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A Standout Performance for Middlesex Juniors at the British Junior Championships

A Standout Performance for Middlesex Juniors at the British Junior Championships

After 4 days of intense competition at one of the biggest stages, 22 Middlesex Juniors competed with the nations best squash players   Key Headlines BJC winner of Girls Under 13- Tala Abaza Top 10 positions for Mohammed Abaza 3rd BU11, James Carman 4th BU15,…

Report: James Carman at the Junior British Championships

Report: James Carman at the Junior British Championships

The Junior British Championships in Nottingham is James’s last tournament in the U15 age group as he moves up to the U17 age group on November 26th. It turned out to be his best ever tournament with a 4th place, so a great one to…

Report: Middlesex Closed 2019

Report: Middlesex Closed 2019

This weekend saw 131 players battle it out to win the prestigious Middlesex County Closed. We had over 300 matches played, and as a first we introduced a new under 9's age category. The results of the tournament can be found here: https://www.sportyhq.com/…/Middlesex-Junior-Squash-Closed-2….

Well done to all the players who took part.

There are a huge number of people to thank:

First a big thank you to our partner clubs Finchley Manor Tennis, Squash & Health ClubHazelwood Sports Club and Southgate Squash & Racketball Club for allowing us to host the competition at their venues and to the catering teams for excellent menus laid on.

Second a special thanks to Sharon, Brendon MounterIvy DieltiensMargot Prow and Vickie Middlesex for running the front desks and to the army of parents, coaches and juniors who helped keep running the event smooth on the day.

 

Report: Millfield Gold

Report: Millfield Gold

Congratulations to all juniors who played at the Millfield Gold and a big thank you to parents and coaches who prepared the team. We had a total of 15 juniors qualify for this prestigious event, which is a record in our history. We saw great…

Dalia Brooks reflects on her 2018/19 Squash Season.

Dalia Brooks reflects on her 2018/19 Squash Season.

Middlesex Junior Dalia Brooks reflects on her 2018/19 Squash Season.  We wish her the best of luck as she moves into the Under 13’s.   ”During the past season my game has improved hugely, as I have played more my tournament matches have become closer…

Middlesex Junior Closed 2019

Middlesex Junior Closed 2019

Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th September at Southgate and Hazelwood Squash Clubs.

Juniors from Darwin Wellness

Juniors from Darwin Wellness

This is absolutely fantastic!! Our newest junior section in from Darwin Wellness in Northwood meeting the Mayor of London Borough of Hillingdon following representing their borough at the recent London Youth Games. Brilliant work and much credit to their coach Dipak Hirani for getting the…

Junior Refereeing Workshop – Friday 25th October

Junior Refereeing Workshop – Friday 25th October

Want to learn more about the rules of Squash? This course has been arranged for Middlesex Squash Junior squad players and will provide you with the skills and knowledge to referee at junior squash tournaments. FREE to all Middlesex Junior Squash Players. £10 for players…

South East Counties Grand Prix

South East Counties Grand Prix

On Sunday 30th June it was the turn of Middlesex hosted the South East Counties Grand Prix which was held at Uxbridge Squash ClubUxbridge Sports Club and Brunel University Sport.

Middlesex fielded mixed teams of U11, U13s, U15s and U17s, with coaches Brendon Mounter and Guido Lautaro Cannistraci in support.

Middlesex were up against some very tough opponents, especially the U11s who were a very young team. The U11s finished 5th and U13s 4th. There were lots of great matches and some great positives to take away.

The Middlesex U15s and U17s played very well, managing to change the game to start winning more points. Both teams finished in the final spot but lots of lessons learn and much to take away.

A huge thanks to Essex Junior Squash and David Harris for organising again. Looking forward to next season.