Date: Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th September 2018
Venue: East Anglia Tennis & Squash Club, Lime Tree Road, Norwich, NR2 2NQ
Venue contact: 01603 453532
Entry deadline: 9pm, Friday 7th September
Enter online here: goo.gl/forms/0AHfOgtZDK2UNKm83
£12 ENTRY FEE
PLUS £6 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL AGE GROUP ENTERED
CATEGORIES INCLUDE: INDIVIDUAL BOYS AND GIRLS UNDER 11, 13, 15, 17, 19
SUBJECT TO ENTRY NUMBERS, FIRST/SECOND ROUND MATCHES MAY BE SCHEDULED DURING THE AFTERNOON OF SATURDAY. ALL SEMI FINALS AND FINALS WILL BE SCHEDULED ON SUNDAY.
Players will be expected to mark matches during the tournament. Players and parents must adhere to tournament rules and regulations.
Tony Henden, Broadland Sports Club, Main Road, Fleggburgh, Great Yarmouth, NR29 3AE
Tel. 01493 369651 / 07900 558493 Email email@example.com
Robert Thirst (County Grade Referee) Tel. 07919 136822
For more information contact Tony Henden:
Tel. 07900 558493 / 01493 369651
Broadland Sports Club junior squash grand prix results can be downloaded below.
Another six players made their debuts in the Junior Squash Grand Prix held at EATSC, Norwich on Saturday 16th June. Demonstrating the healthy growth in new participants, with squash clubs from Fakenham, Harleston, Heywood Health & Fitness in Diss, and Broadland Sports Club being particularly well represented. Thirty-eight players competed in 5 seeded groups, and produced many close matches, with winners coming from a wide range of clubs. All 56 matches were played as best of 5 games, giving everyone great match experience and opportunity to improve their game.
In group 1, Alex Hagag from Fakenham, again proved to be slightly stronger than the rest of the field, but was given some long and testing rallies by Jodie Dowe in his 11/5, 11/5, 11/5 group final match. Elsewhere Sebastian Marsh-Fiele finished in the top 4 on his debut and Billy Riches performed above his seeding to finish 5th. Ryan Jackson playing in group 1 for the first time played in the closest match of the day narrowly overcoming Jasmine Thirst 15/13 in the fifth game before going on to push Billy to 4 games to finish 6th.
Fakenham Squash Club hosted the latest Norfolk Junior Squash Grand Prix on Sunday 20th May, where the host Club were well represented with 12 out of the 27 players competing. In Group 1 they filled 3 of the top 4 places, and also had newcomer Evan Lagrange competing for the lower positions. The improving Alex Hagag beat top seed Liam Bond 3-1 to win the group to give the home Club their first group win of the day.
Closest match in the group was Jasmine Thirst’s gutsy 3-2 win over Harry Cox, recovering from 0-2 down to enable her to finish a very good fifth.