Jordan Creed, Katie Cox and Milo Butler secure squash titles for Norfolk

Broadland Sports Club near Great Yarmouth hosted the first Norfolk Junior Squash Open for some time and produced great matches, a few upsets and three champions from Norfolk.

The only all-Norfolk final took place in the boys' under-13 event, where unseeded Milo Butler put out the fourth and first seeds to reach the final. William Henden (second) had narrowly beaten Connor Adams (third) but also fell foul of Butler, who picked up an unexpected yet well deserved 3-1 victory.

Norfolk gained their second champion in the girls' under-U11 event where Katie Cox saved numerous game balls in her semi-final against Amberly MacKenzie (Norfolk), before winning both that match and a comfortable final over Evie Lawrence from Suffolk.

The boys' under-19 event proved an extremely competitive affair, in which Jordan Creed became Norfolk's third champion with an excellent 3-1 win over an over-worked Thomas Blair (Cambs).

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