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Pinehill Lucelec National Independence Tennis Tournament 2018 results day 3

Play started early Saturday morning with the junior 10s taking to the courts from 8:00am. Yannick Rene from Martinique defeated Nathanael Charles 6-2.

In the girls 14s Jorja Mederick defeated Lailah Mathurin 4-0 4-1. Mederick also went on to defeat Sarah Joseph 4-0 4-0. Saige Charlmagne defeated Jonas Sylvester in the boys 14s securing him a spot in the main draw.

In the boys 14s Arden Rosemond defeated Charles Greenidge in straight sets without losing a game or set making him the #1 seed in the main draw. Orlando Augustin defeated Petterson George securing him a spot in the main draw. Saneil Bernard former national 12 & under player defeated Corey Charles from the Tiger InFlow Academy 4-2 4-1.

In the girls 12 & under Alannah Bousquet defeated Brianna Jn Baptiste in straight sets 4-0 4-1, Bousquet also went on to beat Mahkya Suffren in straight sets 4-0 4-0 making her the number one seed in the main draw. Iyana Paul defeated Amelia Rosemond 4-0 4-1.

Saige Charlemagne secured his spot in the main draw of the boys 16 & under by defeating Petterson George in straight sets 5-3 4-1.Troy Joseph defeated Devin Rocke 4-0 4-0. Joey Angeloni defeated Tariiq Ricketts in straight sets 4-0 4-1 making him the #1 seed the main draw. Kervy Lionel defeated Corey Charles.

Brandon Eugene secured a number 2 position in his round robin group allowing him to make the main draw semifinal of the boys 12 & under.

Jason Hunte defeated Jonas Sylvester in a very tight match which went to three sets. Hunte won the first set 4-2 with Sylvester winning the second set 4-2. The deciding set was won by Hunte in a tie break 10-6.

Iesha Emile played Aviona Edmund in the women open category defeating her in straight sets. Edmund one of our promising junior player fought a great fight against more experience player Emile but was unable to pull through.

The St. Lucia Tennis Association thanks the entire tennis fraternity for the support; coaches, officials, tournament director referee parents and the media.

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