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21/10/2014
Bexley Open 2014

Bexley Open 2014
15-19 Oct, Bexley, UK, $5k
Round One
18 Oct
Quarters
18 Oct
Semis
19 Oct
Final
19 Oct
[1] Ben Coleman (Eng)
11/9 11/7 9/11 11/8 (75m)
[wc] Ben Ford (Eng)
Ben Coleman
11/9 11/9 11/9 (57m)
George Parker
Ben Coleman
11-9, 11-6, 11-5
Dougie Kempsell
Ben Coleman
11/3, 11/4, 9/11, 11/4
Richie Fallows
[8] Alex Ingham (Eng)
 11/5 11/9 11/8 (40m)
[Q] George Parker (Eng)
[7] Kevin Moran (Sco)
8/11 16/14 11/9 11/8(65m)
Tristan Eysele (Rsa)
Kevin Moran
 11/3 11/3 3/11 11/3 (48m)
Dougie Kempsell
[3] Dougie Kempsell (Sco)
11/4 7/11 7/11 11/7 11/6 (62m)
James Earles (Eng)
Steve London (Eng)
11/2 11/1 11/5( 25m)
[4] Mike Harris (Eng)
Mike Harris
11/7 11/4 8/11 8/11 11/8 (69m)
Chris Fuller
Chris Fuller
11-8, 11-6, 11-9
Richie Fallows
[Q] Ben Grindrod (Nzl)
14/12 11/8 11/6 (55m)
[5] Chris Fuller (Eng)
Adam Auckland (Eng)
11/3 11/5 11/1 (23m)
 [8] Reuben Phillips (Eng)
Reuben Phillips 11/7 11/4 11/8( 46mins)
Richie Fallows
Lyle Fuller (Eng)
11/7 11/6 11/3 (35m)
[2] Richie Fallows (Eng)

RESULTS: PSA Challenger 5 The Park Estates Bexley Open, Bexley, England

Coleman Captures Bexley Open Crown

#PSAWorldTour

In an all-English final that brought the inaugural The Park Estates Bexley Open to a climax in the English county of Kent, it was top seed Ben Coleman who prevailed to win the PSA Challenger 5 squash event at Bexley Tennis Squash & Racketball Club in Bexley.

Coleman's final opponent was fellow Essex man Richie Fallows, the reigning European junior champion from Stratford in East London.

Fallows, the 19-year-old second seed, was celebrating his second appearance in a Tour final, while Coleman, 23, was marking his ninth.

"The first game was a nightmare for Richie, making mistake after mistake," explained tournament promoter Ben Ford. "Ben closed out the game at 10-3 with a great backhand cross court nick."

Coleman coasted to the second and was 6-3 up in the third when a blood injury to the favourite caused a delay in the match. It was Fallows that had the upper-hand on the return taking the game to reduce Coleman's lead.

"In the fourth game Richie was pumped up but Ben nullified everything he had to offer and closed out the match 11-4 to claim the title 3/1," Ford concluded.

The 11-3, 11-4, 9-11, 11-4 marks the fourth Tour title of Coleman's career all of which he has won this year.
 


 

 

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