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Category: Women

Edgbaston Priory Ladies Are European Champions!

Edgbaston Priory Ladies have succesfully defended their title at the European Club Championhips In Paderborn, beating the best teams on the continent on the way to victory. Priory qualified for the event as defending champions and were drawn in group stages against their German hosts Paderborner, Czech team SC OTEC and the Finish side ESRC. Two comfortable 3-0 victories sandwiched…



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…



Warwickshire players lead England and Ireland to Masters glory

Warwickshire were well represented in the recent Masters Home Internationals with 4 players making the England teams and 2 players representing Ireland. Natalie Townsend (Kenilworth) followed up on last years debut by helping the England Women’s O35 team retain their crown in Nottingham. Andy Murray (Sutton Coldfield) completed a remarkable return from a total knee replacement to aid the England…



2017 Warwickshire Closed Squash Championships

The Warwickshire Closed Squash Championships will be held at the Sutton Coldfield SRC on Fri/Sat/Sun 20/21/22 January 2017. Click here for an entry form.



The winners of the 2015 Winter and 2016 Summer Leagues

The photo shows the winners of the 2015 Winter and 2016 Summer Leagues who were awarded with their trophies at the AGM on 6th September. The results were as follows: Summer Leagues 2016 Squash Div 5 – Birmingham University Div 4 – Kings Heath Div 3 – Edgbaston Priory Div 2 – Solihull Arden 1 Div 1 – Leamington Racketball…



Warwickshire players in England Squash Masters success

Three Warwickshire players proudly represented England in the recent home internationals. Marcus Hayes helped England win in the Over 35’s in Nottingham. Natalie Townsend was in the Over 35/40 ladies team that won over in Dublin. Rachel Woolford was the victorious captain up in Aberdeen in the Women’s Over 50’s category Marcus and Natalie made their first appearances for England. The…



Warwickshire Ladies over 40’s Success

Warwickshire Ladies over 40’s came out on top at stage 3  of the Inter county squash championships held at Hunts County Squash Club at the end of January 2016. Captain, Alison Insley, set the scene with a comfortable win at fifth string and Jane Armstrong followed up also winning in straight games. Sam Hampson stormed to another win in three…



Warwickshire Ladies over 40’s – Inter County Championships

Warwickshire Ladies over 40’s were hosts in the first stage of the Inter County Championships, in the Premier Division B held at Freedom Fitness on October 11th 2015. They made a winning start thanks to emphatic maximum points victories over Worcestershire and Buckinghamshire. The first round saw Warwickshire leading on 40 points with Cambridgeshire on 38 points, Worcestershire on 5…



Women’s success!

It has been a marvellous period for Emma Beddoes and Sarah Jane Perry with Emma getting to world number 13 and Sarah Jane to number 14 in May 2015. Sarah Jane Perry won the Women’s British National Squash Championships in February 2015 beating Alison Waters in the semi final, the number 2 seed and followed up beating the number 1…



December 2014: England became the Women’s World Team Squash Champions!!!

Women’s World Team Squash Championships 2014 (Niagra-on-the-Lake, Canada) Second seeds England defeated first-time finalists Malaysia 2/1 to win this championship for the seventh time. England prevailed in their eleventh straight final to win the title. Warwickshire is delighted to have supplied two of the four ladies in the team; Sarah-Jane Perry and Emma Beddoes. FINAL: England 2-1 Malaysia #3: Sarah-Jane…