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Monthly archives: June, 2017

Dave Webster running Summer Camp at Connaught

There are five weeks of great Summer holiday squash training camps at Connaught Squash Club with Level 3 coach Dave Webster. They will run on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays starting on July 24th and ending August 25th. They start at 10am until 3pm and cost £25 a day or £60 for the week.  Each camp includes



Essex holding open trials for new players

For all those Juniors not currently involved with Essex Junior Squash Development or County Training squads, please note our next trials are on Sunday 2nd July at the Garrison in Colchester and Connaught Squash Club in Chingford. You do not need to register, just turn up between 10:00 and 12:00. Essex Junior Squash coaches will



New coach Niall staging squash festival at David Lloyd

Great to see the David Lloyd Club at Gidea Park pushing and supporting squash. Former Essex and England junior Niall Engerer is the new coach there and he is already making a huge difference to the squash experience at the club. Training nights are a huge hit with members and numbers are growing at an



Essex ace Lauren wins British Open Masters title

From world champions to old aged pensioners, the British Open Masters served up squash of the highest quality from the world’s best seasoned players – proving once and for all that age is just a number. More than 300 of the finest masters players on the circuit showed why squash is a sport to be



Our AGM will signal farewell to Karen and John

Dear All Please see attached the notice of the Essex Junior Squash AGM which takes place on Wednesday 5th July at 7.3pm Hamptons Sports Club (formerly Marconi) CM2 9FH. AGM 2017 notice Essex Junior Squash is run entirely by volunteers, our activities this year have included: the Essex Closed, Essex Open, Grand Prix Series, Inter County



Connaught Bronze showcases exciting young squash talent

Dave Webster served up another excellent Connaught Junior Bronze event on Saturday attracting players across the South East.  Essex, as expected, supplied the bulk of the players for a tournament that delivered an incredibly high level of squash a good sportsmanship. Kent’s Jack Mitterer looked the stand-out player and although he was pushed quite hard, he was



Elise and Alice heading for World Championships in NZ

England will take two Essex players to New Zealand for the world’s most prestigious junior competition. British Junior Open U17 finalist Elise Lazarus and Alice Green, England’s No.1 ranked U-17 player, will travel to Tauranga, in the north of New Zealand, for the World Junior Team Championships on 12th July to take part in both the team and



Essex juniors impress at Under-11 Nationals

So proud of our young Essex players who competed at the England U-11 National Championships in Sheffield at the weekend. Renitha Srindran from Connaught matched her national ranking by finishing second while Bishops Stortford’s Alex Banhidai was third. Congrats too to Amelie Brooke, Zain Mughal and Edward Mason who all put in performances that more