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Junior County Cup Second Round Results

U17 Team

The Junior County Cup, Stage 2. was played on April 13th 2014.

Cambridgeshire hosted this match at Peterborough Town SC. This is the first time for many years that a Junior County event has been held there.

Unfortunately Cumbria were unable to send a team, leaving Cambs. to compete with Yorkshire and Surrey, both very strong teams.

We lost easily to Yorkshire with only Chris Rej gaining points losing a close five setter.
The match against Surrey was much closer, Samuel Hewson and Charlotte Davies losing close five setters.

Junior End of Season Tournament 2013-2014 Report

An excellent eighty four entries were received for the End of Season Tournament held at Cambridge on 22/23 March. The biggest entries were in the U11 boys (17) and U13 boys (20) giving much encouragement for the future of county junior squash. The seeding proved accurate as the number 1 seeds won the Boys U11, U13, U15 and U17 together with the combined Girls U17/U19.

Ladies Inter-county match report

In the first match of the day a very strong young Avon team narrowly saw off an also young and nearly as strong Suffolk team 3-2 and the match ending in a thrilling 3-2er that ended in a stroke!!!

Becoacht.com

We’ve all walked off the court feeling like we’re missing that extra edge in our game. In a desperate attempt to rectify our performance we pick up the phone book and start searching for a coach. A process that can be long, and frankly rather dated.
Another option you have is to check out the coach some guy at the gym said was “cheap and effective”, only to find out he doesn’t even live up to his small fee.
For those more computer savvy you may even trawl through a search engine hoping to find that perfect coach, only to find out he’s booked solid. So what next?

BudCam 2014 - 24th May

Despite some problems we had last year, BudCam 2014 is going ahead this year too (in a different club)!

For those who don't know what this is, BudCam is a friendly team tournament between Budapest (Hungary) and Cambridge (or England, as it's not only the Cambridge area). It really is a tournament for all players at all levels so if you fancy visiting the sunny capital of Hungary with a group of squash players for a great weekend, please get in touch!

Junior End Of Season Tournament 2013-2014 Notification

The Junior End of Season Competition, open to all Juniors across the County, is to be held over the weekend of March 22nd. - March 23rd. at Histon Road Cambridge.
As usual the trophies for the Junior Leagues will be handed out at the end of the competition.
Both days are expected to be busy from 1000am onwards.
Pop along to see some great Junior Squash.
Entry form in Word and PDF format is available below.

Brian Fielding Junior Tournament December 2013

Fenland Squash Club was the venue for the ninth annual tournament in memory of county coach Brian Fielding.

32 players produced a great day of competitive timed matches in a very good sportsmanlike way.

The morning session was for players of 12 and under and was won by Jake Joyce of Abbotsley with Oscar Mitchell (the number 1 seed) runner-up, Thomas Ramsey third and Adam Halliwell fourth.

Junior Inter Counties Stage 2 Weekend

Boys U19 Team

The weekend of 23rd/24th November saw Stage 2 of the Junior Inter County matches played. There were a mixture of successes and the team reports and photos can be seen below.

County Closed - Sat 11 Jan to Sat 18 Jan 2014

The county closed is being held at Cambridge Squash Club on Histon road again. Please fill in the attached application form to enter.

Men’s O35 Division One (B) Stage One

TEAM:
Steffan Moragn, Vinod Duraikan, Matt Fiveash, John Hawkins & Nick Pooley.

COUNTY
TIES
POINTS
Cambridgeshire
2
34
Suffolk
1
23
Essex (Host)
0
19
Bedfordshire
w/o

It’s all about team work. Going to a county weekend with a few players missing is always a daunting task. But we didn’t have to worry as it also depends on who the other teams field. On Saturday morning Bedfordshire pulled out due to lack of players and that all games were going to be played the same day.