Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : August 22nd 2013 Contents Kaela Frank is one match away
from retaining her RBC Royal
Bank Tobago Junior girls Under-
10 singles title at the annual tour-
nament which is taking place at
the Shaw Park Hard Courts. In
the finals set for today, Frank will
play Nicolette Orr.
The two advanced to the title
decider after topping the round-
robin competition earlier in the
week. Frank played unbeaten win-
ning all four matches while Orr's
lone defeat was to Frank. The title
match will be the first of the week-
long tournament which enters its
In the boys U-10 singles com-
petition, Kyle Kerry emerged as the
top seed of the round-robin while
Johnny Su is the second seed.
Kerry will face Jacques Noreiga
the first semifinals today. Noreiga
advanced to the semifinals after
beating Vaughn Antoine 6-0 yes-
terday. Su will do battle with
Ebolum Nwokolo who got past
Shae Millington 6-1. The finals will
also be contested later today.
Dajohnique Delancy will face
Sherisse Arjoon for the girls U-18
singles crown. In the semifinals,
Delancy got past Vikisha Jelly
6-2, 6-2 while Arjoon edged
Joulize Leander in three sets 2-6,
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T&T s Breana Stampfli
cruised to the Girls Singles
semifinals when she beat
American seventh seed Kylie
McKenzie 6-3, 6-2 at the St
Vincent ITF Junior Internation-
al Tennis Tournament in Villa
The third seeded 17-year-old
will come up against number
two Daniella Andre Thompson
of the Bahamas in the final four
today. A win in that match will
likely see her face number one
Simone Pratt, to whom she lost
6-0, 6-0 in the St Lucia ITF
final last week.
Meanwhile in the Wilson
COTECC Under 14 Circuit, T&T
top seed Danyel Angus booked
a spot in the Boys' Singles final
with a 4-0, 4-2 win over
Antiguan Justin Marcano. Angus
will meet local Richard Hoyte of
St Vincent for the title today.
In the Girls Doubles, the T&T
pair of Anya King and Candace
Cook were gifted a semifinal
walkover by locals Alexi
Humphrey and Anastasia White.
Having received a first round
bye, they qualified for the final
without stepping on to the court.
Today they will take on local
twins Amarlia and Gabrielle
ITF semis in
In doubles action, boys and girls are play-
ing together in the U-10 division. Orr and
Isabel Abraham advanced to the semifinal
getting past the pair of Syam Machakanti
and Nicholas Ready 6-1. The winning pair
will do battle with Kyle Kerry and Ebolum
The duo of Millington and Alijah Leslie
also booked a spot in the second round after
beating Vaughn Antoine and Jelani Lewis
6-1. Millington and Leslie with play Noreiga
and Su for a place in the title match.
Liu Chin and Samir Elattway will face
Andrae Crawford and Zarek Joefield for a
spot in the final of the boys U-14 compe-
tition. Crawford and Joefield whipped Jordan
Steele and Daniel Attzs 6-2, 6-4 to reach
Benjamin Rochford and Monim Ross are
also in the semifinals after beating Donte
Duncan and Frank Lawrence 6-0, 6-3 and
will face Michael Ramdial and Rahsaan, who
were on a bye.
Kaela and Esther Frank will seek to over-
come Daynelle Des Vignes and Celeste Steele
for a spot in the girls U-14 double finals.
Cheyenne Chin Choy and Osenyonye
Nwokolo will do battle against Dianne Guy
and Maya London in the other semi.
Greig brothers Jualon and Juanaldo are
into the semifinals of the boys U-18 doubles
beating Jonathan Edwards and Samuel Cook
6-2, 6-3 in the last match yesterday.
The Greigs will have to defeat Che
Andrews and Che Sanchez to get in the
finals while Keshan Moonasar and Ibrahim
Mohammed will come against Jabari Lews
and Gianluc Robinson in the other semifinals.
Play begins at 9.30 am. The tournament
Frank closes in on U-10 singles title
Jualon Greig , left, with brother Juanaldo advanced to the semifinals of
the boys Under-18 doubles after beating Jonathan Edwards and
Samuel Cook 6-2, 6-3 in the RBC Royal Bank Tobago Junior at the
Shaw Park Hard Courts, yesterday.
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