GRAND PRIX

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BSPA Dulwich Open 2018
Men's Draw
16 Mar - 18 Mar
London, England
Round Two
16
Mar
Quarters
17 Mar
Semis
17
Mar
Final
18
Mar
[1] Angus Gillams
11/4 11/2 11/8
Michael Ross
Angus Gillams
11/2 11/9 11/9
Tim Garmer
Angus Gillams
11/5 11/9 11/3
Ben Ford
Angus Gillams
11/6 11/9 11/7
Abhay Singh
Anthony Rogal
11/8 10/12 11/6 11/9
[5/8] Tim Garner
[5/8] Ben Ford
16/14 3/11 11/8 11/7
Dan Zammit-Lewis
Ben Ford
w/o
Curtis Malik
 
Neal Brooker
11/6 11/2 11/7
[3/4]
Curtis Malik
[3/4] Lewis Walters
11/7 11/7 11/9
Steve London
Lewis Walters
11/8 8/11 11/4 11/6
James Wyatt
Lewis Walters
11/7 11/9 13/11
Abhay Singh
 
James Wyatt
11/6 11/6 11/5
Phil Nightingale
[5/8] Charlie Cowie
11/4 11/5 11/7
Luca Lasciarrea
Charlie Cowie
11/9 11/13 11/2 11/9
Abhay Singh
Josh Attwell
11/5 11/6 11/2
[2] Abhay Singh
Qualifying
Round One:
Michael Ross bt
Alisdair Shapcott 8/11 11/6 11/6 11/7
Anthony Rogal
bt Paul Broadberry 11/7 8/11 11/5 11/8
Dan Zammit-Lewis
bt Jacob Elweshi 11/5 11/3 11/2
Neal Brooker
bt Jack Mitterer 7/11 11/5 6/11 11/6 11/9
James Wyatt bt Brad Garrett w/d w/o
[5/8] Phil Nightingale bt Perry Malik 11/5 8/11 11/8 11/7
Luca Lasciarra bt Steve Mason 12/10 11/5 11/6
Josh Attwell bt Carlton Oldham 11/4 9/11 11/7 11/9
 
 
BSPA Dulwich Open 2017
Women's Draw
1 Mar - 18 Mar
London, England
Quarters
16
Mar
Semis
17
Mar
Final
18
Mar
Kace Bartley 
11/7 9/11 12/10 11/5
Margot Prow



Kace Bartley 
11/6 12/10 12/10
Margaux Pitarch

 
Kace Bartley 
11/4 11/6 11/9
Tory Temple- Murray
Margaux Pitarch 
11/3, 12/14, 11/6, 11/7
Margot Prow
Shayne Baillie 
5/11, 11/5, 14/12, 11/6
Bruna Marchesi
Bruna Marchesi
11/5 11/1 11/7
Bruna Marchesi
Shayne Baillie
11/3 11/2 11/6
Tory Temple-Murray 
REPORT
Dulwich Open sponsored by Dulwich Tandoori

The 2018 edition of the Dulwich Open sponsored by Dulwich Tandoori saw new winners engraved on the trophies as the club once again witnessed some high quality squash.

Top seed and World no.76 Angus Gillams was in ruthless form as he swept through the Menís draw without dropping a game, although Dulwich 1st team captain Tim Garner went close after a slow start in the Quarter Finals. Gillamsí opponent in the final was Indian World no.113 Abhay Singh. The second seed is now basing himself in Pontefract under the watchful eye of Malcom Willstrop and coped well with a couple of tricky matches enroute to the final. In particular at 3/8 in the third versus Jamaican Lewis Walters he kept a level head to pull things back and close out the match in straight games. However, in the final he found an opponent in excellent form and was always on the back foot as Gillams eased through to win and set himself up nicely for the PSA event in Nigeria next week.

The womenís title was also decided in straight games, with top seed and World no.93 Kace Bartley beating World no.128 Tory Temple-Murray. The latter is recovering from snapping her Achilles a year ago and looked in impressive form in the pool matches, but found Bartley tough to break down in the final. She got a lead in the third, but Bartley edged her way back winning a crucial rally at 9-9 to set up a match point which she closed out at the first attempt.

The trophies were presented by members Mariam Emanuel and Greg Wallyn. The Dulwich Club was a superb host to the final BSPA event of the regular season, the players commentating how welcoming they had been made to fee. Players were fed and housed for free, and capacity crowds came along to support the players. Thanks to main sponsor Dulwich Tandoori, referee Paul Clarke and the members who had helped raise the bulk of the prize fund.
 

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