Team squash has been at the heart of Colets for many years. We are proud to say that we now have an incredible 13 teams competing in various league and cup competitions. From junior level, to senior and masters, there is no doubt that squash at Colets has never been more popular.
Our men’s first team are a force to be reckoned with nationally having held the title of “National Club Champions” 14 times. In April 2019, four teams from Colets took part in the National Championships which were held at Edgbaston Priory Club near Birmingham. Our Men’s, Ladies’ & Mixed Over 45s teams did really well, all finishing in third spot. It was however our Mixed Over 55s team that took the limelight this year, successfully defending their title and once again returning to Thames Ditton as National Champions!
A huge thank you to all of our wonderful supporters that made the journey and congratulations to all our players that competed.
Winter League 2019/20
After a summer of mixed fortunes for the teams of Colets, the winter league is officially back! With many of the world-class players returning for the 2019/20 campaign – as well as some new faces throughout our various teams – we can look forward to another season of fantastic squash with many twists and turns along the way. In addition to the squash noticeboards in the Sports Bar, you can keep up to date with all the latest results and upcoming fixtures here.
Of course, much of our success would not be possible without the continued loyalty and support from our volunteers, supporters and sponsors. We are incredibly grateful to all of our club sponsors over the years.
Further sponsorship opportunities are available – contact us for more details of how becoming a club sponsor could work for your business.
Club Captain David Peck
Men’s Captain Geoff Howes
Ladies’ Captain Jeanette White
Daryl Selby (WR17) , Richie Fallows (WR50), Angus Gillams (WR121), Rui Soares (WR82), Sean Conroy (WR115), Scott Handley (ex-WR41), Nick Mulvey (WR301), Rory Pennell (ex-WR121), Simon White (WR550) , & Aaron Allpress (WR350)
Emily Whitlock (WR23), Ally Thomson (WR76), Lauren Briggs (World Over 35s Champion), Judith Allgrove, Kim Ricks, Tammy Bennet, Jeanette White and Thea Lawton