Here’s a recap of Canada Junior Nationals, held this past weekend in Burlington, Ontario Canada.
Trackie site for Canadian Jr Nationals: https://www.trackie.com/…/racquetball-canada…/471134/…
(In case you’re wondering why Racquetball Canada has gone to a different system than R2sports … it has to do with Canadian data privacy laws for its players. R2 is not housed within Canada, so they had to switch to a Canadian-housed solution).
Congrats to the following Boys singles finalists for team Canada
(click here: http://rball.pro/5B9265 for a Matrix of all Canada boy’s titlists loaded into the database currently, dating to 2014 or so. We will do the 2021 data entry later this week while on travel):
- Boys 18U: Nathan Jauvin over Naman Gauri
- Boys 16U: Christian Pocsai over Matthew Hudson
- Boys 14U: Asher Pocsai over Raphael Guillemette
- Boys 12U: not competed
- Boys 10U: not competed
- Boys 8U: not competed
This is the 6th junior nationals title for Jauvin, who is in his age 17 season so he has one more shot to extend his collection of tities. This is the 4th title for Christian Pocsai and the 3rd for Asher Pocsai.
For Doubles, we’re assuming the two singles finalists in 18U and 16U will be the doubles team. In Boys 14U, the two singles finalists Pocsai/Guillemette teamed up to win a small round robin to win the Doubles title.
Congrats to the following Girls Singles finalists for team Canada
(click here: http://rball.pro/8DDB63 for a Matrix of all Canada girls’s titlists loaded into the database currently, dating to 2014 or so)
- Girls 18U; Juliette Parent over Zoe Chopnick
- Girls 16U: Tamara Wilscam over Ofelia Wilscam
- Girls 14U: Chloe Jauvan wins the RR, Alaya Buller 2nd.
- Girls 12U: not competed
- Girls 10U: not competed
- Girls 8U: not competed
This is Parent’s 4th junior national title, Tamara’s 3rd, and Chloe’s 5th.
Congrats to tournament director Jennifer Saunders for another successful Canadian national tournament.
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