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Category: Results

Staunton and Woolford Claim National Titles

Nick Staunton and Rachel Woolford came through to win National Masters titles at the weekend in Manchester. Staunton faced twin brother Rob in the O45 final, a repeat of the Warwickshire 035 final in January, which Nick won 3-2 after a tense battle. Both brothers has caused major upsets on their way through, Nick beating top seed Mike Harris in…



Warwickshire Success at the North West Masters

This weekend saw the last Masters regional event of the season before the Biritish Nationals in February. These two events being the final chance for players to get the results they need to force their way into contention for the England teams for the yearly Home Internationals. Warwickshire has a number of players who are in with a chance of…



County Closed Results

After a great weekend of Squash our 2018 County champions have been crowned. Many thanks to all those who took part along with Leamington Squash Club for their hosting of the event. A big thank you to Forestry and Landscaping Ltd and Napton Cidery who’s financial support was greatly appreciated. As ever well done to Mo Sarwar on another well…



Harris And Woolford Take Masters Titles In Winchester

Edbaston Priory’s Mike Harris and Rachel Woolford from Solihull Arden struck to claim Masters titles at the South regional event in Winchester. Harris, competing in the Over 45 category, made it a hat-trick of titles this season as he beat Galen Le Cheminant in an epic 5 game tussle. Harris led 1-0 and 2-1 before being pegged pack each time…



Jan Makes It a Hat-rick of Titles at the Sutton Coldfield International PSA Event

A superb finale to a great week of Squash as Jan Van Den Herrewegen made it a hat-rick of titles at the Sutton Coldfield International in a thrilling final against Jaymie Haycocks. An expectant crowd were split with their predictions in the build up with a couple of small wagers being placed on the final score! The showdown gave us…



Hassan Khalil Reaches Final of British Junior U15 Championships

Solihull Arden’s Hassan Khalil put in an impressive performance to finish runner up at the British Junior Championships held at the National Squash Centre in Manchester. Khalil, an England junior international, was seeded 2nd coming into the event and showed some strong performances to reach the final. He was up against the outstanding Sam Todd, already a two time British…



Lewis Anderson Becomes British Junior U17 Champion

Lewis Anderson admits he had to muster every ounce of concentration as he powered through an enthralling five-game thriller to secure his maiden title at the British Junior Championships. In a sensational advert for the junior game, the 16-year-old clinched a 11/7, 14/12, 7/11, 9/11, 11/8 victory over Scotland’s Alasdair Prott to become the first Warwickshire male in over three…



Junior County Champions are Crowned

The 2017 Warwickshire Junior County Closed was kindly hosted by Freedom Leisure at Warwick for the second year running. Their five glass back and four hard back courts were put to good use over two days by over 80 of our best young squash players. The club was packed with players, parents, coaches and friends all of whom enjoyed a…



Juniors Excel at Inter-County Stage 1

Last weekend saw the start of the annual Inter-County competition which sees teams from all over the country do battle to claim the crown of the UK’s best in each age group. Warwickshire had a total of 5 girls and 6 boys teams competing from under 11 through to under 19. Such is the current strength in depth, we were…



Saffery so close in the final of the Barcelona Open

Edgbaston Priory’s Deon Saffery came agonisingly close to claiming the $5,000 PSA title in Barcelona with a nailbiting 5 game loss to England’s Lucy Turmel. Saffery, who is currently ranked #78, has recently returned from injury and upset the seedings to make the final. Straight game victories against Grace Gear (England), Georgia Adderley (Scotland) and Tinne Gillis (Belgium) put her…