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Squash Championship 2018 - Final stages

Date: June 15th 2018

The annual Club Squash Championships have reached the final stages after 3 weeks of intense competition. With almost 20 events covering squash and racketball, open and handicap, men and women, veteran and junior, there has been a lot of squash played in that time. Although many of the matches were scheduled by the players, there have been two evenings of competition - the Quarter FInal round on Thursday, 6th and Semi final round on Wednesday 13th of June. Now we are all set for the Finals on Saturday afternoon, June 16th.
So far the lineup looks like:
Open - Staurt Lipscombe vs Adrian Meredith
Handicap - Richard WHitfield vs Chris Snazell or Andy Isles
O35 - Stuart Lipscombe vs Ashley Burton
O45 - Mike Stokeld vs Colin Gebhard
O55 - Mike Stokeld vs Mark Ledger
Doubles - Ali Livingstone/Adrian Meredtith vs Emily Ison/Lauren Selby
Racketball - Ali Livingstone vs Denis Groualle
Racketball Handicap -
Racketball O50 - Denis Groualle vs Nigel Griffiths
Racketball O60 - Jeff Arnold vs Alec Livingstone
Under 11 - Emma Logan vs Harry Griffiths
Girls' Under 13 - Emma Logan vs Sophie Singer
Boys' Under 13 -
Boys' Under 15 -
Most events have been fairly predictable - that is until Semi final night when Open top seed Kris Day had to withdraw with a calf injury. And with 2nd seed Tom Ison going out to Stuart Lipscombe, the Open FInal has a very different look to the one that was predicted at the start of the competition. Kris's injury also mean the had to pull out of his doubles pairing with Emily Ison. But Lauren Selby swapped from spectator to player, paired up with Emily, and the duo went on to beat the Staurt Lipscombe/Colin Gebhard pair 2-1 in a close encounter including a first game that went to a sudden death finish. The good news is, that leaves Stuart with only two finals on Saturday and Colin with one.
Finals start at 12 on Saturday and will be followed by the end of season BBQ. Spectators are always welcome.
Many of the draws are online at https://www.sportyhq.com/tournament/view/Club-Championships-2018-1.