Sun 31st Oct, Finals Day
There were several multiple winners – Jonah Bryant, Alexander Broadbridge, Torrie Malik and Amelie Howarth to name a few – while some were claiming their first EJC title, including Boys U19 winner Finnlay Withington and the new U11 Champions.
A little more to follow later, in meantime you can browse the results, Instagram posts and Photo Gallery.
Sat 30-Oct, Day THREE, Quarters & Semis
Six of Sunday’s finals will be contested by the top two seeds, and in the other four the top seed will face a 3/4 seed with Sam Osborne-Wylde (B19), Torrie Malik (G19), Bella Gohani (G11) and Joshua Filmore (B11) claiming unexpected places in the finals.
Sunday’s finals start at 9am at the University of Nottingham’s David Ross Sports Village.
Fri 29-Oct : Day TWO
After an opening day which saw preliminary matches in four of the Boys’ categories, Day Two featured two rounds in the Boys’ and Girls’ U13/15/17/19 categories which saw the quarter-finalists decided.
There was a solitary seeding upset as all but one of the top four seeds won through to their respective last eights, the exception being Chester Dockray‘s comeback from two games down to beat B15 3/4 seed James Lee.