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WSF WORLD DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP – WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A SQUASH COMMENTATOR WITH KEVIN MORAN

It’s a moment all sports fans can relate to. Listening to the commentary and thinking “I could do that”. Knowing what to say for all the big moments, thinking how best to describe the action… Then we try it, and realise just how challenging…

WSF WORLD DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP – DAY 1 SESSION 2 TEAM SCOTLAND ROUND-UP

The second session of Day 1 at the World Squash Doubles Championship started in the same manner as the first session ended, with a dominant win for Scotland. Georgia Adderley and Lisa Aitken showed signs of a blossoming partnership in a comfortable…

WSF WORLD DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP – DAY 1 SESSION 1 TEAM SCOTLAND ROUND-UP

The first session of day one of the World Doubles Championship 2022 at the Scotstoun Leisure Centre in Glasgow got off to a promising start for Scotland. The Scots teams had four matches on Court 1 during the first session, with lots of thrilling…

WSF WORLD DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SQUASH DOUBLES

As the World Doubles Championship gets underway in Glasgow today, we take a look at everything you need to know about the game of doubles squash. For some, this tournament will be a first exposure to the game of squash with four players on…

WSF World Doubles Championship – Meet Team Scotland

As the squash world is welcomed to Glasgow this week, the top Scottish squash players are ready to take on their counterparts from all round the globe.  Eighty-six elite athletes from fifteen countries are set to battle it out in men's, women's and…
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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…