On a cold November Sunday the Swansea Bronze took place at Pentrehafod sports hall.
First up in the u11 girls singles Hannah Ahmed in a straight final won 15-5 15-1 against Ella Halsey.
The u11 boys singles Eli Owen took the gold with Zachary Morris the silver.
In the doubles Eli Owen and Krithik Baranidharan overcame Hector Bult and Zachary morris in a thrilling three setter 15-13 15-17 15-7.
In the u13 round robin singles three girls beat each other but it was Hannah Ahmed who took the gold on points from Sian Elin-Jones.
The boys singles Llwyd Crump overcame Eli Owen to take the Gold.
The girls doubles was a straight final with Sian Elin-jones and Makaila Weir- Wilks taking the gold from Hannah Ahmed and Ella Halsey.
The boys doubles was won by Llwyd Crump and Krithik Baranidharan from Faaris Ahmad and Joshua Humphries.
The under 15 boys singles had 12 entries but it was Nanditha Malagamuwa who eventually took the gold with a close 15-11 12-15 15-8 win over Llwyd Crump.
The doubles was won by LLwyd Crump and Nanditha Malagamawa from the twins Amay Patil and Eshaan Patil.
In the U17 girls singles Emily Carpenter took the gold from Emily Clara Goode while in the boys U17 Will ‘smash’ Jowett took the Gold from William Vaughan.
15-12 15-12 Will then teamed up with Andrew Salvador to win the doubles from Will Summors and Will Vaughan.
The U19 started with Emily Carpenter winning gold in the girls singles from Amandie Malagamawa. While in the boys singles Will Vaughan got revenge over Will Jowett by winning the Gold in what was probably the best and closest game of the day 19-21 15-13 16-14.
Thfinal match of the day was the Boys Doubles in which William Summors and William Vaughan won gold from Will Jowett and Raymond Tori-cousins.
Tournament organizer Huw John would like to thank all the players and parents for their participation and also Mark Davies, Dave Bendle and the ever present Ed Breen for their help on the day