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Entries close this week for the next event in the 2019 UK-Racketball Series, The London Racketball Open.
Racketball's history actually started at Bexley, follow the link to read our article on Ian Wright who as club secretary introduced the game to the club in 1965. Bexley is one of the best squash clubs in the country with a fantastic junior program a lovely bar area and thriving Racketball community!
Follow the link above to view the full entry list...
After the great success of last year’s Sumner Malik Legacy Event we’ve put together another full day of squash fun, however now moved it to the summer so hopefully it really will be ‘sunshine for Sumner’. The 2019 Sumner Malik Charity Event is upon us on Saturday 3rd of August and this year’s pro show will take the format of England VS Rest of the World! Tickets are ON SALE NOW:
You’ll also be able to take part in coaching clinics from the world renowned Squash Skills, Nick Matthew Coaching Academy and England Squash National Senior Coach David Campion. On top of this, you’ll get opportunities to get on court with and meet the pros before watching team England take on team ROTW
The Edgbaston Priory Club, the home of Racketball/Squash57, last weekend (5th – 7th July) hosted the sports 36th National Championships.
The weekend saw 240 players competing in 318 matches across 23 grades ranging from Under 13’s through to Over 80’s. This was the sport’s biggest tournament ever in terms of entries, categories and matches played. Squash57 is the only sport ever to host a National Championships for such a wide range of ages over just one weekend. It was great to see such a diverse group of players all coming together to play the game.
The Over 50’s took centre stage over the weekend... click here to read the full report...
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