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April 16th 2018
The Christchurch Vets Ipswich Open takes place at the Club from Tuesday, ... More here.
April 12th 2018
Squash & Racketball Section AGM 2018   ... More here.
April 2nd 2018
Club junior Nero Harms has been selected to play for Wales in ... More here.
April 2nd 2018
England have retained the European Junior Championship for the 9th successive year ... More here.
March 27th 2018
Lucy Turmel won today's European Junior Championship beating fellow England player Alice ... More here.
March 22nd 2018
The European U19 individual and team championships are being held in Bielsko-Biala, ... More here.
March 12th 2018
The Club's Lucy Turmel has won her 2nd PSA title, taking the ... More here.
March 6th 2018
As a major step in her development as a player Lucy Turmel ... 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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