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Stunning Pyramid Squash
You will have to go to Egypt to play at this grand venue

Herts County Championships 2016
Angus Gillams Mens Champion for 2nd time - FULL RESULTS

Held at Radlett Fri Sep 30 - Oct 2
events Mens A, B, C, >35, 45, 55, Ladies and >40s

Follow Paul Main's Matterhorn Challenge
HERE for his blog.
Paul set off on
17th August

Some of you will know that I have been in training to climb The Matterhorn with my climbing friend Guy in August to mark my 50th and raise funds to buy a defibrillator for Luton and Dunstable Squash Club with any surplus going to C-R-Y (Cardiac Risk in the Young) in memory of one of our team players Harry Faulkner...P Main

Holding the Tee
A personal history from Tad Friend, over the pond. Click HERE

Mexican Alfredo Avila has been named Player of the Month
by upsetting fifth seed Fares Dessouki, third seed Borja Golan, second seed Peter Barker and sixth seed Saurav Ghosal in Bogota
click on Results

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Off the Wall

Squash Coaching by Derek Thorpe www.squash-coach.co.uk The History of Squash. Squash is a fast-moving game that requires skill, speed and supreme fitness. The ball can reach speeds of up to 170mph and players can burn off up to 1000 calories per hour of squash - higher than most other sports. Squash History   Hertfordshire Towns Hosted by Knowledge Computing for Herts Squash.   Maintained by Simply Website Designs Radlett-coaching

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