Finals day in Birmingham produced another bagful of titles for Egypt, seven of the ten going the African powerhouse’s way.
Malaysia claimed the first title of the day in the only upset as Harleein Tan dashed Mariam Eissa’s bid to emulate her elder brother’s title last year.
Pakistan claimed a first title since 2012 as Muhammad Kanza Khan despatched another English hope Yusuf Sheikh in the B15, but England claimed a title as Sam Todd put in a masterful performance to claim the B17 title to make it three titles, emulating Pontefract team-mate James Willstrop.
On a day dominated by Egypt with seven trophies in 10 finals, in the pick of the encounters GU19 second seed and three-time BJO champion Aifa Azman was denied a fourth by top seed Jana Shiha winning in straight games 11-7, 11-6, 16-14.
World number 78 Shiha’s power hitting and deft touch when required to save two game balls in the third extended her winning streak to 21 and brought the 18-year-old a maiden BJO title.
“It feels great, I have dreamt of winning this tournament since I was 10!” said Shiha.
Egyptian top seed Moustafa El Sirty also won his first BJO crown by seeing off another three-time champion, second-seeded compatriot Yahya Elnawasany 3-0 in a little over 30 minutes.
El Sirty said: “It’s an awesome feeling! I have always dreamed of achieving this title so it’s a dream come true.”
Both Egyptian boys U13 finalists  Youssef Salem and [9/16] Ahmed Rashed used every inch of the court and every angle possible as the second seed came back from a game down to win in four:11-13, 11-3, 11-5, 11-5 – the only match to go beyond three games.
Salem almost got more relaxed as the match went on and his calm demeanour was key against the free-hitting Rashed.
GU15 second seed Fayrouz Abouelkheir (Egypt) made amends for final losses in the U13 event the last two years as she completed the perfect tournament by not losing a game.
The 13-year-old was too hot to handle for [5/8] compatriot Malak Taha, coming through in three in 20 minutes.
Pakistan’s BU15  Muhammad Humza Khan then followed Abouelkheir’s achievement with a perfect streak of his own, showing no signs of nerves as he downed England’s [5/8] Yusuf Sheikh 3-0 in his first BJO final, also his country’s first win since 2012.
The volume went up a few notches as the older age groups took to the court, the day’s fourth all-Egyptian clash in the GU17 providing  Sana Ibrahim with her shot at a first BJO title since 2016 to make up for her runner-up finish in 2018.
Ibrahim saved a game ball for [3/4] Nour Khaled Aboulmakarim in the third game to register a 3-0 victory 11-4, 11-9, 12-10, the friends hugging warmly as they went off court.
In a complete contrast, Yorkshire BU17 Sam Todd  outplayed the patient Malaysian [5/8] Ishant Shah in three: 11-4, 11-2, 11-2 in 26 minutes with rallies noticeably longer than any match prior on the day.
The BJO title was Todd’s third, adding to wins at U15 and U13s, his recent experience on the PSA Tour proving vital as he was rarely tested by the steady rhythm of Shah.
“I was very happy with the way I played. I didn’t let him get in the match and I thought I was very solid throughout. Overall, I’m just very happy, “said the 16-year-old, England’s first winner in the age category since James Willstrop in 2000.
Dunlop British Junior Open 2020: final results
GU11 [3/4] Harleein Tan (Mas) 3-0  Mariam Eissa (Eng) 11-6, 11-9, 12-10
BU11  Yassin Kouritam (Egy) 3-0 [3/4] Seif Belal El Shal (Egy) 11-9, 11-6, 11-7
GU13  Amina Orfi (Egy) 3-0 [3/4] Anahat Singh (Ind) 11-0, 11-1, 11-4
BU13  Youssef Salem (Egy) 3-1 [9/16] Ahmed Rashed (Egy) 11-13, 11-3, 11-5, 11-5
GU15  Fayrouz Abouelkheir (Egy) 3-0 [5/8] Malak Taha (Egy) 11-5, 11-4, 11-9
BU15  Muhammad Humza Khan (Pak) 3-0 [5/8] Yusuf Sheikh (Eng) 11-4, 11-3, 11-7
GU17  Sana Ibrahim (Egy) 3-0 [3/4] Nour Khaled Aboulmakarim (Egy) 11-4, 11-9, 12-10
BU17  Sam Todd (Eng) 3-0 [5/8] Ishant Shah (Mas) 11-4, 11-2, 11-2
GU19  Jana Shiha (Egy) 3-0  Aifa Azman (Mas) 11-7, 11-6, 16-14
BU19  Moustafa El Sirty (Egy) 3-0  Yahya Elnawasany (Egy) 11-8, 11-5, 11-7
Photos: Steve Cubbins.