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November 9th 2017
Click below for details of our Festive Club and Catering Opening Hours ... More here.
November 4th 2017
Club Coach Emily Ison has won the Topcoach Academy Coach of the ... More here.
October 27th 2017
Lucy Turmel is featured by the East Anglian Daily Times as a ... More here.
October 24th 2017
New Bootcamp Sessions for Winter 2017        ... More here.
October 13th 2017
Our Multi-Sport Activity Camps are back for the October Half-Term & Christmas ... More here.
September 30th 2017
Lucy Turmel's assault on the Women's senior tour has taken a major ... More here.
September 18th 2017
Laura Massaro, the country's top woman squash player, stopped off in Ipswich ... More here.
September 2nd 2017
The Club's Lucy Turmel is beginning to make an impact on the ... 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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