This will be a great chance for everyone to meet more members of the club, see our top players in action, and play in a competition where you will have a genuine chance to win your own final. Places are limited so contact John O’Mahoney on 07521 166 693 – email@example.com to ensure you can be part of Read more about Maidstone Closed Competition – 22 Sept 2018[…]
Brian Byrne from Ireland is this year’s Huet Bois Maidstone Open champion beatingBrazil’s Vini Rodrigues in Saturday’s final 3-2. In the women’s final, No 1 seed Millie Tomlinson from England beat UWE Bristol student Lily Taylor 3-0 to clinch her first Maidstone Open title. RESULTS: Men’s Final Brian Byrne bt Vini Rodrigues 3-2 (12-14, 11-6, Read more about Huet Bois Maidstone Open 2017[…]
A great two days of squash at Maidstone Squash Club – Ondrej Uherka won his second Maidstone Open title and Jess Davis won the women’s title, her last tournament before moving to the USA on a squash scholarship at Penn State. RESULTS: Men’s Final Ondrej Uherka (Czech Republic) bt Tristan Eysele (RSA) 3-0 (13-11 11-5 11-6) Read more about PSA Maidstone Squash Open 2016[…]
Ondrej Uherka (Czech Republic) beat James Peach (England) 3-2 (11-7, 4-11, 8-11,11-7, 11-3 62min) in the final. Ondrej beat Brad Masters in a hard 3-1 in his semi final, James had a comfortably win over Steve London 3-0 in the other semi final. Locals Jack Peel, Ben Goodayle and Jason Goodayle all played well but all Read more about PSA Maidstone Squash Open 2015[…]
There were 21 players in the main draw for the Junior Closed Competition, with a mix of boys and girls this year which made it more competitive. Jack Peel beat Jed Wilton in the final 3-1, with Yemaya Philips beating Alice Hill 3-1 in the girl’s playoff. There were also 6 entrants in the mini-squash competition which was won Read more about Junior Closed Competition – 7 September 2013[…]
Well done to both the young Masters boys who knocked out all the older players to meet each other in the Finals this year. Particular congratulations to older brother, Josh, who is still keeping his younger brother, Brad, at bay.
The 2011 Annual Racketball Competition was held on Friday 10th June. Ten players entered who were then split into two leagues. In the final, James Cray played Josh Masters in an exciting and strongly-contested match. The score was poised at 1-1 games and 14-14 in the last game, with a sudden death point deciding the Read more about Annual Racketball Competition 2011[…]