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Lee Hortonhttps://squashmad.com
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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BUDDING sports commentators and squash enthusiasts are being given a unique opportunity to join SquashTV and commentate on live Squash matches in 2014 – thanks to a fantastic new competition.

SquashTV are searching the globe to find budding enthusiasts with a ‘Voice for Squash’ to join SquashTV commentator Joey Barrington in the commentary box during select live action in 2014.

To enter the competition, all any hopeful needs to do is watch the ‘Commentary Competition’ Squash action on SquashTV’s YouTube page – www.youtube.com/psasquashtv – and record an MP3 audio recording of their commentary for the duration of the action.

Once any budding commentator has recorded their submission, they then need to email it to [email protected] along with their name, age and address.

The top 10 submissions will then be released on SquashTV’s YouTube and Facebook pages on January 12, with fans being invited to vote for who they think should join the Squash TV crew in 2014 with the winners to be announced on February 1.

“We’re very excited to be able to offer fans, sports enthusiasts and budding commentators the opportunity to put their skills to the test and see if they have the ‘Voice for Squash’,” said PSA media boss Nathan Clarke.

“We’re looking for individuals who can paint a picture with their words, who have the poise, composure and delivery necessary to succeed in the commentary box.

“We will be keeping our ears tuned for submissions with detail, accuracy, intelligence and flair and I look forward to listening to all the entries as they come in.”

Further details (and terms and conditions) for SquashTV’s ‘Voice for Squash’ can be found at the PSA’s website, www.psaworldtour.com


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