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After 39 very competitive matches, Ballarat’s top seeded Blake Caspersz, who had already won four Grand Prix events this year, plus was runner up to Daniel Chu in last year’s event, took out a gruelling finale over the Commercial Club’s “Marathon Man” David Parkinson, 16/21, 21/18, 21/5, to keep his unbeaten record for the year intact.

In their penultimate matches, Caspersz came back from a game down to overcome Commercial Club’s Darcy Macpherson, 18/21, 21/12, 21/12, with Parkinson ousting fellow team mate Tim Darmody, 21/17, 21/17 - the only straight games encounter he had in the four matches he played.

This event’s Perpetual Shield in honour of John will be permanently housed on display at the Wangaratta Squash and Racquetball club’s courts which are located at the Wangaratta Indoor Sports and Aquatic Centre.

A number of those highly talented youngsters performed extremely well in the grades listed above, and the results for the next five events highlights that this regions talent pool is showing no signs of eroding, but in fact rapidly increasing.In recent times if you are going to win a National or for that matter a Victorian B Grade title in 2017, the two players most likely that you would have to take out at some stage have been Victoria’s Matt Bayley and South Aussie Dave Whan.On this occasion no one was capable of stopping either player from reaching the final stanza.In the process, White captured his 16 national title and extended his unbeaten run to a remarkable 17 years.In the semi finals, White overcame Geelong LTC stable mate Garry Pedersen, 21/7, 21/14, with Hedrick surviving an enthralling first game over Andrewartha, 22/21, before outgunning him in the second 21/8.

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