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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.
This is a last call for entries to the East of England Racketball Competition at the City of Peterborough Sports Club on Saturday November 20th 2021.
There are spaces available in all grades, but entries must be submitted before the closing date of Monday November 15th. So, if you are interested in playing in this tournament please contact the organiser to complete an entry form before then.
For more details on the tournaments, and how to enter, click the link below.
SUNDAY 9TH JANUARY 2022:
Exeter Golf and Country Club One Day Racketball Graded event!
Open to all playing abilities with 5 Grades form A to E.
You will have 2 x best of 3 game matches and one final best of 5 game match in the tournament.
For More details, and how to enter, click the link below.
The South of England Racketball Open at Chichester Squash Club is always one of the most popular events on the calendar, and this year was no exception.
This year Chichester hosted 60 competitors over 7 grades, along with 8 doubles pairings, and a full day of racketball starting at 9am and going on into the evening.
Fresh from his strong British Open semi-final against Nick Matthew, UK Racketball Series stalwart Luke Bishop headed up a competitive A Grade down on the south coast.
Follow this link to read the report . . .
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