Men’s B winner Mark Martynyshyn from Barrie won a close battle with Steve Mikovich from Ottawa. Third place goes to Andy Stenson from the USA. Men’s open winner is Patrick Laplante who had a true battle with Frederic D’Amours, leading only by four points before tennis and being down 17-13 on the court. He had to rely on his consistency to overcome the deficit and tie the score at 18-18 to win the match and the tittle. Women’s Open was cancelled due to many withdrawals in the week leading to the event. Over 45 was easily dominated, no surprise there, by Frederic D’Amours who is new to this category, he beat the American Andy Stenson from Massachusetts in the final, Andy leaves the tournament with a 2nd and 3rd place finishes, good work Andy! Men’s “C” saw newcomer Todd Everett of Petawa, Ontario win in his first appearance, finalist was youngster Patrick McClay from Montreal. The junior event was again won by Anthony Bedard who seems too strong for this event, most scary is the fact that he will still be u-14 in 2016!!! Maxime Marion of Orleans, Ontario is second and Remi Jacques from Gatineau came in third. Men’s doubles finalists were Jasmin Felx and Laurent Giroux and the winners Jeremy Easterbrook and Pat Laplante. Easterbrook, Laplante, Felx and D’Amours will be heading to Danemark for the World Racketlon Championships. A big thank you to La Sportheque and its volunteers for hosting again a great event and serving good food on Saturday night. See you in 2016. Picture is of Steve Mikovich in black and Mark Martynyshyn, men’s B finalist and winner.