Zone 4 Grey Win Junior Inter-Zone Championship
The title of Champion Zone has gone down to the wire in the Junior Inter-Zone Championship, with Zone 4 Grey edging out Zone 16 by a slender two points. The Champion Zone is decided on a system that allocates points based on each discipline, so the higher a player or team finishes in any discipline, the more points they have allocated to their Zone.
Zone 4 Grey earned their place at the top of the list courtesy of a Gold Medal in the fours, a Bronze Medal in the singles and a fourth place finish in the pairs. Zone 16 were close behind with two fourth place finishes and a Gold Medal of their own in the Pairs. Incredibly, if the Singles Bronze Medal match was won by Zone 16, they would have leap-frogged Zone 4 Grey into the position of Champion Zone, highlighting how close the final standings were.
The reality though is that Zone 4 Grey were deserving champions, and all participating teams did themselves and their clubs, Zones and families proud! Congratulations also to the ACT, who for the first time in Junior Inter-Zone history entered a side to participate in the event. We hope that this will be the first of many sides entered!
Well done all players and teams who medalled in the following disciplines:
|Gold Medallist||Dustyn Allen (Zone 3)|
|Silver Medallist||Ryan Klem (Zone 12)|
|Bronze Medallist||Tom Rich (Zone 4 Grey)|
|Gold Medallists||Jacob Aitken & Travis Moran (Zone 16)|
|Silver Medallists||Shelby Powell & Sam Rich (Zone 3)|
|Bronze Medallists||Zoe Nicholls & Cohen Ridd (Zone 2)|
|Gold Medallists||Cooper Fliedner, Zac Miller, Zion Hands & Cooper McMullen |
(Zone 4 Grey)
|Silver Medallists||Mackenzie Wicks, Ami Bromhead, Charlotte Hayman & Huxley Rowe (Zone 2)|
|Bronze Medallists||Will Crampton, Shakiya Murray, Zachary Bland & Steven Houting (Zone 8)|