Well, what a week it has been for the Dutch sensation that is Justin van Tergouw.. This youngster never fails to amaze us and this time he has qualified for the Lakeside World Youth Final AND the Winmau World Masters boys final in two successive days.
On this occasion there was over 88 entries and in the latter stages Van Tergouw seen off Keane Barry (4-0), Jordan Boyce (4-1) and Wessel Nijman in the Semi-Final.
Van Tergouw will face Owen Maiden in the Final as he looks to defend his title in which he won last year.
Results from the Last 16 onwards:
|Tyler Radlett||–||Dan Perry||0||4|
|Reece Colley||–||Lewis Gurney||4||3|
|Sakuto Sueshige||–||Owen Maiden||2||4|
|Keelan Kay||–||Mikhail Kuritsin||4||1|
|Maikel Verberk||–||Marvin van Velzen||4||2|
|Wessel Nijman||–||Gijsbert van Malsen||4||2|
|Chris Gracet||–||Jordan Boyce||3||4|
|Keane Barry||–||Justin van Tergouw||0||4|
|Dan Perry||–||Reece Colley||4||0|
|Owen Maiden||–||Keelan Kay||4||3|
|Maikel Verberk||–||Wessel Nijman||1||4|
|Jordan Boyce||–||Justin van Tergouw||1||4|
|Dan Perry||–||Owen Maiden||2||4|
|Wessel Nijman||–||Justin van Tergouw||1||4|
|Owen Maiden||–||Justin van Tergouw|