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Category: Juniors

Birmingham to stage British Junior Open in 2018, 2019 & 2020

The championship is one of a series of events including the 2018 World University Squash Championship, the 2019 European Team Championships and Premier Squash League to raise the awareness of the sport in the region and to establish the West Midlands, once again, as the home of squash. Squash is also a core event in the Commonwealth Games and Birmingham’s…



Squash Girls Can Event a Huge Success for Leamington Squash Club

On 9th July, Leamington Squash Club celebrated its first Squash Girls Can event, a celebration of women’s squash in the region and across the country, and a chance to inspire a new generation of squash players. This fantastic event was sponsored by Baxi, and supported by England Squash and Sport England’s This Girl Can campaign.  Photography was supplied by Dan Purdue…



Squash Juniors Parents’ Seminar – Free of Charge

A seminar for the parents of Junior squash players will be held on Monday evening, 20 February. The seminar will be held at the Kenilworth Tennis, Squash & Croquet Club at 7pm. Monday, 20 February Kenilworth Tennis, Squash & Croquet Club Free of Charge



Junior boys success – Inter County Finals

U17 boys – 3rd The team lost to Essex in semi finals. In the play-offs for 3rd and 4th places, they beat Yorkshire….



U13 French Junior Open Champion – Alhassan Khalil

A massive congratulations to Alhassan! He beat fellow Brit, Oliver Green of Essex [5/8], 3/2 in the finals in Lille. The match lasted 52 minutes. The French Junior Open is the second biggest squash tournament after the British Open. It was held in Lille in February this year. Alhassan was seeded 9/16 in a draw of 64 players He managed…