Gabe Laidlaw from the Revelstoke Squash Club receives his trophy after finishing second in the boys under-15 B division at the BC Junior Open Squash Championships at the Jericho Club in Vancouver last weekend. Laidlaw

Photo: Gabe Laidlaw second at BC Junior Open Squash Championships

Gabe Laidlaw finishes second in the boys under-15 B division at the BC Junior Open Squash Championships last weeeknd

Gabe Laidlaw from the Revelstoke Squash Club receives his trophy after finishing second in the boys under-15 B division at the BC Junior Open Squash Championships at the Jericho Club in Vancouver last  weekend. Laidlaw, Tettey Tetteh, Julia Dorrius and Sophie Dorrius took part in the competition. This was a big step up in competition for the kids, said club manager Kevin Dorrius.

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