Ireland finish in 7th place – Day 12 – World Junior Men's Champs

DAY 12 – Thursday 21st August

Ireland 2  V Finland 0

Ireland had a super win over Finland to secure 7th place in the World Junior Championships. Both Michael Craig and David Ryan had wins. Michael won 11-7, 11-2, 11-5 and David 8-11 11-9 11-3 7-11 11-7.  This is the highest finish for an Irish team since 1980 when Ireland came 6th. However there were only 9 teams playing in that event. There are 23 teams playing in this event.



IrelandIRL[IRL] – FIN[FIN] Finland: 2-0

Time: Thu 8/21/2014 1:00 PM
Draw: Team Championships – Teams 1-12
Score: 2-0


Match overview
Order Event IrelandIRL[IRL] FIN[FIN] Finland Score Points     Duration
1 MS1
Michael Craig Ireland[IRL]
Finland[FIN] Jami Äijänen
11-7 11-2 11-5 1-0     0:31
2 MS2
David Ryan Ireland[IRL]
Finland[FIN] Kristian Rautiainen
8-11 11-9 11-3 7-11 11-7 1-0     1:17
3 MS3
Oisin Logan Ireland[IRL]
Finland[FIN] Miko Äijänen


DAY 11 – Wednesday 20th August

Ireland 0 V India 2

Ireland played India and put up a good fight but lost 2-0.
Michael Craig started superbly taking first game 11-6 but the effects of the tournament started to show( 13 matches so far ) and he lost the next 3 games reasonably quickly.
Next on was Oisin Logan. This was a very tight match with Oisin honestly not getting just reward for his efforts. Two game balls in the first at 10-8 eventually losing 13-11. Tight second but lost 11-9 and again 4 game balls in the third but nothing to show for it losing 15-13. Great effort but just a little luck was also needed. India did not want to play the third match as it was a dead rubber. 
Today we play Finland in our last match to decide 7 th position. Match is at 1pm. Lots of luck needed !

IrelandIRL[IRL] – IND[IND] India: 0-2

Time: Wed 8/20/2014 6:00 PM
Draw: Team Championships – Teams 1-12
Score: 0-2


Match overview
Order Event IrelandIRL[IRL] IND[IND] India Score Points     Duration
1 MS1
Michael Craig Ireland[IRL]
India[IND] Kush Kumar
11-5 7-11 1-11 6-11 0-1     0:39
2 MS2
David Ryan Ireland[IRL]
India[IND] Madhav Dhingra
3 MS3
Oisin Logan Ireland[IRL]
India[IND] Velavan Senthilkumar
10-12 9-11 13-15 0-1     0:44

DAY 10 – Tuesday 19th August

Ireland 0 V Egypt 2

Fairly predictably Ireland’s U19’s lost to strong favouites, Egypt on Tuesday evening after a great win over France on Tuesday morning. That match was delayed from Monday evening after an injury to Oisin Logan which required stitches.

Both Michael Craig and David Ryan lost in straight games. Ireland now go on to the 5-8 place play offs vs. 4th seeds India on Wednesday @ 6pm Irish time..

For LIVE STREAMING CLICK HERE: Then click on ‘World Junior Squash Championships’ and then ‘Live Streaming’ both on the right side of the page.


EgyptEGY[EGY] – IRL[IRL] Ireland: 2-0

Time: Tue 8/19/2014 6:00 PM
Draw: Team Championships – Teams 1-12
Score: 2-0


Match overview
Order Event EgyptEGY[EGY] IRL[IRL] Ireland Score Points     Duration
1 MS1
Omar El Atmas Egypt[EGY]
Ireland[IRL] Michael Craig
11-9 11-4 11-3 1-0     0:37
2 MS2
Youssef Aboul-Makarim Egypt[EGY]
Ireland[IRL] David Ryan
11-6 11-3 11-6 1-0     0:30
3 MS3
Karim El Hammamy Egypt[EGY]
Ireland[IRL] Oisin Logan
11-5 5-11 11-9 1-0

Ireland bt France 2-0

Oisin Logan had a tough 5 setter on Monday evening. At game ball to Oisin in the 5th he got struck and needed stitches. So the match was postponed til Tuesday morning. Oisin only needed one rally to gain the first win. After Oisin’s win 11-8 in fifth , Michael bt August Daccord 11-7 in the fifth. Really super display by Michael and although playing a little bit in patches ( lost 4th game 11-4 ) he played really patient squash in fifth to win reasonably comfortably.
We play Egypt ( no. 1 seeds ) at 6pm again on centre court in quarter finals.
Match will be streamed live.

FranceFRA[FRA] – IRL[IRL] Ireland: 0-2

Time: Tue 8/19/2014 10:00 AM
Draw: Team Championships – Teams 1-12
Score: 0-2


Match overview
Order Event FranceFRA[FRA] IRL[IRL] Ireland Score Points     Duration
1 MS1
Auguste Dussourd France[FRA]
Ireland[IRL] Michael Craig
11-13 11-7 3-11 11-3 7-11 0-1     1:03
2 MS2
Enzo Corigliano France[FRA]
Ireland[IRL] David Ryan
3 MS3
Benjamin Aubert France[FRA]
Ireland[IRL] Oisin Logan
11-6 15-17 4-11 11-8 8-11 0-1     1:14

DAY 9 – Monday 18th August

Ireland lost 2-1 yesterday to Malaysia in final pool game but had already done enough to qualify for 1-12 playoffs.
We have been drawn to play France today at 6pm for a quarter final place. This match is on the glass centre court and streamed.

 For LIVE STREAMING CLICK HERE: Then click on ‘World Junior Squash Championships’ and then ‘Live Streaming’ both on the right side of the page.


DAY 8 – Sunday 17th August


MalaysiaMAS[MAS] – IRL[IRL] Ireland: 2-1

Time: Sun 8/17/2014 5:00 PM
Draw: Team Championships – Group E
Score: 2-1

 Ireland v Malaysia 1-2.
Michael Craig was first on and started slowly going 2-0 down. Both games were reasonably tight but every poor length Michael was punished clinically. In the third Michael’s length and discipline improved dramatically and it was his opponent who started to get frustrated and make errors. Michael took the third game 11-6. Fourth game was a real classic with both players playing superb squash with Michael eventually getting to 10-7 up and his opponent fighting back saving two game balls. At 10-9 Michael went return of serve at nick and hit an absolute roller ! What a way to clinch game ball ! Fifth game followed suit and Michael maintained quality length combined with disciplined short game eventually winning 11-9. Super win for Michael and great start for team.
Next on was Oisin Logan. Oisin started well with positive hitting and forced errors from a nervous opponent and gained game ball at 10-8 but failed to capitalise on them losing 12-10. Huge confidence boost for Malaysian who started to move the ball around the court with greater efficiency and control and put Oisin under huge pressure and took the second and third games quickly.
Deciding match , David Ryan started reasonably well and took an early lead 5-1 but his opponent started to fight back and with some super winning shots took the first game narrowly 12-10. David pushed the pace up in the second game hitting harder length but also stepping in to volley short much quicker. David took second game 11-6. In the third and fourth David was unable to maintain his accuracy , largely due to much tighter play from his opponent and some super defensive play. Mistakes crept in and David lost 11-6,11-5.

Match overview
Order Event MalaysiaMAS[MAS] IRL[IRL] Ireland Score Points     Duration
1 MS1
Mohammad Syafiq Kamal Malaysia[MAS]
Ireland[IRL] Michael Craig
11-8 11-9 6-11 9-11 9-11 0-1     1:10
2 MS2
Eain Yow Ng Malaysia[MAS]
Ireland[IRL] David Ryan
12-10 6-11 11-6 11-5 1-0     0:50
3 MS3
Darren Chan Ti Luun Malaysia[MAS]
Ireland[IRL] Oisin Logan
12-10 11-2 11-7 1-0     0:28


DAY 7 – Saturday 16th August

IrelandIRL[IRL] – ZIM[ZIM] Zimbabwe: 3-0

Time: Sat 8/16/2014 6:30 PM
Draw: Team Championships – Group E
Score: 3-0


Match overview
Order Event IrelandIRL[IRL] ZIM[ZIM] Zimbabwe Score Points     Duration
1 MS1
Michael Craig Ireland[IRL]
Zimbabwe[ZIM] Runyararo Kadyautumbe
11-6 11-3 11-7 1-0     0:20
2 MS2
David Ryan Ireland[IRL]
Zimbabwe[ZIM] Innocent Mukumba
11-5 11-2 11-6 1-0     0:22
3 MS3
Oisin Logan Ireland[IRL]
Zimbabwe[ZIM] Bryn Turk
11-2 11-5 11-4 1-0     0:20

Ireland bt Zimbabwe 3-0 to secure entrance into top 12 playoff. Reflectively easy Michael won 3-0 ( 11-7,11-6,11-5 ) David won 3-0 ( 11-5,11-3,11-4) Oisin won 3-0 (11-3,11-4,11-2 ).

We now play Malaysia to decide top spot in pool.

Ireland 2 v South Africa 1 

Ireland bt south Africa 2-1 in first pool match.
Michael was first on court and played super squash to start with totally dominating his opponent with clinical driving and some exquisite short balls. He won first game 11-6. He continued in the 2nd to lead 5-2 but a very gutsy performance from his opponent ( Laurence Khun – beat Oisin Logan 19-17 in the 4th in individual competition ) started to frustrate Michael and he started to make some unforced errors. He lost 2nd 9-11. Michael regained concentration and composure in 3rd and again dominated winning 11-6. 4th game was a series of errors with his opponent gaining confidence with each one led to him losing this game 6-11. Fifth game , Michael regained control and won 11-6.
David second on , beat Aubury   3-0. David played controlled squash and never let his opponent into this match 11-5,11-4,11-3.
Oisin had to play his opponent from yesterday’s plate final match where he lost 3-2 ( 13-11 in fifth ). Today’s match was a similar affair with really nothing between them. Result today after 85mins 9-11 in the fifth. Down again but solid performance which hopefully will bring him on for later in the tournament.



IrelandIRL[IRL] – RSA[RSA] South Africa: 2-1

Time: Sat 8/16/2014 12:30 PM
Draw: Team Championships – Group E
Score: 2-1


Match overview
Order Event IrelandIRL[IRL] RSA[RSA] South Africa Score Points     Duration
1 MS1
Michael Craig Ireland[IRL]
South Africa[RSA] Laurence Kuhn
9-11 11-4 11-6 11-13 11-2 1-0      
2 MS2
David Ryan Ireland[IRL]
South Africa[RSA] Aubrey Lawrence
11-5 11-5 11-4 1-0      
3 MS3
Oisin Logan Ireland[IRL]
South Africa[RSA] Jean-Pierre Van Der Merwe
4-11 13-11 10-12 11-9 9-11 0-1

Oisin Logan receiving his silver medal in the Plate.

DAY 6 – Friday 15th August

Oisin Logan lost 3-2 ( 12-10 , 10-12 , 11-9 , 10-12 , 11-13 ) in the final of plate event this morning. He played South African no 3 ( probably his opponent for tomorrow’ s first team match ). Oisin played well and while he was patient he got full reward but ultimately too many tins cost Oisin a winnable match.




Jean-Pierre Van Der Merwe South Africa[RSA]
Ireland[IRL] Oisin Logan
10-12 13-11 6-11 11-9 13-11     1:11


Right – Oisin Logan vs Jean Pierre Van Der Merwe


TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS – IRELAND’S POOL AND MATCHES Standings of Team Championships – Group E

    Points Played Won Draws Lost Matches Games Points
1 MAS[MAS] Malaysia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
1 IRL[IRL] Ireland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
1 RSA[RSA] South Africa 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
1 ZIM[ZIM] Zimbabwe 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Latest matches of Team Championships – Group E
  Time Home Away Score Court
  Sat 8/16/2014 12:30 PM Ireland [8]Ireland[IRL] South Africa[RSA] South Africa [16/18]   Wanderers – 3
  Sat 8/16/2014 12:30 PM Malaysia [5]Malaysia[MAS] Zimbabwe[ZIM] Zimbabwe [19/21]   Wanderers – 4
  Sat 8/16/2014 6:30 PM Malaysia [5]Malaysia[MAS] South Africa[RSA] South Africa [16/18]   Wanderers – 4
  Sat 8/16/2014 6:30 PM Ireland [8]Ireland[IRL] Zimbabwe[ZIM] Zimbabwe [19/21]   Wanderers – 1
  Sun 8/17/2014 2:00 PM South Africa [16/18]South Africa[RSA] Zimbabwe[ZIM] Zimbabwe [19/21]   Wanderers – 4
  Sun 8/17/2014 5:00 PM Malaysia [5]Malaysia[MAS] Ireland[IRL] Ireland [8]   Wanderers – CC


DAY 5 – Thursday 14th August

First on today was Nikita in the plate event. Unfortunatly he lost 3-0 to a Swede after his super win yesterday. Michael Craig lost 3-2 to Finn Jami Aijanen. Oisin Logan won when his opponent retired injured. David Ryan & Cillian Dunne weren’t playing today.

Tomorrow is a rest day.

For MATCH RESULTS CLICK HERE:  Go into WSF World Junior Champs on the right and then ‘Todays Matches’

Jami Äijänen Finland[FIN]
Ireland[IRL] Michael Craig [13/16]
11-4 13-15 11-6 3-11 11-3     0:54
Oisin Logan Ireland[IRL]
Sweden[SWE] Nils Lindgren
Tor Christoffersen Sweden[SWE]
Ireland[IRL] Nikita Gilevskiy
11-6 11-5 11-6     0:24


DAY 4 – Wednesday 13th August

First on today was Nikita in plate event. He beat German Sean Redmond 3-2. This was a super win for Nikita. He started slowly losing first game 11-6 but stuck to a game plan from there on and was more patient than I’ve seen him before. Second and third games saw Nikita work his opponent around the court rather than try hit winners and he won both 11-8, 11-7. Fourth he play was similar but was just a little slow on to the ball when he had created gaps that allowed his opponent to recover. He lost this game 11-9. In the fifth he stepped up quicker and totally dominated his opponent winning 11-5.
Great win for Nikita and a huge learning curve that will hopefully give him confidence and progress further.


In the other matches played on Wednesday there was another win for Nikita and two wins for both Michael Craig and Oisin Logan.

Michael Craig [13/16] Ireland[IRL]
India[IND] Velavan Senthilkumar
11-5 11-5 8-11 11-6     0:32
Nikita Gilevskiy Ireland[IRL]
Germany[GER] Sean Redmen
6-11 11-8 11-9 9-11 11-2     0:51


Oisin Logan Ireland[IRL]
New Zealand[NZL] Luke Jones
11-8 9-11 11-2 11-7     0:32
Michael Craig [13/16] Ireland[IRL]
U.S.A.[USA] Timothy Robert Brownell
9-11 11-6 11-6 11-8     0:51
Nikita Gilevskiy Ireland[IRL]
Namibia[NAM] Carel Olivier
11-3 11-4 11-3     0:16
Oisin Logan Ireland[IRL]
Kuwait[KUW] Mohammad Ali

DAY 3 – Tuesday 12th August

Oisin Logan had a tough match this morning vs a 5/8 seed Daniel Poleshchuk from Israel. Oisin started well but just got out played going down 11-8 11-4 11-2.

Michael Craig got back to winning ways today after a very tough 2 matches yesterday where he ran out of steam last night losing the second match having been 2-0 up. Today he won convincingly vs Columbian Santiago Orozco 11-8, 11-7, 11-1. He payed great squash and totally controlled his opponent winning easily 3-0.
David Ryan  lost to Timothy Browell 3-1.  Big effort but altitude tiredness after yesterday’s efforts left too much weight in the legs. !


Daniel Poleshchuk [5/8] Israel[ISR]
Ireland[IRL] Oisin Logan
11-8 11-3 11-4     0:21
Michael Craig [13/16] Ireland[IRL]
Colombia[COL] Santiago Orozco
11-8 11-7 11-1     0:37
Timothy Robert Brownell U.S.A.[USA]
Ireland[IRL] David Ryan [9/12]
11-6 11-8 10-12 11-5     0:42
Max D Reed U.S.A.[USA]
Ireland[IRL] Cillian Dunne
11-4 11-1 11-7     0:25


DAY 2 – Monday 11th August – Afternoon

After a tough morning matches both lads struggled in the evening.
David started well but ultimately could not sustain the pace needed to beat a good opponent. He lost 3-1.

 Michael equally started well winning first two games but then midway through the 3rd he started to cramp and although he gave a big effort in the fifth went down 11-9. 

 For MATCH RESULTS CLICK HERE:  Go into WSF World Junior Champs on the right and then ‘Todays Matches’

Saadeldin Ehab Abouaish Egypt[EGY]
Ireland[IRL] David Ryan [9/12]
5-11 11-4 11-6 11-2     0:44
Darren Chan Ti Luun Malaysia[MAS]
Ireland[IRL] Michael Craig [13/16]
6-11 7-11 11-4 11-5 11-9     0:56

DAY 2 – Monday 11th August – Morning

First on was Cillian and he started well winning first 11-8. He lost his way in the second and third , making too many unforced errors and finally got going again in the fourth winning 11-5. Fifth game started well going to 4-4 but again tins crept in ( 4 in a row) and went on to lose 11-9.
David had a tough opponent ( Canadian no. 1 ) very fit and strong and hard to get controll on very bouncy cts. Altitude makes ball very lively.
David won first 11-8 , but his opponent came back strong to win second 11-8. Long games 45 mins for two !
Third was crucial , neck and neck to 11-11 and really tough rallies for David to take it 15-13.
In the Fourth , David lost his concentration at the start a nd was quickly 6-1 down ! He battled hard but lost it 11-8.
Huge effort at start of fifth and came out really strong to take 6-0 lead. Ran out 11-4 winner.
Michael was on at the same time but looked in total control winning 11-4 and 11-3 but lost concentration and brought his opponent back into match ! Scrappy 4th and 3rd but regained control in fifth 11-5. Easy match made hard !! 

Nikita Gilevskiy had a tough match vs. Mason Ripka from the USA losing 3-0, 11-3, 11-4, 11-5.

Juan Segundo Barreyro Argentina[ARG]
Ireland[IRL] Cillian Dunne
6-11 11-7 11-7 6-11 11-7     0:39


David Ryan [9/12] Ireland[IRL]
Canada[CAN] David Baillargeon
11-8 8-11 14-12 6-11 11-3     1:28


Michael Craig [13/16] Ireland[IRL]
U.S.A.[USA] Derek Hsue
11-3 11-8 6-11 6-11 11-5     1:06


Mason Ripka U.S.A.[USA]
Ireland[IRL] Nikita Gilevskiy
11-3 11-4 11-5     0:16


DAY 1 – Sunday 10th August

2 Irish players played in the WSF World Junior Individual Squash Championships in Namibia today at the Wanderers Sports Club in the capital Windhoek.
Today’s matches:
Oisin Logan (Leinster) 1 v Laurence Kuhn (South Africa) 3
Oisin lost 3-1. 11-7, 11-9 , 15-17, 17-15

Tough match 75 mins. Very slow nervous start and very nearly clawed his way back into it. Had saved 4 match balls in the third and two in the fourth before losing. Massive effort.
Nikita Gilevskiy (Leinster) 0 v Patrick Rooney (England) 3 – Nikita lost 3-0 -11-7 11-7 11-5
Cillian Dunne (Leinster) v Lau Tsz Kwan Hong Kong is being played on Monday 11th August at 11am.

For MATCH RESULTS CLICK HERE:  Go into WSF World Junior Champs on the right and then ‘Todays Matches’



Sunday August 10th

The 5 Irish players playing  in the WSF World Junior Squash Championships in Namibia get ready to play in the Men’s & Women’s World Junior Individual Championships will take place at the Wanderers Sports Club in the capital Windhoek until the 15th  August, followed by the Men’s World Junior Team Championship from 16-21 August. Centre-stage at the venue will be an all-glass showcourt – seen in the country for the first time.

Michael Craig & David Ryan, number 1 & 2 on the team have a first round bye. Oisin Logan plays Laurence Kuhn from South Africa, While Nikita Gilevskiy plays Patrick Rooney from England. Cillian Dunne who is also playing in the individual event plays Lau Tsz Kwan from Hong Kong.

Teenagers Diego Elias and Nour El Sherbini are set for historic success in next month’s WSF World Junior Squash Championships in Namibia according to the draws for the sport’s first ever world championship to be held in the southern African country.

Elias, a 17-year-old from Lima, is favourite in the men’s event – and seeded to become the first ever world squash champion from Peru. His strongest opposition is expected to come from defending champion Karim El Hammamy, the 18-year-old from Cairo who is bidding to extend Egypt’s unbroken grip on the trophy since 2004.

Egyptian El Sherbini, who became the sport’s youngest ever world champion after first winning the women’s world junior (U19) title in 2009 – aged just 13 – is now competing in the event for the final time and going for a record fourth title.

More than 150 players from 30 nations will compete in the championships.

Men’s WSF World Junior Individual Championship 1st round draw:
[1] Diego Elias (PER) bye
Gerhardus Lottering (NAM) v James Evans (ENG)
Vijay Meena (IND) v Ricardo Toscano (GUA)
Ali Alqallaf (KUW) v Andres Herrera (COL)
Lau Tsz Kwan (HKG) v Cillian Dunne (IRL)
Elliot Msindisi Sibanda (BOT) v Juan Segundo Barreyro (ARG)
Max D Reed (USA) v Justin Wesson (RSA)
[9/16] Mohd Syafiq Kamal (MAS) v Nir Cohen (ISR)
[9/16] Israr Ahmed (PAK) bye
Yannick Omlor (GER) v Enzo Corigliano (FRA)
Miko Aijanen (FIN) v Michael Mehl (CAN)
Aubrey Lawrence (RSA) v Dairo Sandoval (COL)
Muhammad Asim Khan (PAK) v James Peach (ENG)
Chapman Kutia (NZL) v Bernat Jaume (ESP)
Alexander Lundqvist (SWE) v Runyararo Kadyautumbe (ZIM)
[5/8] Mohamed Elgawarhy (EGY) bye
[5/8] George Parker (ENG) bye
Chris Lo (HKG) v Ivan Caucich (ARG)
Khaled Al-Jenaidel (KUW) v Tafadzwa Mushunje (ZIM)
Dylan Marc Spencer (NAM) v Mohammad Alsarraj (JOR)
Saad El Din Ehab (EGY) v Jean-Pierre van de Merwe (RSA)
Aqif Ampandi (MAS) v Qaini Bonilla (GUA)
David Baillargeon (CAN) v Thomas Kingshott (USA)
[9/16] David Ryan (IRL) bye
[9/16] Michael Craig (IRL) bye
Benjamin Aubert (FRA) v Derek Hsue (USA)
Peter Kalu Chidi (NGR) v Scott Galloway (NZL)
Pontus Rengbo (SWE) v Darren Chan (MAS)
Edmon Lopez Moller (ESP) v Le Hugo van Rooyen (NAM)
Roee Avraham (ISR) v Niklas Becher (GER)
Tebogo Thabologo (BOT) v Luke Michael Mannion (ZIM)
[3/4] Kush Kumar (IND) bye
[3/4] Tayyab Aslam (PAK) bye
Jarryd Osborne (CAN) v Sean Redman (GER)
Mason Ripka (USA) v Velavan Senthilkumar (IND)
Patrick Rooney (ENG) v Nikita Gilevskiy (IRL)
Eain Yow Ng (MAS) v Noam Peer (ISR)
Santiago Orozco (COL) v Carel Olivier (NAM)
Mohammad Alterki (KUW) v Marti Munar (ESP)
[9/16] Auguste Dussourd (FRA) bye
[9/16] Omar Elatmas (EGY) bye
Micky Joseph (BOT) v Timothy Robert Brownell (USA)
Santiago Camargo (COL) v Innocent Mukumba (ZIM)
Federico Cioffi (ARG) v George Diederik Bekker (NAM)
Syed Azlan Iqbal (PAK) v Kristian Rautiainen (FIN)
Max Trimble (NZL) v Wayne Sithole (RSA)
Tor Christoffersen (SWE) v Ong Sai Hung (MAS)
[5/8] Lyell Fuller (ENG) bye
[5/8] Daniel Poleshchuk (ISR) bye
Laurence Kuhn (RSA) v Oisin Logan (IRL)
Arjun Deepak Kochar (IND) v David Yacobucci (USA)
Iker Pajares Bernabeu (ESP) v Luke Jones (NZL)
Lucas Wirths (GER) v Yuen Tsun Hei (HKG)
Mohammad Ali (KUW) v Michael Thompson (CAN)
Alejandro Enriquez (GUA) v Jami Aijanen (FIN)
[9/16] Syed Ali Mujtaba Shah Bokhari (PAK) bye
[9/16] Youssef Soliman (EGY) v Carter Robitaille (CAN)
Kyle Christoper Robert Kriel (NAM) v Nicolas Valderrama (COL)
Callum Lawton (ZIM) v Mohd Mukhtar (MAS)
Madhav Dhingra (IND) v Nils Lindgren (SWE)
Theo Pelonomi (BOT) v Youssef Aboul-Makarim (EGY)
Ling To Yu (HKG) v Victor Daniel (NGR)
Bryn Turk (ZIM) v Franco Andres Romiglio (ARG)
[2] Karim El Hammamy (EGY) bye

Women’s WSF World Junior Individual Championship 1st round draw
[1] Nour El Sherbini (EGY) bye
Amelia Henley (ENG) v Casey Sheyeong Wong (USA)
Andrea Lee (MAS) bye
[9/16] Kacey-Leigh Dodd (RSA) bye
[9/16] Lily Taylor (ENG) bye
Anandita Gupta (IND) v Nhadia Maria Gustavo (NAM)
Olatunji Yemisi Oluwafunilayo (NGR) v Saskia Beinhard (GER)
[5/8] Marie Stephan (FRA) bye
[5/8] Habiba Mohamed Ahmed Aly Mohmed (EGY) bye
Lida-Marie Calizt (NAM) v Lynette Vai (PNG)
S Sivasangari (MAS) v Titiloayo Akinyele (NGR)
[9/16] Tinne Gilis (BEL) bye
[9/16] Laura Tovar (COL) bye
Kayley Leonard (USA) v Alison Thomson (ENG)
Linnea Gronlund Bengtsson (SWE) v Funke Okikiola Oladunni (NGR)
[3/4] Salma Hany Ibrahim (EGY) bye
[3/4] Mariam Ibrahim Metwally (EGY) bye
Makgosi Peloakgosi (RSA) v Sara Vallejo (COL)
Zoe Foo (MAS) bye
[9/16] Reeham Sedky (USA) bye
[9/16] Georgina Kennedy (ENG) bye
Nadia Pfister (SUI) v Elsje van der Merwe (NAM)
Sunday Veronica (NGR) v Carley Kate Barton (ZIM)
[5/8] Nele Gilis (BEL) bye
[5/8] Sabrina Sobhy (USA) bye
Madlen Shea O’Connor (CAN) v Linnea Wallsten (SWE)
Daniela Scriba (NAM) v Nele Hatschek (GER)
[9/16] Olivia Fiechter (USA) bye
[9/16] Harshit Kaur Jawanda (IND) bye
Jessica Davis (ENG) bye
Alyssa Cummings (NAM) v Oludamnilola Oluwafemi (NGR)
[2] Nouran Ahmed Gohar (EGY) bye