Congratulations to Robert Thirst, Jack Rodwell and James Robinson for winning their respective groups this month.
Sunday 23rd April, saw over 40 juniors take to the East Anglia Tennis and Squash Club courts to compete for the prestigious Norfolk Junior Squash Open titles in their respective age groups. With matches commencing from 09:30, the courts were filled right through till the late hours of the afternoon. From the Girls under 11’s age group to the boys under 19’s there were entertaining, respectful and close matches throughout the tournaments duration.
The Norfolk Team of Brady Mackenzie (EATSC) George Pinkstone (Fakenham) and Gabriel Escalera (EATSC) travelled to The National Squash Centre in Manchester to compete in the under 11s inter county. This was the first time the boys had pulled on the County Colours and they were very excited. First up was Warwickshire who proved too strong despite the boys giving them a run for their money. Brady at Number 1 String was able to pick up a valuable point losing out 11-8 in a close final game 6-1 To Warwickshire
On Sunday 12th February, four competitive groups took to the Rossis squash courts in North Walsham to compete in the first junior squash Grand Prix of 2017.
Throughout the morning, Robert Thirst and Liam Bond dominated group 1, winning all their matches 2-0. When competing against one another, Liam took game one 11/8, however Robert’s age and experience allowed him to claw back the next two games giving him this month’s Grand Prix title.
Broadland Sports Club recently welcomed Harleston Squash Club, for a friendly tournament with juniors of mixed abilities and all ages taking part.
The friendly match which took place on the afternoon of Saturday the 21st January, saw 14 juniors split between four groups take to the courts for some highly entertaining and high quality squash matches.
Broadland sports club recently hosted a Christmas tournament which had a good turnout of keen juniors who found motivation to play squash no matter how close to Christmas day it happened to be. In group one, there was some highly competitive matches, all played out in a positive fashion, as we would expect considering the time of year.