Well done and congratulations to all the Middlesex London boroughs who took part in the London Youth Games squash tournament at Redbridge Sports and Leisure Centre – RSL this weekend. Middlesex had 10 boroughs represented out of the 16 boroughs in Middlesex. Some fantastic results…
Huge Congratulations to Rio Swasey winning his first U11s Silver in Warwickshire this weekend.
Much improved results and performance from Middlesex.
Rio Swasey 1/20, Tayo Janum Yahaya 5/20, Arthur Pucelle 12/20 and Jackson Varense 20/20
Dalia Brooks 8/15 & Zaminae Raja 9/15
Damian Duckett 20/31
Arjan Virdi 19/32
What a weekend for Middlesex Juniors at the @England Squash ICC Finals.
6 teams traveled to Nottingham with their parents. The BU11s, GU11s, BU19s and GU19s playing in the main finals and GU13s and BU15s playing for the plate trophy and the BU15s won!!!
Congratulations to the BU15s team James Carman, Leon Maudgil, Oliver Hatfield, Arjan Virdi and Bertie Vallat who battled through 3 nail-biting matches to win the trophy.
The BU11s team was Rio Swasey, Arthur Pucelle and Alexander Varanese. Winning their first match against Warwickshire they had a tough semi-finals match against the winning Surrey team to finish 4th.
The GU11s team was Zarminae Raja, Dalia Brooks and Elizabeth Findlay finished 6th
The GU13s team Samaara Chaudhary, Daniela Braw-Smith and Summer Elgarhy played at Manor Park in the plate finals and finished 5th.
The BU19s team Ben Harrison, Joe Dawson and Hadi Khan had a tough draw with Ben having to play 2 of the players ranked above 5th in the country finished 7th.
The GU19s team Margot Prow, Abbie Wilkinson and Ameerah Elgarhy had a thrilling first match which they narrowly lost in the first round to Surrey finishing a well earned 5th place.
Another great event for Middlesex Juniors. On Sunday 4 teams Middlesex Juniors attended the Southern & Eastern Counties Grand Prix series run by Essex Junior Squash at Bishop’s Stortford Squash & Racketball Club. An event organised and to encourage competition for players on the cusp of playing for…