The 2014 V2 World Championships were held in Harrogate this year at Harrogate squash club. The event was sponsored by SunnyCam Video Recording Eyewear.

The Falkirk Cannons had a number of its members participating in the in all levels of the competition this year and we would like to congratulate them on their success!

Global VX Commissioner Craig Buttery “Again games were played with Honour, Integrity and Respect, again standards rose to a new level. All in all another successful World Championships bigger than last year and next year will be the Philadelphia VX Games on the 14th, 15th and 16th August which again will be bigger and better, pushing the boundaries of participation in VX with more new friendships being forged and standards raised. So to everyone involved thank you for your participation and thank you.”

Below are the V2 World Rankings for Senior, Youth and Master. Falkirk Cannons are marked in red. All in all another successful World Championships bigger than last year and next year will be the Philadelphia VX Games on the 14th, 15th and 16th August which again will be bigger and better, pushing the boundaries of participation in VX with more new friendships being forged and standards raised. So to everyone involved thank you for your participation and thank you

Senior

1st Jack R. Brown England

2nd Carl Alsop England Sponsored by C-Barz

3rd Scott Snowdon England Sponsored by C-Barz

4th Tom Hildreth England Sponsored by VX International

5th Scott MacMichael Scotland

6th Dan Raper England

7th Meghan Plummer Scotland Sponsored by VX International

8th Malingha Timothy Uganda Sponsored by Liberty Insurance

9th Liam Leckenby England

10th Matti Chasan Bergstein Denmark

11th Aaron Perry England

12th Tony Notarianni USA

Youth

1st Tom Brown England Sponsored by C-Barz

2nd Charlie Ford England

3rd Chris Hodge England

4th Will Charters Reid England

5th Robyn Taylor Scotland

6th Cameron MacIntyre Scotland

7th Aimee Caldwell Scotland

8th Meghan Davidson Scotland

Masters

1st Paul Hildreth England

2nd Conrad Broughton England

3rd Tony Nield Scotland

4th Andrew Foster England

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