British Junior Open Squash

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British Junior Open
Logo British Junior Open.jpg
Details
Event name British Junior Open
Location Sheffield, England
Venue Hallamshire Squash Club
Abbeydale Park Club
Fulwood Sports Club
Website
www.britishjunioropen.com
PSA World Tour
Most recent champion(s) Egypt Youssef Soliman
WSA World Tour
Most recent champion(s) Egypt Nouran Gohar
Current British Junior Open Squash 2016

British Junior Open squash championship is considered the second most prestigious junior open squash championship in the squash history after the World Junior Squash Championships. British Junior Open is divided into eight categories — Boys Under-19, Boys Under-17, Boys Under-15, Boys Under-13, Girls Under-19, Girls Under-17, Girls Under-15 and Girls Under-13.[1]

The Under-19 boys category was known as the Drysdale Cup before 1999;[2] the Under-16 and Under-14 categories were both held prior to 1999, until being replaced by Under-15 and Under-17 categories respectively. The Under-13 categories were also introduced in the same year.[3]

List of winners by category (Boys)[edit]

Prior to 1999[edit]

Year Under-14 Under-16 Under-19 (Drysdale Cup prior to 1999)
1979 tournament not created Sweden Joakim Hirsch [[ ]]
1980 tournament not created West Germany Carol Martini New Zealand Stuart Davenport
1981 tournament not created England Nigel Stiles Australia Chris Dittmar
1982 England Robert Graham Pakistan Asad Ahmed Australia Chris Dittmar
1983 England Damian Walker England Danny Meddings England Jamie Hickox
1984 England D Simpson England Del Harris England David Lloyd
1985 England Peter Marshall England Damian Walker England Del Harris
1986 England Simon Parke England Steve Meads England Del Harris
1987 England Stacey Ross England Simon Parke England Del Harris
1988 England Justin Rennie England Simon Parke England Del Harris
1989 England Paul Hargrave England Stacey Ross England Simon Parke
1990 England Chris Tomlinson England Justin Rennie England Peter Marshall
1991 Egypt Ahmed Barada England Paul Hargrave England Simon Parke
1992 Egypt Ahmed Faizy Egypt Ahmed Barada Finland Juha Raumolin
1993 Egypt Ahmed Faizy Egypt Ahmed Barada England Justin Rennie
1994 Malaysia Ong Beng Hee Egypt Ahmed Faizy Egypt Ahmed Barada
1995 England Jonathan Kemp Egypt Ahmed Faizy England Iain Higgins
1996 Spain Alberto Manso Malaysia Ong Beng Hee Egypt Ahmed Faizy
1997 England James Willstrop Spain Alberto Manso Egypt Ahmed Faizy
1998 Egypt Yasser El Halaby Spain Alberto Manso Malaysia Ong Beng Hee

After 1999[edit]

Year Under-13 Under-15 Under-17 Under-19
1999 Egypt Ramy Ashour Egypt Yasser El Halaby France Grégory Gaultier England Nick Matthew
2000 Egypt Ramy Ashour Egypt Omar Refaat England James Willstrop Egypt Karim Darwish
2001 Egypt Tarek Momen Egypt Ramy Ashour Egypt Yasser El Halaby France Grégory Gaultier
2002 Egypt Mohammed Ali Anwar Reda Pakistan Farhan Mehboob Pakistan Safeer Ullah Khan England James Willstrop
2003 Pakistan Aamir Atlas Khan Egypt Tarek Momen Pakistan Yasir Butt Pakistan Safeer Ullah Khan
2004 Pakistan Waqar Mehboob Pakistan Aamir Atlas Khan Egypt Omar Mosaad India Saurav Ghosal
2005 Pakistan Farhan Zaman Pakistan Shoaib Hassan Egypt Omar Mosaad Pakistan Basit Ashfaq
2006 Egypt Karim Ali Fathi Egypt Mohamed El Shorbagy Egypt Mohammed Ali Anwar Reda Egypt Ramy Ashour
2007 Pakistan Nasir Iqbal Egypt Amr Khalid Khalifa Egypt Mohamed El Shorbagy Egypt Omar Mosaad
2008 Egypt Osama Khalifa Egypt Karim Ali Fathi Egypt Karim Abdel Gawad Egypt Mohamed El Shorbagy
2009 Egypt Amr Aboul Souad India Mahesh Mangaonkar Egypt Amr Khalid Khalifa Egypt Mohamed El Shorbagy
2010 Egypt Youssef Mohamed Egypt Shehab Essam Egypt Marwan El Shorbagy Egypt Mohamed El Shorbagy
2011 Malaysia Eain Yow Ng Egypt Mohamed El Gawarhy Egypt Mazen Gamal Egypt Ali Farag
2012 Egypt Ziad Sakr Pakistan Israr Ahmed Egypt Shehab Essam Egypt Marwan El Shorbagy
2013 Egypt Mohamed El Shamy Malaysia Eain Yow Ng Peru Diego Elías Egypt Fares Dessouky
2014 Egypt Mohamed El Shamy Egypt Youseff Ibrahim Egypt Yousssef Soliman Jordan Ahmad Al-Saraj
2015 Egypt Yehia El Nawsany Egypt Marwan Tarek Malaysia Eain Yow Ng Peru Diego Elías
2016 England Sam Todd Egypt Omar El Torky Egypt Youssef Ibrahim Egypt Youssef Soliman
2017 Republic of Ireland Denis Gilevskiy Egypt Yehia El Nawsany Egypt Marwan Tarek India Velavan Senthilkumar

Boys' champions by country since 1999[edit]

Country U-13 U-15 U-17 U-19 Total
 Egypt 12 13 13 10 48
 Pakistan 4 4 2 2 12
 England 1 0 1 2 4
 Malaysia 1 1 1 0 3
 India 0 1 0 2 3
 France 0 0 1 1 2
 Peru 0 0 1 1 2
 Jordan 0 0 0 1 1
 Ireland 1 0 0 0 1

List of winners by category (Girls)[edit]

Prior to 1999[edit]

Year Under-14 Under-16 Under-19
1980 tournament not created England Lucy Soutter England Alison Cumings
1981 tournament not created England Lucy Soutter England Ruth Strauss
1982 tournament not created England Lucy Soutter England Suzanne Burgess
1983 tournament not created England Lucy Soutter England Lucy Soutter
1984 tournament not created Scotland Senga Macfie England Lucy Soutter
1985 tournament not created England Carolyn Mett England Tracy Cunliffe
1986 tournament not created England Sue Wright Scotland Senga Macfie
1987 tournament not created England Melissa Fryer England Donna Vardy
1988 tournament not created England Cassie Jackman England Donna Vardy
1989 tournament not created West Germany Sabine Schoene England Donna Vardy
1990 tournament not created Germany Sabine Schoene England Cassie Jackman
1991 England Stephanie Brind England Jenny Tranfield England Cassie Jackman
1992 Scotland Laura Hamilton Austria Pamela Pancis Germany Sabine Schoene
1993 France Isabelle Stoehr South Africa Natalie Grainger Germany Sabine Schoene
1994 England Vicky Lankester England Tania Bailey England Jenny Tranfield
1995 Spain Elisabet Sadó Garriga England Tania Bailey New Zealand Jade Wilson
1996 Malaysia Nicol David Germany Simone Leifels England Tracey Shenton
1997 Malaysia Nicol David Spain Elisabet Sadó Garriga Belgium Kim Hannes-Teunen
1998 Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy Malaysia Nicol David England Tania Bailey

After 1999[edit]

Year Under-13 Under-15 Under-17 Under-19
1999 Egypt Sara Badr Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy Malaysia Nicol David Spain Elisabet Sadó Garriga
2000 Egypt Sara Badr Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy Switzerland Manuela Zehnder Malaysia Nicol David
2001 Egypt Raneem El Weleily Egypt Sara Badr United States Michelle Quibell Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy
2002 Egypt Shahenga Osama Egypt Raneem El Weleily Australia Kasey Brown Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy
2003 Egypt Aliaa Balbaa Egypt Raneem El Weleily India Joshna Chinappa Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy
2004 Egypt Heba El Torky Hong Kong Annie Au Egypt Raneem El Weleily Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy
2005 Egypt Nour El Tayeb Egypt Heba El Torky Egypt Raneem El Weleily India Joshna Chinappa
2006 Malaysia Tan Yan Xin Egypt Heba El Torky France Camille Serme Egypt Lina El Tannir
2007 Egypt Nour El Sherbini United States Olivia Blatchford Egypt Heba El Torky Egypt Raneem El Weleily
2008 Egypt Nour El Sherbini Egypt Nour El Tayeb India Dipika Pallikal France Camille Serme
2009 Egypt Yathreb Adel Egypt Nour El Sherbini Egypt Nour El Tayeb Malaysia Low Wee Wern
2010 Egypt Mayar Hany Egypt Yathreb Adel Egypt Nour El Tayeb Egypt Nour El Sherbini
2011 Egypt Habiba Mohamed Egypt Salma Hany England Emily Whitlock Egypt Nour El Tayeb
2012 Egypt Habiba Mohamed Egypt Nouran Gohar Egypt Yathreb Adel Egypt Nour El Sherbini
2013 Egypt Hania El Hammany Egypt Habiba Mohamed Egypt Yathreb Adel England Emily Whitlock
2014 Malaysia Aifa Azman Malaysia Siv Subramaniam Egypt Habiba Mohamed Egypt Yathreb Adel
2015 Malaysia Jessica Keng Egypt Hania El Hammany Egypt Habiba Mohamed Egypt Nouran Gohar
2016 Egypt Sana Mahmoud Malaysia Aifa Azman Egypt Hania El Hammamy Egypt Nouran Gohar
2017 Egypt Salma El Tayeb Egypt Nour Abouelmakrim Egypt Hana Motaz Ayoub Egypt Hania El Hammamy

Girls' champions by country since 1999[edit]

Country U-13 U-15 U-17 U-19 Total
 Egypt 16 15 11 13 55
 Malaysia 3 2 1 2 8
 India 0 0 2 1 3
 England 0 0 1 1 2
 France 0 0 1 1 2
 United States 0 1 1 0 2
 Spain 0 0 0 1 1
 Australia 0 0 1 0 1
  Switzerland 0 0 1 0 1
 Hong Kong 0 1 0 0 1

Note:
1) The 2000 edition for both boys and girls was held in December 1999.

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