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Kiwis Claim Finals Berths at Oceania Junior Championships Image-1 (1) (1)

The finals are set with Kiwis featuring in all but 2 of the age groups at the 2018 Oceania Junior Championships at the PCYC Centre in Brisbane.

In the Under 11 Boys 2017 winner Matthew Growcott has continued to dominate his Pool Play and will play the 2nd seed in hopes of reclaiming his title.

The Under 13 Boys title will be coming across the ditch with Tom Marchall the 2nd seed joining Freddie Jameson the 5th seed in the final with a tight match sure to be had.

Sophie Hodges has topped her Pool Play in the Under 13 Girls and looks set to face fellow Kiwi Ella Lash if Lash takes a final win in her Pool Play today which will guarantee another title returning to NZ.

The Under 15 Boys sees all of our Kiwi players out with 4th seed Riley-Jack Vette-Blomquist losing out in the semi-finals to the top seed Gregory Chan.

The Under 15 Girls title is guaranteed to come back to New Zealand after 4th seed Jena Gregory took out the top seed Katie Davies and Natlie Sayes the 3rd seed took out Ella Burge the 2nd seed.

8th Seed Elijah Thomas has continued his good form in the Under 17 Boys after taking out the 2nd seed and the 5th seed to make his way to the final where he will take on the 3rd seed Kerwin Teh of Malaysia.

The Under 17 Girls saw Georgia Robcke go down in a hard fought 5 to top seed Mackenzie Sleep whilst Winona-Jo Joyce was able to upset the 2nd Seed Hayley Hankinson to secure a spot in the final.

Lwamba Chileshe has held his seeding to date and made his way to the final of the Under 19 Boys, brother Temwa was unable to take out third seed Lachlan Coxsedge of Australia in the Quarter-finals going down in 4.

In the Under 19 Girls Anika Jackson took her win over fellow Kiwi Courtney Trail in 5 to make her way through to the finals, whilst Zoe Dykzeul went down in 3 to the top seed Alex Haydon.

The final day kicks off at 9am Brisbane time and the full draws and results for the 2018 Oceania Junior Championship can be viewed here.

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