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Monthly archives: May, 2019

Eissa On England Duty Again As England Retain European U15 Title

Young Kenilworth star Abd-Allah Eissa was in action for England for the second time in two months as he took his place in the side for the European U15 Championships In Eindhoven.

The team breezed through the pool stages to set up a last eight clash with Scotland, a match they won through 2-1. A 3-0 win against hosts Holland leading…



Priory Do The Double At The National Club Championships

Edgbaston Priory secured an impressive double at the No 5 Barristers National Club Championships Finals which were hosted at Priory. Over the season teams had battled it our over a number of categories from juniors through to the over 55’s.

In the mens event Priory beat Colets in the last four to set up a final against a strong Roehampton side….



Lewis Anderson Part of England U19 Team to Win 10th Consecutive European Title

Edgbaston Priory youngster Lewis Anderson represented the England U19 team that won the European title in Prague last month. England topped their group with wins against Denmark, Poland, Wales and Norway before taking down Spain 2-1 in the quarter-finals. Another 2-1 victory against the Czech Republic booked a final spot against Switzerland which they won to take top prize. Anderson…



Abd-Allah Eissa Helps England Retain Five Nations Title

Kenilworth’s Abd-Allah Eissa was in action for the England U15 team at the five nations tournament in Dublin at the start of April. The event takes place each year and involves England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and France. England won all of their matches with Eissa also undefeated over the weekend.

England squash high performance coach was impressed with…



Warwickshire Ladies Promoted Back to Premier Division

The ladies had narrowly missed out on Premier league survival in the 2017/18 season and were back at the Park in Nottingham to try and reclaim their place at the first time of asking.

Leonie Holt was once again captaning and leading the team at number one, being joined by Leamington team mate Laura Helm. Kenilworth trio Olivia Gow, Lucy…



Warwickshire Men Finish 3rd at National Finals

Last year saw our men post an impressive 4th place finish on their return to the premier division after a long absence. They travelled to Nottingham University this time round with a strong line up and hoping to go better this year.

Chris Hall and Jason Pike returned from last years squad together with the return of Haroon Rashid who was…