Gordano on the up...

PUBLISHED: 14:19 11 May 2011

Gordano squash team.

Gordano squash team.


Gordano squash team secure promotion for the second time in two years.

GORDANO squash team have just secured promotion for the second time in two years, winning 19 of their last 20 league matches in the process.

Before Christmas, they finished champions of Division 3B winning all matches and gaining promotion.

In the spring season they finished as 
runners-up in Division 2B, narrowly losing their final game, to gain promotion to Division 1.

This is the highest level that the Gordano squash team has achieved in its history and the team have now generated enough new local interest to raise a second team for the first time in many years.

However, the club still require new players to further improve the league standard and social activity within the team, so if you are interested, please contact the club on the below numbers.

The club now operates a club night on Monday and Wednesday evenings (when league matches are not running).

They also now have an internet based ladder which can be found in ‘Free Online League’ named ‘Gordano Squash League’ and are currently 
developing a website as well.

Additionally to this, a number of players (one of whom is an ex-world ranked junior and ex-New Zealand national team member and coach) are offering free junior tuition /coaching and would like to hear from people who might be interested in this opportunity.

For more infomation about squash in the Bristol area, the Bristol and District (aptly named BAD squash), a website can be found at the following link: www.badsquash.co.uk/

Anyone interested please contact Adrian Tayler on 07969 055254 or Bryan Pycroft on 07970 970402.

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