15 Oct 2013

Top seed, Okaiawa's Hamish Mead won the 16 Boys singles title at the Dunlop Slazenger Wanganui Junior Open defeating Tyler Titov-Smith 4-6 6-4 6-4.  Mead combined with Bradley Wallis to also finish runner-up in the 16 Boys Doubles, losing 6-4 6-3.
Brady Simpson (Pukekura Park) lost in the 2nd round of the 16 Boys singles but recovered to win the Consolation without dropping a set.

Pukekura's Louise Waite was also a top seed, in the 14 Girls singles.  Waite was untroubled in taking the title 6-2 6-3 over Christy Robinson.  Seeded 2 in the doubles, Waite and Meg Henderson prevailed in the final, 4-6 6-4 10-8.

Nikayla Barnard (Pukekura Park) won the 10 Girls singles title and Jayden Harrison (Oakura) won the 10 Boys singles title.  Oscar Wano (Waiwaka) made it to the semi-final and Maui Wano (Pukekura Park) lost in the first round.  Oscar and Maui Wano finished runners-up in the 10 Boys doubles.

Jayden Harrison, Oscar Wano, David Barnard and Kristian Revfeim all entered the 12 Boys singles with Harrison getting to the quarter-finals and David Barnard winning his first round match.  In the 12 Boys doubles, Revfeim combined with Wanganui's Patrick Hourigan and won their first round match 6-4 4-6 15-13 before losing to top seeds Harrison/Barnard 6-0 6-0.  Unfortunately, Harrison/Barnard lost their next match.