England`s Roy Brown defeated Andy Keen, also from England, to win this years Malta Open. In the ladies event it was also an all english affair with Kerry Simmonds beating Lakeside qualifier Wendy Reinstadtler to take the title. Last 8 Men: 1. Roy Brown England 2. Andy Keen England 3.
It was home wins all the way in the Lithuanian Open at the weekend with Arunas Ciplys winning the mens singles and Erika Bagdonaviciene taking the ladies title. Last 8 Men: 1 Arunas Ciplys (Lithuania) 2 Stig Jarle Knudsen (Norway) 3 Madars Razma (Latvia) 3 Dainius Ivanavicius (Lithuania) 5 Darius
Polands Krzysztof Ratajski won the mens singles title in the Latvian Open and Swedens Maud Jansson took the ladies title. Krzysztof beat Peter Sajwani from Sweden 3 sets to nil and Maud beat Polands Karolina Podgorska by 2 sets to nil.
It was “double dutch” in Flanders at the weekend as Fabian Roosenbrand took the mens singles title and Karin Krappen took the ladies. Fabian overcame home favourite Kim Huybrechts in the mens final and Karin also faced the home favourite in the ladies, Lakeside debutante, Patricia de Peuter. LAST 8
Scott Waites proved too strong for the rest of the field in Prague at the weekend as he took the Czech Open mens singles title. He defeated fellow Englishman Dean Winstanley 6 – 2 in the final. The ladies title was won by Karin Krappen. She beat Lorraine Farlham in
Youth Singles Semi-Finals Stephen Bradley (N.I ) 2 v 0 Darnell McCrory (N.I ) Richard Hasson (N.I ) 2 v 1 Lee Stewart (N.I ) Final Stephen Bradley 2 v 0 Richard Hasson Women’s Singles Last 8 Mandy Anderson (Scot) 3 v 0 Jean Gillespie (N:I) Denise Cassidy (N:I) 3 v 0 Jackie O’Neill
Australia have won the Asia Pacific Cup title finishing with 266 points. Japan took second with a very narrow 2 point advantage over New Zealand in 3rd place. WINNERS: Ladies Pairs: Corrine Hammond / Lavinia Hogg, Australia Ladies Singles: Jannette Jonathan, New Zealand Mens Pairs: Anthony Fleet / Geoff Kime,
Martin Adams made it three in a row when he beat Englands Stuart Kellet in the final of the 2010 Winamu World Masters in Hull. Having overcome a spirited Martin McCloskey in the semi final 6 – 3, Martin went on to beat Stuart 7 – 3 to retain his title.
Martin Adams remains on course for his 3rd. successive Masters title as he came through 2 close matches yesterday to win his place in the semi finals. He was pushed all the way to the deciding leg by Jan Dekker, Netherlands in the last 16 before winning from England teammate
Robin Curry has won the ladies singles title in Ontario last weekend. She beat fellow Canadian Trish Grzesik in the final. Jerry Hull proved too strong for the other entries in the men`s singles when he took the title, defeating Dan Olson in the final. LAST 8 MEN:1 Jerry Hull2