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It's a packed days play at one of London's best club, Bexley Lawn Tennis and Squash Club. Follow this link for live scores https://www.sportyhq.com/tournament/view/Event-8-London-Racketball-Open-6th-August-Bexley
A sunny weekend at The Edgbaston Priory Club and some of the best Racketball we have seen at the National Championships. This is a weekend that the Racketball community looks forward to every year, a chance to catch up with old friends, renew old rivalries and add new names to the Racketball/Squash57 Nationals Halls of Fame. 2022 did not disappoint with brilliant Racketball, great fun by the outdoor pool and new names engraved into the sports history.
In a great women’s tournament it was last years Champion Amber Marshall... follow this link to view the full report...
Last chance to get involved in the best Racketball tournament of the year the National Racketball/Squash57 Championships running at Edgbaston Priory on the 16th/17th of July.
Follow this link for more information on an event that is so much more than just Racketball...
For the first time since 2019, counties from across England returned to the Nottingham Squash and Racketball Club for the Racketball Inter-County Championships 2022. After the resounding success of the event 3 years ago, our inbox has been full with people asking when the next edition was going to be, so we're thrilled that we've been able bring the County Teams back for another weekend. Click here to read the full report...
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The Cambridgeshire Racketball Open has been running for 7 years under the stewardship of Rennie Kapila and has gone from strength to strength throughout that period. It was fantastic that this year we have had the opportunity to incorporate the tournament fully into the UK-Racketball line-up and see the top locals take on our Series veterans. This year’s Cambridgeshire Racketball Open was rebranded The Mike Keogh Memorial Tournament in honour of a regular UK-Racketball Series player and Peterborough member described by Rennie as a true gentleman who loved his Racketball.
It was a full house and early sell out for the doubles with two groups of 4 and the winners making it through to the final. In Group A local pair Dan Soar and Callum McGurk made it through as champions but... follow this link to read the full report
Entries close this Friday - follow this link for more information and to enter online - https://www.uk-racketball.com/e5---mike-keogh-memorial...
The Cambridgeshire Racketball Open has a fantastic history and is an event with a unique atmosphere on our tour with Rennie Kapila organising music throughout the day.
This year's tournament will be extra special as we remember a fantastic gentleman and big supporter of UK-Racketball Mike Keogh who back in the early days of our tour travelled across the country to our different events.
He will be most remembered for his all whites while playing, having a cup of tea on the balcony while supporting others and being someone who always gave his games his all right until the end.
The first trip to Liverpool for the UK-Racketball Series and it did not disappoint... follow this link to read the full report...
Liverpool Cricket Club is a fantastic old school squash venue with 4 well maintained hardback courts and a glass back show court. With the courts all together in one section of the great club house it makes for a brilliant tournament atmosphere. Liverpool Cricket Club is steeped in the history of sport and it was great to add the UK-Racketball Series to the list of brilliant tournaments held at the club over the decades. Post event we went for a tournament curry, what a fantastic end to a fun day!
It is looking like a fantastic turn out for our first time in Liverpool!
Join local legend Matty Powell for a fun day of Racketball action and if you are up for it and curry night at the legendary Taj straight after the presentations.
Remember that these events are for all ages and abilities. It is a day of fun in a very friendly atmosphere with some great on court battles thrown in!
Entries close this Friday 29th of April. Follow this link for more information
A great evening with Mr Squash (Mike Harris) at New Street Station glass court promotion. Racketball proved to be really popular, a big wait to get on the court and a crowd all the way through.
The whole event at New Street Station will run from the 4th till the 11th of April with a aim to showcase squash with thousands of school children having a hit on court as well as taster sessions, exhibition matches and a chance to meet the pro’s playing in this weeks PSA event.
Last nights Racketball began with a team match between four of the region’s biggest Racketball centres, Edgbaston Priory, Stourbridge, Wolverhampton and Leamington. Later on in the evening we had an open play session with members of the public coming on to have a hit!
Mark Williams CEO of England Squash stated that “There’s 170,000 people coming to New Street everyday seeing this court. Most squash courts are hidden away in leisure centres or clubs,” he said. “It’s not a sport people see that often. So we wanted to put that right with this event.
Follow this link for more information and online entries...
The Race to become the first ever UK-Racketball Series Competitor to reach 20 Career Titles is tighter than ever. After wins in Broxbourne at the East of England Racketball Open, Ryan Loska and Luke Bishop have both moved up the table to close in on the top.
With titles in both the A Grade and the Doubles, Luke has moved clear of Ian Graham and leapfrogged Natalie Lawrence to claim 4th spot with 16 titles. His run of form in recent years is sure to be a worry for those above him though, as you can guarantee it won't be long before he adds some more to that tally!
Meanwhile, Ryan Loska added a 7th Over 40's Title to go with his 8 B Grade Titles. Along with 2 A Grades and a Doubles Title, he now moves to joint first on 18 UK-Racketball Series Titles alongside Patrick Osborn and Ted Jeal. With all of these players closing in, and still 11 events to go this year, surely 2022 will be the year that someone reaches the elusive 20th Title.
The #RaceTo20 is on!
UK Racketball Series 2022 - Entries and Series Memberships with SportyHQ
2019 and 2021 were fantastic years for the UK-Racketball Series with every regional event selling out and a brilliant British Closed, British Open and National Doubles. To take UK-Racketball to the next level we have partnered with a tournament software provider SportyHQ.
We hope to streamline the entry process and provide the community with some great features such as online scores, historic head to heads and automatic ranking calculators. From our meetings with SportyHQ they are as passionate about our sport as we are.
Find our how to use SportyHQ for Online Entries, Sign-up for Series Memberships, and view the 2022 UK Racketball Series Calendar via our FAQs page.
Follow this link to see all of the events in the calendar for 2022
To sign up online head to the event pages - if you have any questions over the process follow this link - www.uk-racketball.com/series-faqs.html
We will be running a Questions and Answers Zoom Session on Thursday evening at 19:00
Topic: UK Racketball SportyHQ Q&A
Time: Jan 27, 2022 07:00 PM
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Meeting ID: 914 5868 9508
2021 was a tricky year, and despite starting with uncertainty over whether the series would even go ahead, we were able to deliver 7 Tournaments across the country. This was in no small part due to the support of all our series sponsors, and the efforts of every single one of you within the UK Racketball community - we can't thank you enough.
December saw the Series-Ending East Midlands Open and National Racketball Doubles, held at the much-loved Nottingham Squash Rackets Club. Thanks to an excellent turnout, and some highly competitive matches, we've seen some movement in the National and Series Rankings as the year comes to an end.
For the report on both these click here, and you can find photos on our Facebook page.
Both events combined have had a big influence on the National Racketball Rankings and the UK-Racketball Series Rankings.
Find out how things stand, including the Top 10 Finishers for the 2021 UK Racketball Series, through the links below.
2022 JERSEY RACKETBALL FESTIVAL
29th April - 1st May 2022
The Jersey Squash & Racketball Club would like to invite you to join them for the 2022 Jersey Racketball Festival which will be held on their beautiful island from 29th April to 1st May. Matches take place on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, but as this is a festival the social aspect is just as important! The club bar will be open all weekend serving your favourite drinks and nibbles, plus there will also be some live music for you to dance the night away to. The closing date for entries for off-island teams is fast approaching (31st December), so if you haven’t yet entered a team but would like to do so please fill out the online form via the link below:
Follow this link to view the entry list for the Series finals in Nottingham. It is a fantastic entry into both the East Midlands Singles and the National Doubles!
4 quality pairings lead the way in the Mixed Doubles with Luke Bishop and Amber Marshall toping the seeding list but they have some tough matches ahead of them with experienced doubles players and the holders of many, many national titles Patrick Osborn and Zoe Fennell seeking to add to their tally.
October was a busy month on the UK Racketball Series. The 16th and 17th saw the inaugural British Racketball Open in support of Bluebell Wood. Played at Hallamshire, Sheffield, the tournament was contested by some 150 entrants representing 66 clubs from across the country.
Next up on the UK-Racketball Series was a return to Chichester for the South of England Racketball Open. This is one of the most fun events of the Series, and saw some new faces joining the perennial stars of the series.
To read the full reports from both events head to the following links British Open and South of England Open.
Both events combined have had a big influence on the National Racketball Ranking and the UK-Racketball Series Rankings, click the link below to find out how the rankings have changed.
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