Welcome back to the club and getting back to playing squash in line with the latest Government Guidelines.
Please see the following table for activities that are permitted from the 12th April and over the coming months:
The Spencer Squash Club coronavirus (COVID-19) policy is in line with guidelines ...
Welcome back to the club and getting back to squash in line with government tier guidelines. The table shown at the top of this post (England Squash - Guidance for clubs, venues and coaches) summarises activities permitted in each tier.
*Note: Support bubbles are different from squash bubbles.
**Note: School, ...
Following yesterday's vote in the House of Commons, England Squash has issued the announcement below that all Squash Clubs/venues must close from the 5th November, for a four-week national lockdown until the 2nd December. This means that all play is suspended until 2 December at the earliest.
What does this mean ...
We are looking forward to welcoming you back to the club and getting back to squash.
The Squash Committee and the Club have been working on preparing the squash courts for getting back to squash in line with guidelines provided by the governing body, England Squash, and have implemented a coronavirus (COVID-19) policy ...
Monday Night Team Training is on hold currently.
Tuesday Club night is still on this week.
Coaching is available to anyone who wants it, please contact Roland, John or George.
The Spencer Squash Committee meeting is this week on Wednesday evening @7:30pm in the club house.
For all other enquiries please contact ...
What a great turn out its has been for our team training tonight, with a demand for more nights.
Exceptional ball skills have been shown by all players this evening, considering this is only the 3rd group coaching sessions this season. This maybe due to the high skill level of our players and there commitment to be the ...
Last night, our second team continued their charge against a strong Purley team who boast a lot of experience within their team. With Mike P having flown off on holiday and missing the final match, a slightly depleted Spencer army proudly sported some keen squad players in the form of:
1. Youngster Charlie (on fire in ...
Many of you will remember squash matches at Sandown Park:
· The first part of the evening is typically spent queuing up on the A3 for the long journey;
· The second part involves driving round Esher several times wondering where on earth the squash club is;
· Phase three involves starring silently down the ...
Back on Track!
After last week’s mauling at the hands of Bourne the first team could have spent a week licking their wounds, talking about “challenging” court conditions, dodgy marking, lucky nicks and generally feeling pretty sorry for themselves. Instead a week spent doing nothing in the sun of our brief 3 day ...
Last week, the mighty Spencer Squash Club second team played against the runaway league leaders David Lloyd Hampton 2. As per the previous stuffing against them, we fielded a strong team but the odds looked stacked against us…!
Things started as expected, with Captain Dan playing at first string against Adam who ...