Tristan Eysele (Rsa)
11/6, 11/4, 12/10
 Michael Harris (Eng)
11/6, 16/14, 11/9
Miroslav Celler (Svk)
11/5, 12/10, 11/8  Joel Hinds (Eng)
PSA Challenger 5City Hall PSA Challenger
Anadia, Anadia, Portugal
Wins PSA Portugal Prize
England's Tom Ford claimed a surprise second PSA World Tour title
this year when he beat Frenchman Geoffrey Demont in the final of the
City Hall PSA Challenger Anadia, the inaugural PSA Challenger 5
squash event at Complexo Desportivo de Anadia in Anadia, Portugal.
Seeded three, 20-year-old Ford made his breakthrough in the
semi-finals when he recorded his first ever win over English rival
Joel Hinds, the No.2 seed ranked 27 places higher in the world.
Fifth seed Demont was celebrating his second Tour final this month
after arriving in Portugal fresh from a surprise title triumph in
last week's Romania International.
But Ford was unstoppable. The world No.99 despatched Demont 11-5,
11-3, 11-2 to secure his unexpected place on the winner's podium.
"I'm over the moon to have won my 2nd PSA Title here in Portugal,"
Gloucestershire man Ford (pictured below, left, with Demont) told
his fans on Facebook. "Could not have wished for a better start to
"Always tough to play a close friend in the final but you've also
had a dream start to the season! Geoffrey Dmt! David Ford and
Barbara Piranty thank you again for your unfaltering support through
the good times and the bad - not only with regard to squash.
"Thank you to Hadrian Stiff for being a mentor, friend, and so much
more than a coach. Thank you to my sponsors Joel U Shields, Simon
Firkins and Bristol Chiropractic Clinic - it's incredible to have
such an amazing team to work with."