Competing at U11 level, Chloe reached three finals, just like her sister, and she came home with the Mixed Doubles title safely stowed away.
In the Girls Singles, she made a bright start beating Sarah Barry 21-13 21-15 but had to be at her very best to thwart Siofra Flynn after winning the opening set 21-14, when her opponent snatched the second to level 21-17.
The decider really brought out the best in Chloe, reminiscent of her older sisters Rachael and Rebecca. She secured her place in the final 21-18.
She even put up a great performance to push Neasa Flynn, the top seed, all the way in both sets, losing 21-14 21-18.
Obviously bolstered by her performance in the singles, Chloe progressed through to the final of the mixed doubles, partnering Mark Bolger.
After a routine opening round victory over Jason Carr and Clodagh Foley, they caused an upset by knocking out second seeds Jack Bridgeman and Chloe’s sister Paige 21-12 21-19 to reach the final.
The opening set of the decider went to opponents Robbie Frost and Siofra Flynn 21-19, with Chloe and Ryan taking the second by the same score. In the decider, Mark and Chloe asserted their dominance to seal a 21-16 win.
The girls doubles was not unexpectedly a close affair with the Woods, Chloe and Paige, against the Flynns, Neasa and Siofra in the final.
Top seeds Chloe and Paige narrowly lost the opener 21-17 and the second seeds held their nerve to win 24-22.