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The cup fixtures for the 2nd round matches have been drawn see League cups for information.

Inter-counties weekend (Stage 1) Mens Division 1 (12th/13th November)

Cambridgeshire hosted the first County weekend of the 2011/2012 season at Hunts County SC. A team consisting of Galen Le Chemiant, Dan Soar, Robert Dadds, Neil Rossin and Steffan Morgan were hopeful of finishing in the top to places to gain a spot in the ‘promotion’ weekend.

Match 1 (Cambridgeshire v Norfolk).

U11/U13 Friendly Match Against Herts 19th December 2011

Unfortunately Norfolk could not attend this annual event due to a clash of local events, but the Herts organiser Julian Craxton was able to play enough of the Herts Junior Players to give ours a good mornings outing.

Our squad comprised:-
• Harry Hennessy
• Simon Carter
• Adam Peer
• Angus Gostick
• Joseph Cox
• Matt Peer
• Jake Joyce
• George Hennessy

Ladies O50 Stage 1

The Cambridge Ladies O50 squad of Sarah Howlett, Nicky Hastings, Rebecca Moore and Lynne Hayes travelled to Colchester to play Stage 1 of the competition.

Cambridge played Essex in the first match with Rebecca Moore and Sarah Howlett both having positive 3-0 wins. No 2 string, Nicky Hastings, sadly had to withdraw in the 3rd game injured. Cambridge beat Essex 2-1.

Cambs Ladies Inter County Weekend Stage 1

A new season, a new division and a new line-up for the Cambridgeshire Ladies to kick off their 2011 Inter County campaign. Having gained promotion in the previous season the ladies were expecting some tough matches ahead in their first taste of Division 1 for some time.

Cambs Squash AGM 2011

The minutes from the Cambs Squash AGM 2011 are now available to download on the downloads page or you can download the minutes directly.

Inter-County Men’s Over 35, Division 1, Stage 1, Group C

One couldn’t have asked for a more positive response to being relegated last season. As I planned the weekend, I was expecting the best result we could expect would be 3rd place. We were fortunate to have a change in venue that gave us a home advantage. The group consisted:


Our first opponents were Suffolk who had previously beaten us comfortably and as we were a weaker than that previous encounter, defeat was on the cards. Well, I was wrong thanks to some superb squash from lower down the order. The result:

County O40s ladies home match Sunday 16th October

What a great day for Cambridgeshire squash! We hosted matches with neighbouring counties Herts and Essex at Cambridge Squash club. Not an auspicious start with a back injury in the knock-up to Anne but she stayed on court and competed to at least give us all a chance. A team effort was of course needed more than ever and thankfully Nikki, Julie and I managed impressive (dare I say!) 3-0 wins to leave Julia the luxury of losing 1-3 to a very tough opponent but not without quite a battle. So a 3-2 win to start the day – not bad!