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Lee Horton

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Former Sun, Mirror, People and Sunday Express sports executive. Knows a bit about newspapers and the art of talking a good game. Brighter than some but a way to go to match others.

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Rui Soares will test Daryl Selby to the maximum in Ipswich showdown

Gina Kennedy storms through to women’s final against Georgia Adderley By LEE HORTON - Squash Mad Correspondent Daryl Selby and Georgina Kennedy have the Arion Homes...

Top seed Anna Kimberley on course for Ipswich showdown with Georgia Adderley

Daryl Selby battles back to vanquish valiant Vini Rodrigues By LEE HORTON - Squash Mad Correspondent Women’s number one seed Anna Kimberley withstood a full-on charge...

Daryl Selby back in action at Ipswich after a 16-month break

“I haven’t considered hanging up the racket as long as I still enjoy competing – age is but a number” By LEE HORTON - Squash...

WIN a set of Off The Wall Squash cards to boost your training programme

Off The Wall Card Games are an ideal addition for players and coaches By LEE HORTON - Squash Mad Roving Reporter The Covid-19 lockdown has given...

Lee Horton: My new lockdown training partner is keeping me hot and sweaty

‘Covid-19 has taken one great love from my life, so there’s room for another’ By LEE HORTON - Squash Mad Lockdown Fitness Expert Finding new friends...

Fury as Donald Trump visit stops James Willstrop and Daryl Selby exhibition

Garrison Centre taken over by police PSA squash stars James Willstrop and Daryl Selby, along with more than one hundred young players from Essex, have...

Cuskelly and Golan defy Canary Wharf rush hour

Aussie Ryan calls time on Borja for his first win over Spaniard By LEE HORTON - Squash Mad Reporter   Squash grinders Borja Golan and Ryan...

Pilley takes a dive in the third as Selby delivers knock-out punch

Canary Wharf trials best of three format but Selby and Pilley still clock up 49 minutes  By LEE HORTON - Squash Mad Reporter   PODCAST partners...

Gawad and Gaultier set up Swede final showdown

The G-men take out Momen and Rosner to make Swedish Open final  By SEAN REUTHE   Defending champion Karim Abdel Gawad and two-time winner Gregory...

Canary Wharf sells out five months ahead of tournament

  East Wintergarden tickets are snapped up inside five weeks The 2017 Canary Wharf Squash Classic is again a complete sell-out, five months ahead of the...

Essex girls take on City boys in £500 challenge

Essex Squash comes up with novel way to raise funds as they challenge City slickers One sharp-thinking squash county has come up with a unique way...

Lauren Selby named new Norway National Coach

Essex girl Lauren Selby becomes first female to be named National coach for both men and women   LAUREN SELBY, one of England’s brightest and most innovative...

Top stars backing world’s biggest women and girls’ event

Laura Massaro and Nicol David give their backing to 4-Day festival at Edgbaston Priory THE world’s biggest women and girls’ squash event is heading for...

British Open: Change of date suits Nick Matthew

Wolf is still hungry for success World No.3 Nick Matthew is hoping that a change of date for the 2016 Allam British Open, which returns...

Laura Massaro extends deal with loyal sponsor

World number one Laura continues deal with UKFast boss Lawrence Jones   Manchester-based cloud computing firm UKFast is to extend its sponsorship deal with recently crowned...

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