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In the KSL Get Smart showpiece, John Gray will referee with Howard Young and Joel Ezro having the flags, while in the Lockwood PH final, Brian Whitaker is referee with Michael Robertson and Graham Taylor assistants.
When Frank Morley asked in June to add to Guide to Kulchur the subtitle "The Book of Ezro," Pound declined, saying "it is TOO pussnl." (7) Pound's vision of culture followed the fascist conception of totalitarian culture, where no single element is valued over the whole.
Despite winning in the singles' competition, Andrew Atkinson could only make it to the semi-finals alongside Isaac Ezro in the mens Under 18 event.
K Ewart 7 (9), J Ezro 10 (11), I Fairley 8 (10), K Fay 8 (11), J Fell 6 (10), L Folan 0 (10), R Fowler 7 (9), E Franco 6 (9), H Franklin 10 (10), D French 8 (11), J Fullalove 9 (11), K Gardner 11 (11), C Garlick 9 (10), B Garrard 11 (11), E Gates 5 (11), S Gerrard 7 (10), E Gill 2 (10), I Goodall-Munroe 10 (10), T Goodall-Munroe 9 (10), A Green 11 (11), L Green 6 (9), R Green 5 (11), E Greenwood 1 (9), G Griffiths 10 (11).
With both sides now determined to win the game, Upperthong Keeper Joel Ezro saved his best to last.
Teaming up with long-time doubles partner Ed Lovatt, the pair went on to take the Under 18 doubles title, with Brad Whitwam and Isaac Ezro the runners-up.
From left: Latika Rodway-Anand, Lisa Paul, Grace Briggs, Imogen Eastwood and Rossina Costello * MEDAL MOMENT: Holmfirth Under 16 boys (from left) Issac Ezro, Andrew Atkinson, Callim McLoughlin and Tom Earnshaw at the West Yorkshire Youth Games * THE WINNERS: Brooksbank Boys Under 14s show their shield (from left) James Hiley, Michael Silvester, Tom Pratt and Charlie Cliffe at the West Yorkshire Youth Games
[bar] TOURNAMENT DATE: Among the competitors and officials at the Thongsbridge Junior tennis Open were (from left) Joel Ezro, Steph Booth, Chloe Chawner, Harri Proudfoot, Holly Horsfall and Xavier Cordingley with referee Tom Sanders and tournament organiser Tim Horsfall (JH150212Btennis-01) [bar] IMPRESSING: Huddersfield Lawn Tennis and Squash club tennis coach Natalie Gill is pictured with her players (from left) Robert Sandiford, and Charlotte and Lucy Margetson (s)
Front: Max Mellor, Jordan Porter, Joel Ezro, Tommy Woodhead, Ben Turner (zyhudd270212whiteker) * WE'RE THROUGH: Kirkburton Under 14s won in the Cup (back, from left) Mark Spacey (coach), Jonathan Sanderson (coach), Jordan Allen, Spencer Grant, Josh Hollings, Edward Keighley, Daniel Cook, Alex Jacques, Chad Donaldson (manager).
Pictured are competitors Joel Ezro, Steph Booth, Chloe Chawner, Harri Proudfoot, Holly Horsfall and Xavier Cordingley with referee Tom Sanders and organiser Tim Horsfall Picture by Julian Hughes (JH150212Btennis-01) * PROUD COUNTY DEBUTS: Georgia Draper, Emily Summers and Orla Cooper with coach Tom Sanders of Thongsbridge Tennis Club
* WINNERS: The Honley High Under 16 girls team (from left) Michaella Cronje, Grace Bolton, Amy Crowther, Ali O''Connor and Holly Armitage celebrate their success in the Kirklees round * WINNERS: The Holmfirth High Under 16 boys team (from left) Andrew Atkinson, Callum McLaughlin, Tom Earnshaw and Issac Ezro pictured at the Sports Centre * WINNERS: The Colne Valley Under 14 girls team (from left) Isobel White, Lauren Oakley, Mollie Ruttle and Maddie Walsh with their victory shield
The unseeded boys' team, made up of Andrew Atkinson, Edward Saxton, Isaac Ezro, Brad Whitwam and Tom Bull were in superb form, and took a stunning 6-0 win over Kenilworth School and Sports College from Warwickshire.