European U15/U17 Team Championships 2003
European Junior Double
England secured both titles in the European Junior U15/U17 Team Squash Championships in Antwerp, Belgium, to finish the season with all three junior team titles in the continent after winning the U19 trophy for the 19th year in a row in Germany in April.
England retained the U17 title after upsetting top seeds Germany 2-1 in the final. After British U17 champion Rachel Willmott put the team ahead with a 9-3 9-3 9-1 victory over Pamela Hathaway, 16-year-old Chris Simpson, from Guernsey, became England's hero for the second time in six weeks when he beat Germany's Mathias Maierhofer 9-1 9-1 9-3 to clinch the title for his country. In the U19 final, he won the deciding match to give England a dramatic victory over the Netherlands.
In the final 'dead rubber' in Antwerp, Germany's Simon Rosner beat Surrey's Tom Richards 4-9 9-2 9-2.
There was a disappointing climax to the U15 event when France forfeited the tie to top seeds England after it was discovered that the third seeds had been playing in the wrong team order. It was England's first victory in the event for three years.
 England bt  Germany 2-1
Tom Richards lt Simon Rosner 9/4, 2/9, 2/9
Chris Simpson bt Mathias Mayerhofer 9/1, 9/1, 9/3
Rachel Willmot bt Pamela Hathaway 9/3, 9/3, 9/1
 GERMANY 3  NETHERLANDS 0
 ENGLAND 2  BELGIUM 1
 GERMANY 2  WALES 1
 NETHERLANDS 2  FRANCE 1
 BELGIUM 2  SWEDEN 1
 ENGLAND 3  SWITZERLAND 0