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Welcome to Cambs Squash.

Cambs Squash is the governing association for squash and racketball in Cambridgeshire and is responsible for the organisation and promotion of both sports.

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Featured News Items

Cambridgeshire Open Racketball Competition


Peterborough Town Sports Club, Bretton Gate Westwood PE3 6UZ

Sponsored by Harrow Sports Ltd

Saturday May 24th

Various Competition Grades

A for good club and county players (black ball)

B for regular club players (black ball preference)

C grade for leisure players (blue ball preference)

Senior for over 50’s (blue ball)

Ladies (blue ball)

Every player is guaranteed two games and depending on entry levels there will

be plate competitions for first round losers also.

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!!!


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?

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