Team 1 won 5:0 against IBM (missing one player) on Thursday evening, with Aurélien, Charles, Nico and Sean all winning their matches (3:2, 3:0, 3:2, 3:0). Kia Kaha Team SAC!.
Team 2 Didn't play. Read on for a Team 1 photo.
After the health minister’s announcement, the Squash Federation has issued a statement that will affect squash from next week. Squash courts will be closed for a period of at least two weeks from Monday 28 September. However, coach Roland is OK to go ahead with the coaching as previously agreed for the start of the season, provided the parents agree. More details in the main article
A win and a loss for our Teams on Thursday evening. Team 1 beat Oxygène 3, 4-1, and even better the team has now secured the top place in the pool and therefore a place in the 2nd division next year. Team 2 had a close match but unfortunately lost 3-2 against Altiplano St Cloud. Read on for a Team 1 photo.
Both Teams 1 and 2 won their matches on Thursday night. Team 1 playing away beat Stade Français 2 4-1 and thereby have virtually secured their place in 2nd Division next year. Team 2 beat Oxygène at home 3-2. "Thanks to Emil's crazy balls", according to the captain, Jean. Read on for a photo of Team 1.
Another good 4-1 victory for Team 1 who played Les Touristes St Cloud 2 in St Cloud. Alec, Charles and Greg each won their matches 3-0 at positions 1, 4 and 5, Jean-Guillaume at number 3 secured a 3-2 victory, but Aurélien, unfortunately, injured his leg and lost 1-3.
Team 2 was up against Cygne, second in the pool, but, with only 3 players available, lost 5-0 :-(
This week Team 1 had two important matches. On Monday evening at home, they played against Squash 95 4, a match that had been rescheduled due to the December strikes. SAC 1 won 4-1. On Thursday they played Altiplano St Cloud (the only team to beat us in the first part of the season) also at home. This time, we mercilessly took our "revanche" 5-0. It definitely felt like Division 2 is getting closer for Team 1... Team 2 did not play this week.
Team 1 played away against Verrières, a strong team that we had beaten previously at home; they were rumoured to be out for revenge and fielding their best possible team. We, on the other hand were missing 2 players. In the end, Team 1 won 3-2. Team 2 played Chaville at home and unfortunately lost 3-2. Read on for a full report and photo!