The Swansea Junior Shuttle 2016 Report

The Swansea Junior Shuttle took place on the weekend where the spectators were treated to many exiting and high quality games.

First up was the U17 Boys Singles with 19 entries and 5 groups there were many very close games. Eventually, it came down to the semi finals where Archie Bult overcame Ieuan Phillips and Dan Kite Beat tom Morgan. The final was of high quality with Archie edging it  15-10  15-11.

The girls singles was won by Cherise Lau winning the group from Amandie Malagamaue.


The Boys Doubles had 3 groups which resulted in a final which was the last  and probably the best game of the day where Archie Bult and Jonathan Ewins edged Dan Kite and Arnav Patil in a marathon 14-16 15-13 15-12.

The girls doubles group was won by Ela Morante and Amandie Malagamaue.

The U19 boys singles was won in the group by Tomos Jones with a 21-20 win over Ieuan Phillips.

Cherise Lau overcame Megan Isaac in the girls singles.

Tomos Jones teamed up with William Hughes to win the  boys doubles while Cherise Lau and Megan Isaac won the Girls Doubles.

The U11 boys singles saw Amay Patil winning against his brother Eishaan 15-13 15-3   They then teamed up in the doubles tobeat Hector Bult andJosh Barton.

The U13 Boys Singles final saw Harper Leigh overturn his loss in the group to Nandith Malagamaua with a 15-13 15-5 win.

The Girls Singles was won by Chloe Barton from Maisy Kite.

Nye Bennett and Nandith Malagamaua beat Josh Barton and Leigh Harper to win the Boys Doubles whilst Chloe Barton and Sian Elin Jones overcame Maisy Kite and Ella Aston in the girls Doubles.

In the U15 Boys Singles Mathew Logan won the group from Kieren Gullick.

In the Girls Singles Lydia Ferris and Chloe Barton won their groups with Chloe winning the final  15-11 15-6.

They then teamed up in the doubles to win the group from Bethan Williams and Taja Gosh

Tournament organizer Huw John would like to thank the competitors and parents and also Mark Davies, Andy Woods, Neil Williams and Ed Breen for their help in making the tournament such a success.