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Squash in the Olympics

November 29, 2009 Leave a comment

Ever wondered why squash hasn’t made it into the Olympics and synchronised swimming has? Me to!

We’ll have a look at this link to see the current (disappointing) situation for 2016 – there is a squash promo video further down the page which I think is very interesting.

 

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Peter Nicol Interview

November 29, 2009 Leave a comment

Ex squash World No.1 Peter Nicol talks about his move back to his home in Scotland’s North East, his decision to switch countries and his belief that to be the best squash player in the world you need to move to England to be exposed to the top standard of play on a regular basis. To see the STV interview click here.

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Alan Clyne Climbs World Rankings

November 27, 2009 Leave a comment

Scotland No.1 Alan Clyne reached the Austrian Open final and with this took a rise of seven places to No.85 in the November world rankings. Alan, who is still two places lower than his career high of No. 83, also reached the quarter final of the Leinster Open earlier this month. 

Stuart Crawford (who is the second highest Scot on the list at No.131) will fly out to America in December to improve this ranking.

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How much do you like the new site?!

November 22, 2009 4 comments

Well folks, I have finally done it. (About time, I hear you say!!) Got a site up and running.

Have a hunt around….let me know what you think.

Happy blogging.

Jase

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Congratulations!

November 16, 2009 Leave a comment

Congratulations to all David Lloyd Juniors who took part in the West Inter-regional junior squads on 14 and 15 November.

For more information, click here

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