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Follow this link to see who has already signed up... http://www.uk-racketball.com/e2---north-east-of-england-racketball-open---13th-april.html this is looking like another big event for the UK-Racketball Series!
There is just under three weeks to go until the second event of the 2019 UK-Racketball Series kicks off at Hallamshire and the entry list is already looking good...
National Rankings March 2019
The new National Racketball Rankings are now online. Follow this link to view all categories and to see how our latest event the East of England Racketball Open has effected the standings!
Patrick Osborn is the big climber, up 4 places in the Over 50's! In a direct result from the East of England Ryan Loska's victory over James Powley has meant that he has replaced him in the England Top 10. With both players Series members this year however this is surely the first of many contests between them!
East of England Racketball Open Titles
A Grade: Joseph Blackmur
B Grade: Manuel Costa
Over 40’s: Richard Davies
Over 50’s: Patrick Osborn
Over 60’s: David Worrall
Women’s: Amber Marshall
Doubles: Adam Grilli/Elliot Selby
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The 2019 HEAD UK-Racketball Series kicks off this Saturday with a sellout at the East of England Racketball Open.
England No.4 Billy Jones is seeded one in the A Grade. Jones is looking to start 2019 in the same fashion as he finished 2018 with a tournament win. The A Grade at Broxbourne is looking anything but straight forward however with three other players inside the top 10 taking part. Craig Chapel, Elliot Selby and Joseph Blackmur will all be looking to scupper Jone’s plans.
The Over 50’s is once again the largest draw of the day with 20 players taking part. With 6 straight wins needed to come home with the Over 50’s crown the day is set to be a test of endurance as much as skill.
A player to watch out for on the day is local favourite and National Doubles runner-up Amber Marshall as she attempts to go for three events, the women’s, A Grade and doubles. It will be Racketball all day for Marshall but maybe on home turf she can take home a title and hopefully survive the day!
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