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The draws have been released for this weekends National Racketball Championship in Nottingham.
Please follow this link to view.
Full schedules with all match times will be up tomorrow!
Please open the file below to see the latest entry list with any corrections made from earlier in the day.
If anyone has any problems please call me on 07846 067505 - Mark.
Click on the file below to view the latest entry list for the National Racketball Championships.
I have had to merge a couple of the groups in the Women’s Championships and have messaged those effected directly.
Can you please let me know as soon as possible if any information regarding your entry is not correct or if you would like to change anything. My mobile number is 07846067505.
Once I have given everyone a chance to come back to me with entry list corrections I will start work on the draws and schedule. I will aim to have everything sent out to you by tomorrow at the latest.
If not then with entries closing this Friday 24th March you still have time. For more information follow this link or contact Mark Fuller directly on 07846 067505 http://www.uk-racketball.com/e1---national-racketball-championships.html
Did you know that all entrants to the HEAD Racketball Nationals can upgrade their entry to a full Series entry for only an additional £40.00 this give you the opportunity to play in any or all of the HEAD UK-Racketball Series events this year. For more information check out the UK-Racketball Series in the drop down menu above. If you have entered the Nationals and would like to upgrade to the full Series contact Mark Fuller on 07846 067505.
Entries close in one week, and it's shaping up to be a fantastic weekend of Racketball. We are pushing 100 entries now, but there are still spaces!
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Entry List So Far...
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The rules for both sports are almost identical.
They both provide an intense workout - the court is only small, but the constant changing of direction and long rallies (if you're good enough!) mean you'll certainly feel the effects.
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