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If we want to see squash and racketball thrive in our clubs, we need to ensure that we have adequate resources. Please read the letter from the chairman on the documentation page
sometimes our aches and pains tell us to stop playing squash. Racketball is a thoroughly enjoyable way of continuing your activity on court.
The larger bouncier ball and the shorter racket makes it easy to learn the basics of hand-eye coordination and movement.
Ideal for beginners of all ages.
Racketball in your seventies and eighties?
Not a problem. I wonder who the oldest player in the county is.
Racketball/Squash57 is the sport for you at your local squash club or leisure facility.
It certainly is. What better way could there be than to bash a ball on court and get some exercise before having a drink with your friends.
It's a lot easier to invite a friend to play racketball/squash57 than to play squash. Invite a friend or client for a game of racketball before your important meeting.
There is increasing interest in this.
Warrington Sports have offered to host a trials day to select a team and to make further plans for competitive Squash57 for all who wish it. Let us know if you are interested.
We need a group of people who would be willing to get squash57 established in the county.
Can your club form one or more racketball teams?
There will be a team Racketball festival at Bowdon in March.
We are suggesting a Wednesday Evening Racketball League.
If there is enough support, we can start in September
Use this video to sell SQUASH57 to all your club members and friends
Racketball/Squash57 with Mike Bushell
1661 Members listed (1496 adults, 165 juniors)
1123 members with email addresses.
69 members with multiple clubs