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Northumberland Racketball Open today. See UK_Racketball on twitter for updates. Our twitter feed also now runs on the website home page on the left hand side.
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The draws are now online for Event 4 of the 2018 UK-Racketball Series. This is the first time that the Series has travelled to the North East. A strong local Racketball contingent will take on our Series regulars...
The 4th event of this years Series is NEXT Saturday. Entries close at the end of Monday but don't hesitate and enter now to secure your spot! Enter online here fantasysquashshop.com/events/uk-racketball/the-northumberland-racketball-open-event-3-of-the-2018-uk-racketball-series-23rd-june-2018.html
For more information and to enter over the phone call Mark directly on 07846067505
Northumberland Club is one of the best facilities in the UK-Racketball Series this year and the event is shaping up nicely with plenty of local interest and some top Racketball players making the journey.
Follow this link to see where you sit after 3 of the 10 events this season.
Remember points mean prizes, the higher you can climb the better you will do!
National Ranking update to follow.
Event 3 of the 2018 UK-Racketball Series is set to be a busy one.
The first ever UK-Racketball Series doubles event sees a full draw with Ted Jeal and Billy Jones seeded one.
Follow this link to view all the draws and schedules - www.uk-racketball.com/e3---bexley---9th-june.html
Harrogate was the furthest the UK-Racketball Series had ever travelled to the North of England. Yorkshire is one of the real hotspots of Racketball and Harrogate has recently undergone a fantastic refurbishment making it an ideal venue for the UK-Racketball Series.
The Over 50’s started this year as it finished last year as the largest draw of the day. It was three matches for all competitors just to make it out of the groups and then a further two in the winners group to take the title. Patrick Osborn who missed the Nationals through injury sailed through Group A without dropping a game. In Group 2 local player Paul Mancy had to withdraw injured and Lee Sadler capitalised to secure a spot in the Finals Group.
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