English youngsters won a glut of medals at a Swedish tournament, including seven golds.
Sienna Jetha took two of those, as did GB Junior squad player Sophie Earley, with further golds for Abraham Sellado, Ralph Pattison and Connor Green.
The three-day tournament was in Orebro and featured a series of age group competitions from under-12s to seniors.
Jetha won her golds in the under-14s and under-15s, winning a tight final in the younger age group 3-2 (11-8, 11-7, 8-11, 3-11, 12-10) against Siri Benjegard as top seed beat second seed.
England got two bronzes in the same category – Jetha getting through against Naomi Coker in the semi-finals, while Benjegard defeated Ella Pashley.
In the under-15s, Jetha was second seed and beat compatriot Pashley in the final in four (12-14, 11-9, 11-2, 11-9). Mabel Shute earned a bronze – going out to Jetha 3-2 (11-4, 11-4, 7-11, 9-11, 12-10) in the semi-finals, the same stage at which Pashley beat the top seed Enisa Sadikovic of Luxembourg.
Earley was champion in both the women’s band 1 and under-16 girls’ competitions, with England also picking up silver and bronze in the older age group.
Second seed Earley defeated Mari Baldwin in the final by a 3-0 (7, 8, 6) scoreline – Baldwin had earlier come from 2-0 down to defeat top seed Denise Payet 3-2 (11-13, 7-11, 11-1, 12-10, 11-4) in the semi-finals.
In the under-16s, Earley was top seed and defeated second seed Sadikovic in three straight in the final. Both Pashley and Jetha won bronzes – Pashley was beaten by Earley in their semi-final.
Sellado’s gold was in the under-12 boys’ event and it was an all-England final as he defeated Kacper Piwowar 6, 12, 6. Adam Alibhai took a bronze for England – he was beaten 3-2 (11-4, 8-11, 12-14, 11-7, 11-5) by Piwowar in the semi-finals.
Pattison won the under-15 boys’ category, beating Khai Noah Lam of Norway 3-1 (8-11, 11-8, 11-7, 12-10) in the final.
Green was the winner in the under-16 boys’ category, the top seed beating second seed William Bergenblock 3-0 (12-10, 11-5, 14-12).
Further silvers were won by Piwowar and Jetha in their respective under-13s competitions, Piwowar being beaten by second seed Aaron Sahr of Luxembourg in four and Jetha by Clemence Tardieu of France in three.
Further bronze medals went to Green (under-18 boys), Mari Baldwin (under-18 girls), Isaac Kingham (under-14 boys) and Sellado (under-13 boys).
Also on duty in Sweden were: Ben Piggott, Larry Trumpauskas, Max Radiven, Adam Dennison, Ben Dunkley, Toby Ellis, Anna Green, Anaya Patel, Joseph Hunter, Joseph Dennison, Maliha Baig and Jakub Piwowar.