Entries by Andy Weston

Lobban and Clyne seal last four place as Aitken & Kempsell march on at World Doubles Championships

Defending champions Alan Clyne and Greg Lobban marched into the men’s world doubles semi-finals this evening after defeating Welsh seventh seeds Peter Creed and Joel Makin, 11-4, 11-7. The top seeds remain unbeaten in Manchester as they look to defend the title they memorably won Down Under last year. Straight off court, Clyne said: “We …read more →

Clyne and Lobban ease into quarter-finals – Day 1 round-up from the WSF World Doubles Championships

Defending men’s doubles champions Alan Clyne and Greg Lobban are through to the quarter-finals of the 2017 WSF World Doubles Squash Championships after two opening day wins in Manchester. The pair won both their Group A matches without dropping a game, seeing off Indian pair Vikram Malhotra and Mahesh Mangaonkar in the morning 11-1, 11-6 …read more →

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Forward thinking – world title holders Clyne and Lobban eye Commonwealth Games boost at World Championships

World squash champions Alan Clyne and Greg Lobban already have one eye on next year’s Gold Coast Commonwealth Games as they aim to defend their world doubles title in Manchester next week (Tuesday, August 1-Saturday, August 5). Clyne and Lobban have fond memories from the last time they teamed up in Scotland colours Down Under. …read more →

Olympic dream can fuel Next Gen

National coach Paul Bell believes the inclusion of squash as a showcase sport at the Buenos Aires 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games can provide a huge boost to the younger generation of players in Scotland. Buenos Aires 2018 will mark the first time ever that squash will appear on an Olympic programme following the fourth …read more →