FIJI's Ruby Coffin finished as the number one seeded player in the women's under-12 division during West Pacific Qualifying Junior Tennis Championship at the Lautoka Tennis Court yesterday.
Coffin finished the singles event undefeated from six games without losing a set in 10 games to book her spot in the Pacific Oceania Junior Tennis Championship in August.
Yesterday she beat Bianca Terra of Papua New Guinea 6-1, 6-1 to round off her campaign on a high note.
Vanuatu's Emma Maucotel finished second, losing only one match from six games. Maucotel lost her only match to Coffin on day one.
In the boy's division, Graham Mani of the Solomon Islands won the boy's competition. Lataisi Mwea of Kiribati finished second while Ben Pechan of Vanuatu was third and teammate Julien Pineda finished third.
Fiji's Damien Wu and Ben Little John finished on sixth and ninth place respectively.
The tournament continues today.
1st/2nd playoff: Graham Mani (Solomon Islands) beat Lataisi Mwea (Kiribati) 6-3 6-3
3rd/4th place: Ben Pechan (Vanuatu) beat Julien Pineda (Vanuatu) 3-6 6-4 7-6(3)
5th/ 6th place: Gavin Molotii (Tuvalu) beat Selwyn Lam (Solomon Islands) 6-3 6-4
7th/ 8th place: Bainrebu David Ioera (Kiribati) beat Damien Wu (Fiji) 6-3 2-6 6-2
9-13th place playoffs: Ben Little John (Fiji) beat Alex Laka (PNG) 6-2 6-0; Raneel Chand (Fiji) beat Shyaam Raniga (Fiji) 7-6(3) 3-6 6-1; Alex Laka (PNG) beat Raneel Chand (Fiji) 7-5 6-2; Shyaam Raniga (Fiji) beat Joe Maxson (Solomon Islands) 6-1 2-6 6-1
U12 Girls final round of pool play:
Ruby Coffin (Fiji) beat Bianca Terra (PNG) 6-1 6-1;
Emma Maucotel (Vanuatu) beat Cassandra Meleangi Tenoa (Kiribati) 6-0 6-0
Chloe Collinson (Solomon Islands) beat Nicole Kamara (PNG) 6-0 6-1