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National Club Championships 2017/18 – entries close in 2 days!

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The victorious women’s team in the 2017 National Club Championships – Kenilworth

National Club Championships 2017/18 – entries close in 2 days!
By James Roberts – Squash Mad Reporter


Calling all squash clubs – entries for the No5 Barristers Chambers National Club Championships close this Friday 22nd September.

Last season over 75 clubs entered teams, which culminated in a fantastic finals weekend, where Colets became the Men’s Champions & Kenilworth became the Women’s Champions. The other winning clubs were:

Sutton Coldfield – Mixed O35 Champions
Colets – Mixed O45 Champions
Pontefract – Mixed O55 Champions
Liverpool Cricket Club – Racketball Champions
Coral – Mixed Junior Champions

This season there are 8 events planned:

(The winners of the Men’s & Women’s Event will be eligible to represent England at the European Club Championships)
Mixed O35,
Mixed O45
Mixed O55
Mixed Junior
Men’s Squash 57/Racketball

The Men’s Non County Player championship is a new event and is for club members who have NEVER competed at county level from U19 – Over 55s.

The format for the National Club Championships 2017/18 will be dependent on entry numbers. If possible, there will be 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 21st – Sunday 22nd April 2018.

Entry forms and tournament regulations are available from Tournament Director, Mike Harris of Edgbaston Priory, who can be contacted via email on [email protected] Entries close on Friday 22nd September 2017.

Colets were crowned men’s National Club Champions 2017


Pictures by: Edgbaston Priory Club


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