminton 21-6, before Wiggin bounced back taking squash 21-3. Unfortunately due to rain the match has to be continued tomorrow morning.

Home favourite Leigh Sands got the better of Julian Main by +23 (11-21 21-6 21-3). His semi-final opponent was Duncan Stahl, Stahl beat Graham Babcock +16 (21-15 19-21 21-6 3-6). Unfortunately Sands had to retire halfway through squash in the semi-finals, leaving the score at +11 (21-8 21-18 6-11). Get well soon Leigh!

Joyce Chan is in another final after winning both her group matches. She beat Angela Edwards +50 (21-3 21-3 21-8) and Carolyn Boukogiannis +29 (21-1 21-4 13-21). She now faces Amke Fischer who also won all her group matches. Fischer beat Sultana +25 (21-2 21-5 10-10) and Maz Moxey +55 (21-1 21-2 21-5).

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