Entries by Scottish Squash

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Clyne Gets Value for Money

After his excellent display in the recent US Open where he defeated ex-World No.9, Adrian Grant, in the first round and then went down fighting against World No.1 (at the time), Greg Gaultier, Scotland’s No.1, Alan Clyne, has continued his fine form into the Open de Squash Financière Banque Nationale in Montreal, Canada. His defeat of World No.24 and No.6 seed, Steve …read more →

Lobban Takes Indian Summer Title

Scottish No.2, Greg Lobban, won his fourth PSA World Tour title on the weekend when he took out the Indian Summer Securian Open in St Paul, Minnesota, USA. After defeating World No.47, Campbell Grayson in the qualifying final of the US Open in his previous event and then performing well against the No.2 seed (and new World No.1), Mohamed Elshorbagy, …read more →

Scottish Success – Danish Junior Open

The first weekend in October saw a contingent of Scottish players make the trip to Copenhagen for the 2014 Danish Junior Open. A squad of 12 players travelled to the event accompanied by SSRL Academy coaches Martin Woods and Claire Gray, while 3 other players travelled independently – Elspeth Young, Craig Valente-Wallace and Carrie Hallam. The main …read more →

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Grampian Senior Ranking and Junior B 2014

Rory Stewart (Creiff) maintained his excellent start to the season by winning his second title and first ever senior ranking event when he upset his higher rated opponent, Chris Leiper (Aberdeen), 3/1 in the final of the Grampian Ranking and Junior B event played at Aberdeen Squash & Racketball Club on Sunday, 21 September. Having recently moved to Edinburgh …read more →