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April 11th 2017
The annual Squash and Racketball Championships will start on April 24th ... More here.
April 2nd 2017
Julianne Courtice is the new Christchurch Vets Ipswich Open Champion after her ... More here.
March 31st 2017
Squash & Racketball Section AGM 2017   ... More here.
March 13th 2017
New Bootcamp Sessions for Spring 2017        ... More here.
March 13th 2017
Lucy Turmel, who trains at the Club with her coaching team of ... More here.
March 11th 2017
British junior champions Kyle Finch, the Sports Club's Lucy Turmel and Elise Lazarus have ... More here.
February 28th 2017
Once again the Club will be hosting a PSA Tour event in ... More here.
February 21st 2017
After a successful weekend at the North Wales Junior Open, Club juniors Tate and ... More here.
Want a new challenge?

Racketball is growing fast in squash clubs across the country as an entertaining alternative to squash.

The game played in Europe is derived from the American game, but modified to work on a conventional squash court.

With a bouncier ball, the game is of particular interest to squash and tennis players who want to extend their playing career without all the stresses induced by playing squash.

What do the experts say?



To get started, try the game during Monday Club Night, 6 to 7.30pm. Rackets and balls provided. Or, to join the League, send details to racketball@ipswichsports.co.uk




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