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The North West Counties Summer League drew to a close last Thursday – with all four South Division teams from our local clubs taking to the courts for their final matches.
With the North West Counties East Division title having been sealed by Prestbury 1 a week previously, attention focused last Thursday on the four other Summer League teams from our local clubs and their collective quest for mid-table respectability in the South Division.
As June headed towards its close last Thursday, the only remaining set of North West Counties Summer League fixtures for the month coincided with the concluding night of action in the East Division.
The latest round of matches in the North West Counties Summer League last Thursday saw four of the five teams from our local squash clubs involved in a pair of South Division derbies, while the fifth continued to plough a lonely, but fruitful, furrow elsewhere.
The resumption of North West Counties Summer League fixtures last Thursday, following a week’s break for half-term, brought mixed fortunes for the five teams from clubs in and around our town.
The second week’s round of matches in the North West Counties Summer League last Thursday saw four of the five teams from our local squash clubs in action.
With the vast majority of North West Counties League winter fixtures having been completed in the last full week before Easter, attention focused last Maundy Thursday to the larger-than-most Fourth Division South, in which two local men’s teams – namely, Bollington 2 and Prestbury 3 – each had one final match scheduled.
The final full weekly schedule of the North West Counties League’s winter fixtures took place last Thursday – and saw a pair of men’s teams from our local clubs ensure their safety from relegation, with another two finishing as, respectively, table-toppers and runners
The penultimate full weekly schedule of the North West Counties League’s winter fixtures took place last Thursday – although those men’s teams from our local clubs striving to achieve promotion or stay up must continue the waiting game before discovering their ultimate fate.
It was all-change at the top of Division Five South, as long-time leaders Prestbury 4 had no match – and, like Bollington 2, had to watch in frustration from the sidelines as they were nudged two places downwards.
With the end of the winter season around a month away, last Thursday’s North West Counties League matches included a number of critical ’40-pointer’ contests for men’s teams in and around our town. The fixtures were also the third successive set to feature no local...
The resumption of North West Counties League fixtures last Thursday, following a week’s break for half-term, brought mixed fortunes for the men’s teams from clubs in and around our town. There were no winners at all in Divisions Two East and Three South-East -...
The ‘stop-start’ month for the North West Counties League continued last Thursday with a programme of matches for some of the men’s teams from our local clubs, prior to another mini-break for half-term this week.
The North West Counties League pauses for a breather this week, while the British National Squash Championships are in progress at Manchester – but there was a full programme of matches last Thursday for all but one of the men’s teams from our local clubs.
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With the North West Counties League’s winter season having run approximately two thirds of its course, there were some critical matches for a number of the local men’s teams last Thursday.
Gareth Evans Squash Report - 19 January 2017 Only nine of the eleven men’s teams from clubs in and around our town were in North West Counties League action last Thursday. But while both Fourth Division Prestbury 3 and Macclesfield Squash 2 from Division Five had a...
On 12 January, the first full set of fixtures following the North West Counties League’s Christmas break brought mixed fortunes last Thursday for the men’s teams from clubs in and around our town. This contrast was illustrated in Divisions Two East and Three...
Men’s North West Counties Squash League resume in earnest, with its first full set of fixtures following a five-week Christmas break.
Last Thursday saw the final full set of pre-Christmas fixtures completed in the men’s North West Counties League - with varying fortunes for the 11 teams from our three local squash clubs. Both sides in Division Two East did well against testing opposition to sign off...
There were more winners than losers last Thursday among the 11 teams from our three local squash clubs playing in the men’s North West Counties League. But there had to be one of each in Division Two East, given that the Bollington and Prestbury First Teams were doing...
Unusually, only nine of the 11 teams from our three local squash clubs saw action last Thursday in the men’s North West Counties League – although the circumstances surrounding the two who did not were rather different.
Last Thursday saw a little bit of recent history repeating, as, for the second week running, only one of the six teams from our three local squash clubs in the Second, Third and Fourth Divisions of the men’s North West Counties League emerged from its match victorious.
Talented 12 year old Rhys Asquith-Evans from Prestbury played Radbroke’s Alan Rendell.
Following a one-week break, our three local squash clubs returned to action last Thursday in the men’s North West Counties League.
Prestbury Squash Club end of season dinner – Bridge Hotel 31 March 2017
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Men’s teams from our local squash clubs were involved last Thursday in the last set of North West Counties League fixtures prior to this week’s half-term interruption. Prestbury’s First Team went into the break handily positioned in third place in Division Two East,...
Thank you to all who found the time to attend the AGM. We were pleased to see members representing all categories. As mentioned many times this is your club and we are looking for more members to support with various initiatives, particularly Team players. We hope to...
Prestbury Squash Club has seven teams of players competing at County level in a majority of the divisions across the Cheshire Ladies’ League and the men’s North West Counties League.
Ten men’s teams from our local squash clubs were in North West Counties League action last Thursday - with victories and defeats being equally divided between them. In Division Two East, Prestbury’s First Team continued its good form by triumphing 4-1 away from home...
Prestbury’s First Team got back to winning ways with a 5-0 home-thumping of Grove Park
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The second full set of winter fixtures in the men’s North West Counties League last Thursday brought mixed results for our local teams collectively - much as the first had done a week previously. On an individual basis, however, a number of the sides experienced a...
The first full set of winter fixtures in the men’s North West Counties League brought mixed fortunes for the teams from clubs in and around Macclesfield.
North West Counties Squash League get fully underway with its first set of complete winter fixtures.
In August 2016, a new defibrillator was officially installed at Prestbury Squash Club. The Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is a potentially life-saving piece of equipment and a welcome addition to the first aid provision of the Club. The defibrillator was...
Join us for Sport Relief. On Saturday 19 March 2016, we are running a “Racquet Medley”, for Juniors aged 8 and over. Each entrant will play a game of Tennis, Squash and Table Tennis