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July 20th 2017
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July 13th 2017
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June 7th 2017
Our Multi-Sport Activity Camps are back for the Summer!   Full of ... More here.
June 2nd 2017
The Sports Club's Lucy Turmel is in the English team for the World ... More here.
May 25th 2017
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Summer Camps 2017
 


Fazil Akyol, Junior Player of the Month, June 2017
 

 

First Saxon Cup Schools Competition


 
The ISC Futures Fund held its very first inter primary school competition on Wednesday. The Saxon Cup featured 2 teams from each school (year 3 & 4) from St Helens, Springfield and St Josephs College. The first round setting up a tightly contested finals day on 14th Dec to crown the very first ISC Primary School Champion. There will also be awards for the most improved boy and girl along with Player of the Tournament, so watch this space. Good luck to all the teams in the finals. 


Lucy Turmel - British Junior Champion 2016


Lucy Turmel is British Junior Squash Champion after lifitng the title in the Championshps at the National Squash Centre in Manchester on Sunday October 30th. Second seed Lucy won the first game of the final but then lost two tight games. She dug in and turned the momentum of the match to take the third 11-8 before a very quick and straightforward 5th. Just turned 17, Lucy is a very impressive prospect on the National and International scene, and a great advert for the Club's coaching team who work closely with the England set up. Also a good result for the Club's members who help support Lucy through the Futures' Fund.
 

Suffolk Championships 2016
The Club's Juniors had a succesful outing to Martlesham Leisure for the 2016 County Championships.
Emma Logan won the GU13 and GU11 titles, Kian Howard won the BU15 title, defeating Tate Harms in the final, Nero Harms won the BU13 event and Harry Griffith was runner up in the BU9 championship.
 

Harry Griffith with Suffolk Junior Chairman Robbie Beecroft
 

Emma Logan
 

Nero Harms
 

Kian Howard



Junior World Championships, Poland, August 6-15, 2016

 
Lucy Turmel comes away from the World Junior Squash Championships with a fine 17th place after Thursday's final rounds in Poland. Over the 6 rounds of the event Lucy only dropped one match, a tight 9-11, 9-11, 11-13 loss to Egyptian Zeina Mickawy who went on to finish in the Worlds top ten. Lucy's other wins were all pretty comfortable up to the topsy turvy final round which she won 4-11, 11-8, 0-11, 11-3, 11-4 against Malaysian Aifa Asman. An excellent performance from Lucy which promises much for the future with another two full seasons as a junior.
 
 
Travelling to the Worlds with the England team was a fitting end to a season that has seen Lucy achieve some remarkable results; British U17 Champion, 3rd place in both the British U23 Championships and the European U19 Championships, and part of the England team that won the European U17 Team Championships.
 
 
The English team at the World CHampionships
 
That all calls for hard work and dedication and a lot of time on court with the Club's coaches, Emily Ison, Ali Livingstone and Lee Drew who will be in Poland with the team. Many of the Club's top players such as Kristian Day and Tom Ison are also happy to suffer on court for the sake of helping Lucy improve her game. And ordinary Club members play their part with some financial support through the Futures Fund.
 

Belgian Visitors


For many years in the early 90s the Club had exchange visits of junior players with clubs in Belgium. How many faces do you recognise from this picture taken in Brugge in (around) 1992?




Lucy helps England to Victory

In one of her first outings for England, Lucy Turmel's 3-0 victory helped the Girls' U13 team to a 5-0 win over France.

 Junior Membership


The Club is launching a new 3-tier pricing Junior Membership structure based on age as follows:

  Annual Monthly Joining Fee
Junior U18 (17yrs & under) £230 £21 £25
Junior U14 (13yrs & under) £160 x £15
Junior U10 (9yrs & under) £110 x £15


Annual Monthly Joining Fee Benefits
• Great Facilities
• All-Sports Membership
• Online Booking
• Member Coaching Prices
• FREE BTM/ESR Membership
• FREE Box Leagues & Club Play
• Inter-Club Matches
• Invitations to Exhibitions/Events

Please note that the above categories are all-sport memberships but are subject to certain restrictions. For details of these membership categories, please see the Membership ‘How It All Works’ Brochure Insert or contact the Membership Administrator on membership@ipswichsports.co.uk. The Club aims to ensure that all participants on Coaching Programmes become members of Ipswich Sports Club. However, non-members may make use of the Coaching Programmes at this time but will be required to pay significantly higher coaching fees which will include an additional non-member’s fee, payable to Ipswich Sports Club.

Children in Need


Over the weekend of November 18/19, 2011, Emily Ison and her juniors raised £2300 for Children in Need.