Mar 01, 2012 Sports
The Guyana Badminton Association/National Sports Commission Annual
Junior Mashramani Tournament continued at the Queens College Badminton Courts on Monday and concluded on Tuesday. The Tournament started on Friday February 17.
Greer Jackson got the better of the impressive Priyanna Ramdhani in the Girls U-17 final. She also claimed the U-19 crown. Nicholas Ali beat Narayan Ramdhani to claim the U-19 crown.
In results from matches played on the finals two days of the competition:
Under-17 Girls Singles Semi-Finals:
Greer Jackson defeated Varsha Boodram: 21-10, 21-8
Priyanna Ramdhani defeated Angelica Holder: 21-12, 13-21, 19-21
Under-17 Girls Singles Finals:
Greer Jackson defeated Priyanna Ramdhani: 21-18, 21-15
Under-17 Girls Singles Third Place:
Angelica Holder defeated Varsha Boodram: 21-17, 21-17
Under-19 Boys Singles Quarter Finals:
Nicholas Ali defeated Ryan Amir: 21-9, 21-10
Avinash Odit defeated Sanjave Singh: 21-10, 21-12
Christopher Persaud defeated Jonathan Mangra: 21-14, 21-9
Narayan Ramdhani defeated Jonathan Hohenkirk: 21-11, 21-13
Under: 19 Boys Singles Semi-Finals:
Nicholas Ali defeated Avinash Odit: 21-11, 21-10
Narayan Ramdhani defeated Christopher Persaud: 21-15, 22-20
Under-19 Boys Singles Finals:
Nicholas Ali defeated Narayan Ramdhani: 21-11, 21-19
Under-19 Girls Singles Semi-Finals:
Greer Jackson defeated Tricia Ramjit: 21-12, 21-6
Angelica Holder defeated Pricilla Moore: 21-14, 21-16
Under-19 Girls Singles Finals:
Greer Jackson defeated Angelica Holder: 21-13, 21-18
Under-19 Girls Singles Third Place:
Pricilla Moore defeated Tricia Ramjit: 21-5, 21-9
The Presentation of prizes will be made to the 1, 2 & 3 placed winners on Monday March 5 at 6:00pm.
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