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Leagues

Bourne Club Squash Leagues

Monthly internal squash leagues are organised for players of all abilities. Each league consists of either five or six players, and these are displayed on the notice board in courts 1 & 2 and emailed to participating members. These leagues run throughout the year, with around eight to ten divisions competing. Every month the winners and runners up receive prepayment credits for the booking system that can be used to book future courts.

Members wishing to join these leagues need to add their name, telephone number and email address to the list on the notice board in the foyer at courts 1 & 2. New entrants are also encouraged to attend Tuesday Club Night sessions to seek advice on appropriate levels of entry.

If anyone has any questions on the leagues please contact the Club.

Surrey County Squash Leagues

There are 5 teams representing the club in the Surrey County winter leagues, including 3 mens teams in the Surrey Cup and 2 mens teams over 55′s teams in the Surrey Vintage League.

We also have 4 teams in the Surrey County summer leagues.

If you are interested in playing for any of our adult squash teams contact the Bourne Squash Chairman Alan Carpenter via reception.

The results of Surrey Cup league matches are available on the Surrey County Squash League web site county.leaguemaster.co.uk. Select Bourne in the “Quick Search clubs” menu and follow links for the various teams.

Surrey County League Results

Winter League 2016

10 October – Bourne 1st Team beat Dorking 2 away 17-8
13 October – Bourne 2nd Team lost to Oxshott 5-15 at home

on Friday 14th October 2016
Looking to improve
Why not book a lesson with resident coach Gary Hales or attend Club Night.
 
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