JENNY Moore served up some key wins at an international tournament in Belgium.
The 11-year-old from Saughall is a member of the England World Futures Bronze programme, which identifies potential international stars at under 11, U13 and U15 level.
Chester Queen's School pupil Jenny is part of England's U13 squad and travelled to Belgium to compete in the Victor Junior Olve tournament in Edegem, Antwerp.
Countries from all over Europe sent teams to compete in the top junior event.
In the singles competition, Jenny reached the quarter finals before narrowly losing to a Belgian opponent.
In the girls' doubles, she partnered Serena Midha from Nottinghamshire and the duo battled their way to reach the final, ending as runners-up to the more experienced Finnish pairing of Mathilda Lindholm and Jenny Nystrom.
In the mixed doubles, Jenny got through to the last 16 with Buck-inghamshire-based partner Cameron Webber before being knocked out by a French pair.
Jenny plays regularly for the U13 Cheshire county team which finished second in the National Team Challenge in Luton this year.
She is coached by Mike Swindles at the David Lloyd Racquets Club in Ellesmere Port and, as part of the World Futures Bronze scheme, attends England training sessions in Manchester twice a week as well as training with both Cheshire U13s and U15s.