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Monthly archives: March, 2014

INTERNATIONAL ACTION FOR OWAIN AND ALICE

Owain Taylor will captain Wales at European teams as Alice Green makes England debut The success of Essex players continues to make headlines beyond the county borders. Last weekend Billericay’s Alice Green made her England junior debut at the Five-Nations tournament in Dublin against France, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. And in 12 days’ time, Owain



WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS…ENGLISH TITLES FOR ESSEX DUO

Alice and Richie lift England Junior titles Essex pair Alice Green and Richie Fallows are the toast of the county after being crowned England Junior champions on Sunday. Alice lifted the girls’ under-13 title while Richie landed the boys’ under-19 crown at the Technifibre English Junior Championships held at Surrey Park and Winchester. It was



SIGN UP FOR LOZZA’S EASTER COACHING AT ARDLEIGH HALL

LAUREN SELBY will be holding four junior squash coaching afternoons at Ardleigh Hall over the Easter holidays. They are for players aged eight and over will take place on Wednesday April 9th, Thursday April 10th and then Tuesday April 15th and Thursday April 17th. All sessions are from 1pm until 4pm. Cost of each session is £12



MARCH ENGLAND RANKINGS…3 NUMBERS 1’S FOR ESSEX

Elise, Anna and Richie top the national rankings Richie Fallows, Anna Kimberley and Elise Lazarus were ranked number one when the list of England players was released for March ’14. The Essex trio have regularly represented their country and continue to spearhead the county’s assault on the national rankings. Richie, who became a PSA player



THE RISE AND RISE OF ANNA KIMBERLEY

Essex’s British Under-19 Champion tells her own story I was first introduced to squash at aged 11 by Chris Vine who brought a squash workshop to my primary school. From then I started playing regularly at my local club, Ardleigh Hall, and at the University of Essex as a part of NESA (North Essex Squash



Dave Webster leads Essex under-19’s to National Inter-county crown

ESSEX Junior Squash is riding high again after the county’s under-19 boy’s squad were crowned National inter-county champions at Edgbaston…11 years after they last claimed the title. The seven man team turned the form book upside down by dismantling favourites Yorkshire 4-1 in the final shoot-out having disposed of in-form Merseyside in the semis. Spearheaded



THE FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHT AS OUR U-15 GIRLS FINISH THIRD IN THE COUNTRY

COUNTY COACH LAUREN SELBY REPORTS This season Essex fielded a girls U13 and U15 team in the inter-county competition. A young U-15 team of Elise Lazarus, Alice Green, Ellie Hewes, Paige McCoy, Eleanor White and India Webb worked hard in the earlier rounds and secured themselves a place in the Inter-County Finals in January. The girls headed to



Alice Green goes from strength to strength

Swapping tennis rackets for squash rackets eighteen months ago, Alice Green, a year 8 pupil from Billericay School, has experienced a successful 12 months of squash, culminating in winning the British Junior Squash Championship title for U13 girls in Manchester, the same day at Nick Matthew won the World Title. Alice has rapidly climbed the



Healthy Schools Programme

Essex junior squash is driving a healthy schools programme spearheaded by coaches Chris Vine, Lauren Selby and Paul Allen. Recently, 64 kids from 16 different schools battled it out in the Colchester Primary Schools Regional Mini Squash Schools League Finals at Lexden Squash Club with Chappel School emerging as victors. Their team of Marcus Dunn,