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WORLD SQUASH DAY — SATURDAY OCTOBER 12th

It is National World Squash Day next Saturday 12th October, with England Squash trying to introduce new players to the sports of Squash and Racketball.

The Tattenhall Squash and Racketball section is playing its part and is organising a series of taster sessions at Sport Tattenhall through the day aimed at Juniors, Ladies and Gents who would like to give the sports a try.

The taster sessions will be timed as follows:

  • 09.30 — 11.00 Junior Squash Coaching
  • 11.00 — 13.00 An introduction to Squash and Racketball for up to 5 young players
  • 13.00 — 15.00 An introduction for up to five women/mums and up to five men/dads
  • 15.00 — 16.00 Exhibition Squash Match and Racketball Match by some of the Club's best players

The sessions are FREE, but, spaces will be limited so do register your interest as soon as possible.
If you or your children would like to try can you please contact Dave Whitehead on:

David-whitehead@hotmail.co.uk

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