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Chloe is treble winner in Highland junior restricted championship

By Alan Hendry

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U19 girls' doubles winners Chloe Mackenzie and Ava Cook.
U19 girls' doubles winners Chloe Mackenzie and Ava Cook.

Caithness players Chloe Mackenzie and Sophie Mackay were treble and double winners respectively in Highland Badminton Group's annual junior restricted championship.

Sunday's event at Inverness Royal Academy featured 71 competitors from all over the group's area – from Barra, Lewis and Skye to Inverness, Moray and Caithness – with a total of 175 games across three age categories.

Chloe was competing in the under-19s and Moray's Callum McWhirter also won the treble in that age group. Another Moray player, Isla Johnston, did likewise at under-15 level.

Sophie was competing in the under-13s. Drew Murdoch (Moray) was a double winner in the under-15 competition.

Organisers were delighted with the standard of play.

U13 mixed doubles winners Sophie Mackay and Liam Sinclair.
U13 mixed doubles winners Sophie Mackay and Liam Sinclair.


Under-13 – Boys' singles: Winner, Jai Wilkes (Moray); runner-up, Finn Wishart (Moray); consolation, Calum Macneil (Barra).

Girls' singles: Winner, Sophie Mackay (Caithness); runner-up, Sophie Sinclair (Caithness); consolation, Maura Mackenzie (Lochcarron).

Boys' doubles: Winners, Jai Wilkes and Finn Wishart (both Moray); runners-up, Finlay Nicolson and Liam Sinclair (both Caithness); consolation, Ethan and Liam Wilby (both Black Isle).

Girls' doubles: Winners, Josie Columbine (Black Isle) and Maura Mackenzie (Lochcarron); runners-up, Sophie Mackay and Myah Macleod (both Caithness); consolation, Tiya Agrawal and Luella Fernandes (both Inverness).

Mixed doubles: Winners, Liam Sinclair and Sophie Mackay (both Caithness); runners-up, Finn Wishart (Moray) and Josie Columbine (Black Isle); consolation, Oliver Taylor (Black Isle) and Madeleine Weir (Inverness).

U15 boys' singles consolation winner Dhaill Mackay.
U15 boys' singles consolation winner Dhaill Mackay.

Under-15 – Boys' singles: Winner, Drew Murdoch (Moray); runner-up, Donald Coull (Moray); consolation, Dhaill Mackay (Caithness).

Girls' singles: Winner, Isla Johnston (Moray); runner-up, Anna Howard (Moray); consolation, Ashlyn Gunn (Caithness).

Boys' doubles: Winners, Drew Murdoch (Moray) and Dhaill Mackay (Caithness); runners-up, Rory Nicolson and Angus Mackay (both Caithness); consolation, Kurt Griffiths and Arron Macdougall (both Moray).

Girls' doubles: Winners, Isla Johnston and Rose Christie (both Moray); runners-up, Ashlyn Gunn (Caithness) and Isla Fraser (Lewis); consolation, Erna Thain (Caithness) and Anna Howard (Moray).

Mixed doubles: Winners, Donald Coull and Isla Johnston (both Moray); runners-up, Kurt Griffiths and Rose Christie (both Moray); consolation, Angus Mackay and Erna Thain (both Caithness).

U15 mixed doubles consolation winners Erna Thain and Angus Mackay.
U15 mixed doubles consolation winners Erna Thain and Angus Mackay.

Under-19 – Boys' singles: Winner – Callum McWhirter (Moray); runner-up, William Sendall (Black Isle); consolation, Isak Jones (Moray).

Girls' singles: Winner, Chloe Mackenzie (Caithness); runner-up, Ava Cook (Caithness); consolation, Chloe Begg (Caithness).

Boys' doubles: Winners, Callum McWhirter (Moray) and Calum Mackenzie (Skye); runners-up, William Sendall (Black Isle) and Brody Mackenzie (Caithness); consolation, Alexander Mackay and Lewis Malcolm (both Caithness).

Girls' doubles: Winners, Chloe Mackenzie and Ava Cook (both Caithness); runners-up, Carla Edwards and Hallie Bremner (both Caithness).

Mixed doubles: Winners, Callum McWhirter (Moray) and Chloe Mackenzie (Caithness); runners-up, Calum Mackenzie (Skye) and Ava Cook (Caithness); consolation, Ronin Kean and Chloe Begg (both Caithness).

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