Jasmine Bakhshi

Jasmine is one of the youngest players to represent England in a junior international event, playing in the Czech Republic in November 2015 shortly after her 11th birthday. She then went on to play in the Women's U26 team in the Channel Trophy the following month. 

In 2015, Jasmine won the Under 19 Championship Pairs in London. She successfully defended her title in 2016 (when it was then for those Under 21) playing with her brother Liam Sanderson.

In July 2019, Jasmine was an integral player on the England bronze medal U16 team at the European Youth Championships. The next month Jasmine finished 9th in the World Youth Championships U16 Pairs. She earned the Joan Gerard U16 award aimed at rewarding aptitude, fair play, good sportsmanship and a friendly international spirit.

Jasmine currently attends University of Exeter where she is reading clinical psychology. She is a supporter of Fulham Football Cub having grown up in Fulham. 

Last updated: September 2023

An interview with Jasmine and family - English Bridge, April 2016

Major International Selections
Junior World Championships: 2016 & 2018
European Junior Championships: 2019
Peggy Bayer Selections: 2020 and 2021
Junior Channel Trophy: 2015 2020