The NSW Country Junior Championships 2023 is a 2 day SILVER event and part of the Squash Australian Junior Squash Tour, this SquashLevels Report analyses the most improved performances across the tournament.
With 45 players taking part, across 8 age categories including U19, U17, U15, U13 and U11 Boys alongside U17, U13 and U11 Girls, a total of 93 matches were played across both days.
Top 20 Movers:
This table shows the players who had the highest level increase over the course of the event:
|Age Category||Name||Start Level||End Level||% Change|
Congratulations to the winners in each category. This table shows their start level, end level and level change from the event:
|Category||Winner||Start Level||End Level||% Change|
|U19 Boys||Xavier Brigden||2019||2115||4.7%|
|U17 Boys||Henry Kross||4605||4828||4.8%|
|U15 Boys||Josh Markham||1874||1908||1.8%|
|U13 Boys||Conner Moriarty||510||567||11.1%|
|U11 Boys||Oscar CLARK||191||211||10.4%|
|U17 Girls||Amelia BRIGDEN||1065||1069||0.3%|
|U13 Girls||Jaida Wigley||212||231||8.9%|
Congratulations to all the winners and competitors – don’t forget to activate for SquashLevels to track your progress and access all the benefits you receive as part of your SqA membership.
What is SquashLevels?
SquashLevels is a results-based ranking system, as players compete in their leagues and tournaments, their results automatically flow into SquashLevels from their existing results providers. From here, SquashLevels unique algorithm will calculate a level for each player based on their opponents’ level; their result including points scores, behavioural modelling and various other factors. SquashLevels rewards a player for performing better than they were expected to based on their Level. As squash players we all know there is a massive difference between an easy 3-0 victory and a huge battle that ends 11-9 in the fifth. Activate your SquashLevels account today to access all the benefits you receive as part of your SqA membership.