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Monday 20 February 2017

There are two squash teams at the club, registered in the Criterium Ile de France, with matches on Thursday evenings.

Training takes place on Monday evenings (from 7.30pm to 9pm) and Saturday afternoons from 3pm to 6pm.

The Club holds a traditional Open Tournament, the Queens Cup. This year, it will be held on the 6th and 7th June, 2015. 

If you do want to play, Saturday afternoon is a good time to find a partner to give you a game, or there will be a squash player around who will find you a partner to match your level. Just make sure you have shoes with the correct soles for playing on the courts.

Common ground rules
 
The courts are going to be closed from now on and the keys available at the bar
 
Children are more than welcome to use the courts to play squash with the appropriate shoes. 
 
Any other activities are forbidden on the squash courts exceptions being Junior Cricket, if raining, want to practice using softball, bare feet.
 
Children may use the squash courts to play squash on Wednesday afternoon in case of bad weather. 
 
Call for rackets : we would like to promote squash by allowing children to play so we need to build a stock of racquets for their use when at the club.  If you feel like you have old racquets you no longer use, please feel free to donate it to the section. You can leave them in the office or with a member of staff. 

 

Head of Section: Philippe Albrecht

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Junior Squash

Squash Matches - 19th & 26th January

Two important matches for our 1st & 2nd teams took place on 19th January and 26th January. 

There is also a very good article about the SAC on the Squash IDF Website.

Squash News - January 2017

Both teams won last week. Team 1 easily and brilliantly (see report below). Team 2 went to a final showdown, the score being 2.2 before the captain, Jean, closed the game 3.0. 

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