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Squash Fixtures update

Jan 4, 2019 |

Having lost only one game from seven played, the men’s 1st team currently sit ahead of Surrey Sports Park at the top of the table thanks to a better points total.

The new year sees the second half of the league fixtures begin and first up is a home fixture against David Lloyd Purley. The reverse fixture saw Colets come out on top with a 4-1 win,  a result that David and the boys will be hoping to replicate

Mens 1’s Home Fixtures for 2019

David Lloyd Purley 9th January

Woking Squash Club 6th February

After our success against the Army, a 4-0 win for Colets, we head to Surbiton on the 11th January for the next pool game of the National Club Championships. With Surbiton being such a close rival and the teams looking to be a great match up why not head over to Surbiton Racket Club to support the guys.

The Ladies first team kick off the second half of the season with a home fixture against Cheam Squash Club, Colets were victorious 3-1 in the reverse fixture at the beginning of the season. The ladies will no doubt be looking to push on and chase down the top teams in the league as they currently sit 4th.

Women’s 1’s Home Fixtures for 2019

Cheam Squash Club 7th January

Richmond Olympus 14th January

The Wimbledon Club 11th January

Wimbledon Racquets 4th March

With only a few home league games remaining the opportunities to watch world class squash for free will soon be over for the 18/19 Winter season.

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