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European Masters Individual Championships 2015
Despite an incredibly poor turn out from England with in some sections hardly entering anyone, dear old England still leads the way in our beloved EU or Europe with 9 individual winners the next with 2!!

  Womens

WO35  Lauren Briggs
WO40  Shayne Baillie
WO50  Mandy Akin
WO55  Jil Campion     RU Julie Field
WO60  Jane Law       RU Jan Ellis
WO70  Norma Fulling
Mens

MO60 Mark Cowley
MO65 Barry Featherstone
MO70 Chris Ansell    RU Graham Fisher

Also congratulations to Chris Harland in 3rd place in the MO55 and we can’t let Alan Thomson’s resurgence from lifting his right hand for a few pints to wielding a squash racquet with his old demeanour go unnoticed, actually winning the Mens 55!

For the full results click here

National Club Championships 2015/2016
 Edgbaston Priory Club Following on from the success of the 2015 National Club Championships, Edgbaston Priory Club in association with England Squash & Racketball, will continue to organise the event for the next 3 years, developing it in to a Festival of Squash. This season they are increasing the number of events from 3 to 7. Men’s, Women’s, Mixed O35, Mixed O45, Mixed O55 and Men’s & Women’s Racketball. 
 

The winners of the Men’s & Women’s Event will be eligible to represent England at the European Club Championships in Pontefract, 14th – 17th September 2016.

Please find links below to the tournament entry form and regulations. If you have any queries regarding the competition please email [email protected]

Note that entries close Friday 18th September 2016.

Allam British Open 2015
 
 Please click here, or the image above, to view the full results and report from the Allam British Open 2015 which took place in the Airco Arena, Hull, 11th – 17th May 2015.
2015 Home International Scotland
 Home Internationals    The final home international of the season saw England come first in all three age groups first in the Men's Over 45, Men's Over 65 and the Women's Over 45.

For the full results, captains reports and photos please click here.  
2015 Home International England
 Home Internationals    The third home international of the season saw England come first in all three age groups first in the Men's Over 50, Men's Over 70 and the Women's Over 50.

For the full results, captains reports and photos please click here.  
2015 Home International Ireland
 Home Internationals    The second home international of the season saw England come first in the Men's Over 35, Men's Over 55 and Men's Over 75 age groups with the Women's Over 55s coming a respectable second.

For the summary details, captains reports and photos please click here.  
2015 Home International Wales
 Home Internationals    The first home international of the season saw England come first in the Men's Over 60 and Women's Over 35/40 age groups with the Men's Over 40s coming a respectable second.

For the summary details, captains reports and photos please click here.  
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Regional Events
 East
25-27 Sep
2015
North
23-25 Oct
2015

   
 West
27-29 Nov
2015
 North West
  18-20 Dec
2015

 
 
South
8-10 Jan
2016
Midlands
5-7 Feb
2016

Event Points 2015-2016
To view the event points standing for this season click the image below.
 
Points Sample
Squash Player Magazine
2015 Issue 4

Squash Player Magazine

News: World titles for Elias and Gohar; five in a row for Egypt; Lower tin trial
Column: Squash's next stage in its Olympic bid
International: Qatar and Iraq in World Team debuts;Colombian Open's big plans; Indian circuit better than ever; Masters for South Africa; Letter from America
Features: PSA stoppage plan; Jahangir returns; Serme's script; Hesham on a high; On the boards; Hall of Fame
Club Scene: David's home from home
Workshop: Pilley's game; Drew's diagnosis; New game for women; Kemp seizes Aspire chance; Taking the strain
Off Court: Gaultier's equipment; SportyHQ launches Score Squash; Coppinger's Salming hit; Hesham joins Eye; Simpson's home boost
On Court: Round-up, previews and news; 2015 British Open analysis; Player of the Month awards; PSA review
Gallery: Tim Garner's personal view 

GB Veterans Summer Newsletter
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In this issue:

  • 2014 Club Championship Finals
  • 2014/5 Club Champonship Details
  • Reports from Hull and Hong Kong
  • Membership News