Dorset Junior County Closed

Well what a great weekend of junior squash! So good to be back competing in the Dorset Junior County Closed competition at West Hants. 48 juniors were raring to get back in to action and they put on a great display of squash throughout the weekend. It was great to see familiar faces, and the lovely vibe that squash gives us was back!

Congratulations to our county champions 2021;

BU9 Winner: Ben Lamond, R/U Arlo Shave

BU11 Winner: Charles Spires, R/U Freddie Wyatt

GU11 Winner: Myah Lowe, R/U Kate Lockyer

BU13 Winner: Isaac Watts, R/U Jason Button

GU13 Winner: Tara Lowe, R/U Molly McCoy

BU15 Winner: Harry Slade, R/U Daniel Hill

GU15 Winner: Lara Sheldon, R/U Lisa Stewart

BU17 Winner: Harry Slade, R/U Ben Stewart

GU17 Winner: Abi Russell, R/U Bella Rowley

BU19 Winner: Alex Fordham, R/U Lloyd Dunn

GU19 Winner: Amy Campbell-Wynter, R/U Izzie Rowan

A huge well done to all the players and thanks to our sponsors Karakal and Slades Estate Agents. Attached are a selection of photos. More can be found on the Dorset Squash facebook page or email me if you want any more.

FUTURE TOURNAMENTS

Sunday 7th November @ 2 Riversmeet – Halloween tournament

Sunday 12th December @ West Hants – Christmas tournament

January @ Bournemouth Squash Club – date tbc

Sunday 27th February @ Canford School

Look out for entry forms for the first one, coming soon…

Many thanks 

Bev

Bev Vatcher

Dorset Junior Squash Development Officer

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  1. Hi Bev,

    I hope you are keeping well! So lovely to see all the pics of the County Closed winners and their trophies all looking so grown up too! It must have been great to finally hold the comp after so many covid restrictions.

    Robyn is now on a study year abroad at Uni of Toronto, waiting to get on the courts there and trial for the team, apparently they open in Oct. She also organised a UCL ‘Have a go at squash’ session before she left to try and swell numbers, it went really well and their coach organised help from a high ranked England player he’d coached previously.

    Ollie is now at Uni of Birmingham and has just managed to get into their 4th team. He is thrilled, but now has several matches to play in his bubble and serious training to do in-order to keep his position in the squad!

    Thank you and all the coaches for your dedication over the years that’s enabled them both to play so well! Keep up the great work!!

    Best wishes

    Louise, Todd Robyn & Ollie xx

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