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U19 men, U15 women and U15 men take to the mats for day two of the 2024 Canadian Wrestling Championships

April 07, 2024

MISSISSAUGA— The 2024 Canadian Wrestling Championships (U19, U17, U15) continued on April 6, from the Paramount Fine Foods Centre Sportsplex in Mississauga, Ontario with the U19 men, U15 women and U15 men all in action. The story after day one was the club dominance by Coast Wrestling Academy. The club won all three Club Team Awards from day one and were looking to continue the strong performances during day two.

U19 Men

Day two saw British Columbia take home the Provincial Team Award for the U19 men. They finished with 47 points, two better than Ontario who had 45. B.C. had three gold medals in the division from Michealjeet Grewal, Guru Gobind Singh WC, at 92kg; Tejvir Dhinsa, Guru Gobind Singh WC, at 110kg; and Jagroop Dhinsa, Guru Gobind Singh WC, at 125kg.

The U19 men’s Club Team Award went to Saskatoon Junior Huskies who had 31 points, second went to Guru Gobind Singh WC at 30. The Junior Huskies were led by gold medalist Zechariah Topping in the 55kg weight class.

The Most Outstanding Wrestler was awarded to Ryan Dahcha, from Matmen WC, who won the 60kg weight class.

U15 Women

In the U15 women’s division, it was Ontario who reigned supreme with the Provincial Team Award. Ontario finished the day with 36 points, second went to B.C. with 32. The province was led by gold medal performances from Lauren MacGregor, K-Bay WC, at 46kg; Keerat Parmar, Team Impact, at 50kg; Annie Niemann, Kingston WC, at 62kg; and Asees Bains, Independent WC, at 66kg.

As for the Club Team Award, it went to Team Impact, who finished with 17 points, good enough to beat out Canadian Mal in second.

Thanks to her performance in the 50kg weight class, Parmar was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler.

U15 Men

The U15 men’s division saw Ontario take the Provincial Team Award with 56 points. In second was B.C. with 54.  In total, Ontario had five gold medalists, winning gold were Delwin Jerard, Matmen WC, at 34kg; Declan Tonnos, Central Toronto WC, at 44kg; Braddock Slack, Kingston WC, at 57kg; Jackson Baxter, Elite WC, at 62kg; and Manraj Sahota, Matmen WC, at 100kg.

The Club Team Award went to Canadian Mal WC, who ended the day with 30 points. Second was Kingston WC with 18.  Canadian Mal was led by gold medalist Samarpartap Singh in the 41kg weight class.

With his golden performance in the 52kg weight class, Kemal Pasha Aliyev Quliyev was also named the age group’s Most Outstanding Wrestler.

For full results, by weight classes, visit the tournament site.

Photos from the event can be found here.

Tomorrow, the Canadian Wrestling Championships wrap up with the full Greco-Roman event for all three age groups and both men and women. Wrestling begins at 9:00 a.m. If you are in the area, spectators are welcome to attend. Tickets are available at the door. The event will also be streamed on FloWrestling.