World Junior Individual Championships (1991 – present)

World Championships


1991 – King George V Playing Field, Grays, Essex, England

Andrew Jackson (England) 19,  Jamie Hall (England) 18, Chris Gregory (England) 16, Steve Perkins (England) 15, Steve Kirton (England) 15, Wayne Byford (England) 14, Mark McNeil (Wales) 12, Scott Nelder (England) 12, Colin Osborne (Australia) 12, Richard Bessant (Ireland) 12, Trevor Hulton (England) 11, Chris Finnigan (England) 10, Mark Whitehead (England) 10, Cody Vogel (Holland) 8, Andreas Glad (Sweden) 7, Martin Morris (Scotland) 6

Referee: Bob Prince (West Midlands, England)


1995 – Newfoundland Drive, Baiter, Poole, England

Shaun Ellis (England) 18, Mike Share (England) 17, Matthew Gentle (Australia) 17, Lincoln Till (Australia) 17, Chris Layden (England) 15, Konrad Kurpisz (Poland) 14, Mark Everingham (England) 13, Luke McCloud (England) 12, Leon Yelland (England) 12, David Dissel (Australia) 11, Lee Aris (England) 11, Tom Woolridge (England) 10, Gavin Wheeler (England) 10, Phil Moreton (Ireland) 9, Luke Fox (Wales) 9, Sonis Koudijs (Holland) 5

Referee: Paul Hitchcox (Dorset, England)


1997 – Adams Oval, Salisbury, South Australia

Gavin Wheeler (England) 19, David Dissel (Australia) 17, Tomasz Walkowiak (Poland) 16, Matthew Gentle (Australia) 15, Adam Haldenby (Australia) 15, Leon Yelland (England) 15, Jason Jesson (Australia) 14, Lee Aris (England) 13, James Merrick (England) 12, Paul Remphray (Australia) 11, Mark Everingham (England) 9, Brad Harris (Australia) 8, Chris Roberts (England) 8, Konrad Kurpisz (Poland) 7, Tom Woolridge (England) 7, Matt Smith (Australia) 7, Karol Wlodarczyk (Poland) 3, Daniel Pudney (Australia) 2

Referee: Ken Cowburn (Australia)


1999 – Newfoundland Drive, Baiter, Poole, England

Jacob Wlodarczyk (Poland) 19, Daniel Kubiak (Poland) 18, Shaun Woodhouse (England) 17, David Wlodarczyk (Poland) 16, Karol Szymanski (Poland) 14, Mike Morgans (England) 14, Martin Ijkema (Holland) 13, Thomasz Wottasik (Poland) 12, Steven Beesley (England) 12, Craig Norton (Norwich) 11, Craig Guy (England) 10, Jonathan Hardy (Heckmondwike) 10, Ian Grange (England) 9, Richard Williamson (England) 8, Casey Sadler (Australia) 7, Craig Newsome (Scotland) 7

Referee: Bob Prince (West Midlands, England)


2001 – Reserve Parade, Findon, South Australia

Shaun Woodhouse (England) 20, Mike Morgans (England) 19, Daniel Ffrench (Australia), 18 Steve Beesley (England) 16, Joe Clarke (Australia) 16 Nick Bedson (Australia) 14 Callen Ross (Australia) 14, Michael Lynch (Australia) 13, David Hartman (Australia) 12, Russell Weinert (Australia) 11, Robbie Gower (Australia) 11, Scott Bickle (Australia) 9, Mark Boaler (England) 8, Wayne Hutt (England) 7, David Beesley (England) 7, Rafel Szydio (Poland) 1

Referee:


2003 – Czestochowa, Poland

Krzysztof Kowalski (Poland) 19, Marcin Skowronek (Poland) 17, Maciej Ganczarek (Poland) 14, Damian Musial (Poland) 14, Mike Morgans (England) 13, Artur Nowak (Poland) 13, Rafal Dulinski (Poland) 13, Remek Burchardt (Poland), 13 Joe Clarke (Australia) 13, Mark Boaler (England) 12, Michal Grzelak (Poland) 12, Kamil Bartkowiak (Poland) 11, Marek Pronobis (Poland) 10, Marek Jakubczak (Poland) 9, Darren Slater (England), 7 Maciej Karasinski (Poland) 7, Lukasz Michalak (Poland – reserve) 2

Referee: Janusz Danek (Poland)


2005 – Adams Oval, Salisbury, South Australia

Joe Clarke (Australia) 18, Daniel Pike (England) 16, Nick Myhill (England) 16, Peter Savage (Australia) 15, Ryan Jones (Wales) 14, Mitchell Spear (Australia) 14, Marcin Paradzinski (Torun) 14, Nicky Evans (Wales) 13, Simon Gamble (England) 13, Josh Ison (Australia) 11, David Carmichael (Wales) 11, Jono Birks (England) 11, Ryan Edson (Australia) 9, Chris Eaton (England) 8, Lennon Spear (Australia) 7, Ryan

Bartram (England) 6

Referee: Bob Osborne (Australia)


2007 – Newfoundland Drive, Baiter, Poole, England

Marcin Kolata (Poland) 19, Marek Zmuda (Poland) 17, Ross Priest (Australia) 15 (after run-off), Bartolomiej Parol (Poland) 15, Tom Colling (England) 14, Thomas Reed (England) 13, Piotr Banasiak (Poland) 13, Mitchell Spear (Australia) 13, Matt Mathews (Australia) 11, Piotr Jamroszczyk (Poland) 11, Carl Jarvis (England) 11, Sebastian Morawiak (Poland) 10, Tomasz Bartusuk (Poland) 9, Kieran Jones (Wales) 8, Ashley Birks  (England) 7, Tom Hibberd  (England) 6

Referee – Bob Prince (England)


2009 – Reserve Parade, Findon, South Australia

Ross Priest (Australia) 18, Rob Fitzpatrick (Australia) 17, Faran Willis (Australia) 17 (after run-off), Cody Chadwick (Australia) 16, Joel Chadwick (Australia) 16, Dean Jolly (Australia) 14, Tom Reed (England) 13, Ty Geertsen (Australia) 12, Leon Wild (England) 11, Carl Jarvis (England) 10, Ben Mould (Wales) 10, Daniel Bax (Australia) 10, Paul Heard (England) 9, Lee Smith (England) 9, Jamie Brown (England) 8, Krystian Gorniaczyk (Poland) 7

Referee – Bob Prince (England)


2011 – Edenton, North Carolina, USA

Joel Chadwick (Australia) 20, Patryk Piechota (Poland) 18, Dan Chambers (England) 17, Joe Kemp (England) 16, Leyton Glover (England)  15, Matt Smith (England)  15, Aaron Morgan (England)  14, Cody Eaves (USA) 13, Vicky Brown (England)  12, Lee Kemp (England)  12, Laura Watson (England)  10, Kristina Mines (England)  9, Tyler Smith (USA) 8, Shiloh Basnight (USA)  7, Jay Walters ( Australia) 5, Cathy Basnight (USA) 5

Referee – Steve Copping (Ireland)


2013 – Salisbury, South Australia, Australia

Bartosz Grabowski (Poland) 18, Arek Szmanski (Poland) 17, Lucas Marchlewski (Poland) 16, Adam Bozesewicz ( Poland) 15, Jack Harrold ( England) 14, Aaron Smith (England) 14, Ashley Hill (England) 13, Michal Sassek ( Poland) 13, Jake Read ( England), Aaron Morgan ( England), Shane Bentley (England) 10, Mark Sheldon (Australia) 10, Jack Lush (England) 8, Olie Sidwick (England) 8, Ricki Johnson ( England) 7, Jacob Soper (Wales) 6

Referee – Trevor Cryer ( Australia)


 

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