Hedman’s double see her hit the magic 100 major ranking titles whilst Duzza and Robbo share the spoils at Selsey
Deta Hedman walked away with a fantastic double giving her the long awaited 100th major ranking final victory which was shortly followed by her 101st.
Hedman (28.14) clinched the National Singles title beating Lisa Ashton (26.86) 5-4 in a closely fought contest. Deta (26.29) beat Fallon Sherrock (26.97) 5-4 in the semi-final despite being 4-2 down whereas Lisa (26.79) edged out Lorraine Winstanley (26.65). Deta then later on in the evening clinched the Open Singles title (30.01) 5-2 against Aileen De Graaf (27.29). Deta (26.39) again came from 4-1 down to beat Anatasia Dobromyslova (24.26) 5-4 in the semi-final and Aileen (26.39) beat Trina Gulliver (25.37) 5-2 in the other semi.
So huge congratulations Deta for not only clinching the double this weekend but for hitting the magic 100 major ranking titles. A phenomenal achievement!
Gary Robson (27.58) whitewashed Dennis Harbour 6-0 to take the Men’s National Singles title. Gary (26.10) cruised past Paul Harvey (26.60) 6-2 in the first semi-final before Dennis (29.55) edged out Scott Mitchell (28.70) 6-4 in the other semi.
Glen Durrant (29.18) clinched the Men’s Open Singles title beating London’s Conan Whitehead (28.24) 6-3. Glen (31.37) beat Wales’ Wayne Warren (31.18) 6-4 in the first semi-final whilst Conan (32.15) beat Scott Mitchell (31.06) 6-3 in the other semi.
Earlier on, Lorraine Winstanley & Anastasia Dobromyslova (22.10) walked away as the Ladies Pairs champions edging past Deta Hedman & Rachel Brooks (22.59) and Darius Labanauskas & Madars Razma (31.31) claimed the Men’s Pairs title beating the Welsh duo Rhys Griffin and Ritchie Edwards (29.00) 3-0.
Yorkshire’s Beau Greaves (22.10) took the Girls Youth title beating Gloucestershire’s Amy Collins (16.97) 3-0 before Sussex’s Alex Gurr (19.34) beat Essex’s Adam Howard (21.80) 3-1 to claim the Boy’s Youth title.
By Matt Doe