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It was a tropical finish to the squash season with finals’ night on one of the hottest April days which could change the games considerably with the faster speed in addition to it being the first finals played to ‘point a rally’ 15 scoring.
In the men’s final Mark Wheeler was tested by Tom Knight as the games went neck and neck, Tom finding good length cross courts to counteract Mark’s running game. For players usually used to playing to… Read more
About 180 children from Windmills School visited the club today for a tennis taster session. The weather looked upon us favourably and a great time was had by all. The sessions were run by the coaching team ably assisted by some year nines from Downlands School. Basic skills were practiced utilising all our hard courts and whilst there was a great variation in ability and familiarity with the game of tennis all the children seemed to have a great time. Thanks to all those that made it possible.Read more
We are very pleased to announce that we have a new coach for disability tennis, his name is Adam Field and we welcome him to the club. Brad will meet with him ASAP to discuss ongoing coaching and to generally amalgamate him into the coaching team.Read more
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Squash numbers are holding up well with the majority of the players taking part in the internal leagues. In the Sussex League the first and second teams did well in Division 1 East and West, the fifths finished mid-table and the thirds and fourths struggled, finishing bottom of their divisions.
In the Annual Tournament Sam Hanbury completed the double of the Mens and Veterans trophies in tremendous matches while Sarah Naish just retained the ladies. Other winners were Dave Jump in the… Read more
It doesn’t seem like almost a year since I stood here asking for your support in making me Chairman of our Club for the second time. Hopefully on the whole you still feel I am doing a reasonable job! My first task at this meeting is again a sad one. 2017 started with the sudden death of our long time member, receptionist and lovely friend, Elaine Gilbert. Elaine was a real character whose friendly face and memorable voice and laughter is still missed by all of us who knew her. Could I just… Read more