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2015 Scottish Racketball Open – starts today (24th April) at Laurieknowe in Dumfries

The 2015 Racketball Open starts today in brand new Racketball & Squash Club Laurieknowe in Dumfries. The Drar for the Mens Open is Below

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El Gouna Final – Ashour v El Shorbagy (another classic!)

These 2 guys could create the the finest matches of this generation if they keep on like the last 2 encounters!

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Newest Member of the Harrow Team – Orla Young

IMG_0821Orla Young is the newest sponsored player of the Harrow team in Scotland and at just 12 years old she already has some major achievements on the squash court.

She is No 1 under 13 in Scotland (and No 2 under 15 in the rankings).  At the Home Nations she did unbelievably well, beating the No 1 from England, Ireland, Wales and France (and based on these results it would not be unreasonable to say that she was the British No 1 under 13!).

Orla has also finished:

  • Winner of the  Scottish Junior Closed in February
  • 3rd in the Danish Junior Open
  • Runner-up in the Irish Junior Open
  • Runner-up in the Scottish Junior Open.
  • Winner of the West Junior Closed

Orla is hoping to win one or two more u13 titles before she turns 13 in November.  She’s also currently No 6 in the European Junior Rankings (and IMG_0823would like to finish in the top 3 before she leaves the age group).

So watch out for this ‘Young’ lady as she has also won over 25 matches for Newlands this season in the west Leagues and her coach Peter O’Hara (sen) has high hopes for her.

Picture – with Peter O’Hara and his Harrow Vapor and Orla with her Harrow Camo (the ‘Young’ and O’ld Pistol Pete!)

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Men’s World Top 20 PSA Rankings

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Canary Wharf Classic 2015

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The 2015 Canary Wharf Classic kicks off today and it’s shaping up to be a fantastic display of squash in London.

Nick Matthew is the man in form and the No.1 seed, but the dark horse has got to be Germany’s Simon Rosner who is currently in his highest ever World Ranked position of No.9.

Have a look at the draw below or by clicking here for the most up to date situation

And for all the details of the day’s play click here

Canary Wharf 2015

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360 Ball Anyone?

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