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Junior County Training – Edgbaston Priory Club – 2/3 September 2017

We are pleased to invite juniors along to a training/selection day on either Saturday 2nd (11 & 13’s) or Sunday 3rd (15 – 19’s) to be hosted by Mike Harris at Edgbaston Priory Club. The objective is to identify those juniors who wish to be considered for our Inter County Teams and who are keen to be part of the…



Strong Warwickshire Performances in the August National Rankings

No major movers this month but our juniors maintaining some impressive rankings in the August update! For the full England Squash junior rankings please click here  



Rugby School Coaching Opportunity

Rugby School are looking to appoint a squash coach. Full details enclosed:



Fundraising for Richard Waller

As you may know, Richard Waller, a very active squash and racketball, suffered a spinal cord injury in January 2017 which has left him unable to walk. A cellular treatment has been recommended using marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells. This is a lengthy and complicated procedure which must be carried out in the USA or Germany. In addition to this Richard…



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…



Winter League Entries Now Open

Please note: Clubs who have limited courts will be able to play home matches for lower teams on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday evenings All division 1 and 2 matches are to be played on Mondays Ensure that entries are sent before September 4th and payment is made to our treasurer, Chris Barker as well by this date. Email all entries…



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…



Makin secures Kent Open title

Joel Makin has won the $10,000 Kent Open 2017 PSA event, betaing local favourite Josh Masters in the final. Makin, the World number 47 defeated Masters, ranked 58, in straight games 11-5, 11-4, 11-8 in 37 minutes. Makin’s toughest match of the event came in the quarter finals came against training partner and fellow Warwickshire professional Jan Van Den Herrewegen….



Woolford falls just short in British Open final

Solihull Arden’s Rachel Woolford came tantalisingly close to claiming the Women’s O50 British Open title this weekend at Colets club in Thames Ditton. The event attracted over 300 masters players competing in age groups from O35 to O80. Woolford, seeded 2, came up against Hilary Kenyon of Cheshire in the semi-finals and after a slow start began to assert her…



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…