Squash reaches high standard

There was a healthy entry of around 40 for the Norfolk Junior Squash Grand Prix hosted jointly by Reepham and Fakenham squash clubs.Among the six groups the standard of squash on display was excellent.

There was a healthy entry of around 40 for the Norfolk Junior Squash Grand Prix hosted jointly by Reepham and Fakenham squash clubs.

Among the six groups the standard of squash on display was excellent.

Group six saw several new entrants to the Grand Prix series, however it was left to stalwarts Sam Lewis and Lydia Brownlow to fight it out for the winner's trophy, Sam just coming out ahead.

At the other end of the scale in group one, Jack Bell rang the changes with a closely-fought five game victory in the final match against previous three-times winner Jordan Creed.


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The other group winners were; Adam Sinkins (gp 2), Joe Groom (gp 3), Jackson Yaxley (gp 4) and Daniel Fuller (gp 5).

The next GP is the series is on May 17 at Beccles and Harleston squash clubs. For more details, contact grand prix organiser Tony Henden on 01603 748303, 07900 558493, email: tonyhenden@ ntlworld.com

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The final finishing positions were: 1 Jack Bell, 2 Jordan Creed, 3 Laurie Lacey-Hastings, 4 Luke Perry, 5 Alex Williams, 6 Alex Brown, 7 Adam Sinkins, 8 Connor Doy, 9 Oli Bacon-Hilton, 10 Jonathan Warrin, 11 Josh Brownlow, 12 Leyton James, 13 Joe Groom, 14 Sam Laqnham, 15 Daniel Roberts, 16 Alex Coburn, 17 Robert Davis, 18 Mark Croft, 19 Jackson Jaxley, 20 Brandon Fairbrother, 21 Martin Jolly, 22 Ailish Reeson, 23 Jagan Crane, 24 Daniel Fuller, 25 Philip Davis, 26 Jade Spalding, 27 Alice Fuller, 28 Katie Cox, 29 Olivia Boyce, 30 Sam Lewis, 31 Lydia Brownlow, 32 Joe Yaxley, 33 Kieran Dodman, 34 Craig Smith, 35 Jack Whitesides, 36 Josh Sinkins, 37 Claire Jolly.

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