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Photo montage of the Optical Express sponsored West Racketball Masters Open this weekend at David Lloyd Renfrew

September 22, 2019 Leave a comment

Draws for the ‘Optical Express’ 2019 West Racketball Masters this Weekend at David Lloyd Renfrew

September 20, 2019 Leave a comment

Photo Montage of The 2018 Scottish Racketball Open

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Photo Montage of the Scottish Squash Awards Evening (last Saturday at ESC in Edinburgh)

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Scotland Over 65s win the Home Internationals Title

Many congratulations to the Over 65s men’s team for winning the Home internationals at Cardiff Squash Club.001

The winning team was (left to right) Alex Everingham, John Rae, Iain Ross, Jim Dougal, Dave Sturman & Emilio Fazzi.

The lads beat Welsh Team 5-0 on Friday night then on Saturday morning England were the opponents and unfortunately they lost a close match 3-2.

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So it looked like 2nd beckoned and the lads then went on to put in a great performance to beat the Irish Team 5-0

BUT then news came over the wire that Wales beat England 3-2 so the team reached for the calculators and……………………….

Scotland 1st place with 20 points and and England 2nd place 17 points

 

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2104 British Open

 

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This was the ‘match of the tournament’ but neither player went on to win the tournament! The 102 minute semi final was an amazing contest, but Gregory Gaultier took the title by beating Nick in the final.

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Peter O’Hara – Interview of the Man Who Won The 2013 Over 40s British Nationals

March 13, 2013 1 comment
Peter at Newlands before coaching

Peter at Newlands before coaching

I met Peter O’Hara at his home club Newlands, in Glasgow’s South side, to congratulate him on his 2013 British National Over 40 Title and ask him how he did it.

As always Peter just saw it as another match and was surprised at the number of people who have since congratulated him on his title.

Even at the championships in Manchester last month when the organisers told him all about the finals day (the announcements, the introduction to the crowd, the music as he walked out), Peter was reticent to get in the spotlight. Even the MC said “Peter, you just don’t get it do you? It’s The Finals Day of ‘The British Nationals’!”

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