In the boys U14 finals, Sadili's Henry Ayesiga was made to work hard by India's Nikhil Bonapally, before winning the match 6/4, 7/5, in what was the longest match of the tournament. Henry, who won the ITF 14 and Under in April this year, was trailing 2/5 after taking the first set, and had to raise his game considerably to catch up and take over the match. David Nesbitt was semi-finalist while Olivier Kigotho reached the third round.
Harry stichbury took the Boys U10, winning all matches 4/1, 4/2, 4/1 and 4/2 against Nikhil Sanjay, Massa Kevan, Tom Stonewigg, Rendy Mutabola and Sai Charith, respectively. His team mate Tom Stonewigg took position 3 in the same category after losing to Sai Charith 3/4.