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Standings for Division 1
PW+/-BPPts
1Barnt Green 133411575
2Stourport 122301050
3Manor Park 12291046
4Barnt Green 231-51544
5Stourport 231-51543
6Stourbridge 131-101542
7Redditch 131-211536
8Hereford31-231029
9Boughton Park 120-161022
Standings for Division 2
PW+/-BPPts
1Droitwich 233101565
2Pershore 132181562
3Droitwich 122211047
4Malvern Active 121111038
5Redditch 230-161535
6Boughton Park 231-221535
7Nunnery Wood 130-271529
8Stourbridge 2115522
Standings for Division 3
PW+/-BPPts
1Manor Park 233361574
2Barnt Green 333331573
3Nunnery Wood 232161559
4Stourbridge 331-111545
5Droitwich 32271043
6Malvern Active 231-131539
7Redditch 42131036
8Pershore 230-221533
9Stourport 331010*24
10Evesham30010*7
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County Closed 2019

Friday, January 11, 2019




Charity Squash Day

Friday, November 23, 2018 - Posted by Spence




On the 15th of December, there will be a day of squash at Stourport Tennis and Squash club, to raise money for Cancer Research UK in memory of Mick Rawlins.

From 1pm - 4pm, Ollie Rawlins will be doing a “challenge a pro” event, where people will pay £5 to play Ollie for 15 mins with a substantial head start and if they win, Ollie will match it. There will be a sheet with time slots at the squash courts if you’d like to guarantee a game.

After this, from 4:30pm there will be a team game which will consist of only Rawlins/Grangers against some of Worcestershire’s best!
Tickets will be £5, you will get a ticket if you have played me before too.  Players will be coming from all over (even as far as Australia) so there will be some good squash and hopefully be a good laugh.  As you all know Mick lived and breathed the squash club and I’ve
wanted to do something special in his memory for a while and I hope you can all come and watch!

If you want to book a slot to play Ollie then please call him on 07399 352235



No5 Barristers Chambers National Club Championships 2018/19

Saturday, August 11, 2018 - Posted by Spence

No5 Barristers Chambers

National Club Championships 2018/19

Dear Club Manager/Squash and Racketball Captains,

Please find attached the entry forms for the No5 Barristers Chambers National Club Championships 2018/19.

Last season 95 clubs entered teams, which culminated in an amazing finals weekend, where Edgbaston Priory Club became the Men’s Champions & Pontefract, became the Women’s Champions.

Champions in the other categories were -

Bexley – Mixed O35 Champions

Colets – Mixed O45 Champions

Colets – Mixed O55 Champions

Bishop Stortford - Non-County Player Champions

Surbiton – Racketball Champions

Hallamshire – Mixed Junior Champions

Edgbaston Priory Club (Men) and Pontefract (Women), plus Edgbaston Priory Club (2017 European Club Champions – Women’s), will be representing England at the 2018 European Club Championships taking place in Eindhoven in September. 

Edgbaston Priory Club, have been organising the No5 Barristers Chambers National Club Championships since 2015 but this will be our 5th and final year of organising this wonderful event. We would like to thank No5 Barristers Chambers - who have supported the event and helped it to grow - to every club who has entered, all the team organisers, managers, fans and now friends of these championships.

We will be passing the baton of running the championships on to another club/organisation for the 2019/2020 season and we wish whoever takes it on our very best wishes. For our last season as hosts  Edgbaston Priory Club would like to put on the largest Championships so far, so please pass on the entry form to other clubs and county associations.

Michael Harris will be the Tournament Director. He can be contacted via email on nationalclubchampionships@gmail.com

There are 8 categories, Men’s, Women’s, Mixed O35, Mixed O45, Mixed O55, , Men’s Racketball, Men’s Non County Player and the Mixed Junior* (*new rules apply)

The winners of the Men’s & Women’s Event will be eligible to represent England at the European Club Championship  2019’s.

The format for the National Club Championships 2018/19 will be dependent on entry numbers. If possible, we will run regional group stages, with the winners moving into a knockout stage.

Teams that qualify will compete at the Finals weekend, which will take place at Edgbaston Priory Club on Saturday 27th – Sunday 28th April 2019.

Please find enclosed an entry form and regulations for the above tournament.  If you do not deal with such matters please pass onto the relevant person within the club.

If you have any queries regarding the competition please email nationalclubchampionships@gmail.com

Please note that entries close Monday 24th September 2018 and we look forward to receiving your entry.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Michael Harris

Tournament Director




Gain Experience Volunteering at an International Sporting Event!

Saturday, August 11, 2018 - Posted by Spence

Untitled Document       
                                                                                                             

            The Extra Mile Development Programme

 

University of Birmingham Sport & Fitness

Volunteering at University of Birmingham Sport

   
     
                                               

Gain Experience Volunteering at an International Sporting Event!

We have an exciting opportunity coming up in September, where you will have the chance to volunteer at the World University Squash Championships. The competition will take place at the University of Birmingham, in Sport and Fitness from 2 - 13 September, 2018.
             
Squash has been on the World University Championships sports programme since 1996, and it is a very popular sport among      university students. 
             
Although not essential, as it is an international event, we are also looking for bilingual volunteers, so please get in touch and specify which languages you speak! 
             
              Example roles:
              - Transport
              - Attaché
              - Court Attendant
              - Security 
              - PR and Social Media
              - Streaming and Event Presentation
              - Information Desk
             
              For more information please email p.a.heighway@bham.ac.uk

             
     
     
                                               

University of Birmingham      Sport & Fitness, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT 

     
     




Roy Bradley

Friday, June 29, 2018

Roy, who was a very well-known and highly respected member of Stourbridge, joined the Club some 40 years ago. Roy joined to play tennis and with his strong left arm and fast movement proved a very difficult player to beat in the tennis singles leagues and club tournament. Roy then turned to squash which became his foremost sport and in which he excelled.

Roy played for Stourbridge for many years and ultimately, winning the National Veterans Singles Championship in his sixties. Later, Roy developed into a keen racketball player and regularly used the gym to enhance his mobility and strength.


Sadly, whilst playing a racketball match on Monday last Roy collapsed on court. Roy was immediately and quickly treated by qualified staff, Jon Hope and Darren Bradbury, to whom huge thanks must go. Paramedics soon arrived, and Roy was taken to New Cross Hospital for further treatment. Very sadly, Roy did not recover and died at the hospital on Thursday evening last, 21st June. 

Our deepest condolences go to Roy’s wife, his immediate family, other relatives and friends on this saddest of all occasions. 

A service will be held at St. Marys Church, Oldswinford on Monday 9th July 2018 at 3:15pm then at Stourbridge Tennis Club afterwards.
No flowers by request, any donations please will go to the Starlight & Chris Westwood Charity for Children, Via Wombourne Funeral Services ot the Charity box at Stourbridge Club.



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