Congratulations to SSRC player Abbie Wilkinson of the London & South East C team at the National Aspire Team Squash Championships – silver medalists in the B section. London and the South East were joint winners along with the East Region.
Congratulations to SSRC player Margot Prow who won the Dutch U17 Junior Open, well done from all of us Mags!
Congratulations to James Carman and Abbie Wilkinson for their success at the Kent Open.
Abbie also made it to the finals in the U19’s category and was a runner up. Abbie is now ranked 32 in the U17’s.
James got to the final and won 3-1 against a higher seeded player and James is now ranked 34 in England at U15,
Southgate Squash & Racketball Club wish them all the best and are proud of their achievements.
Southgate had a pretty good outing over the weekend at the Wimbledon Junior Squash tournament with Abbie Wilkinson reaching the final of the Girls U17 and James Carman reaching the final of the Boys U15. Both ended up coming second, but the opposition was pretty strong.
To Southgate’s very own Margot Prow, and the England U15 & U17s teams, for their European win in Malmo, Sweden, this weekend – 12/13 May 2018.
5th April 2018 – Margot Prow Reaches England Ranking No. 1 in GU17s.
Congratulations to our own SSRC Junior Margot Prow who is now ranked and the No 1 GU17s player in the England Squash rankings. Margot who has been playing as a junior at SSRC since she could hold a racket has been training with her coach Gary and SSRC team mates hard this season to reach this top spot. This season Margot has finished 3rd in the the British and 4th in the English Junior championships.
English Junior Squash Championships
Congratulations to Abbie Wilkinson and Margot Prow who both played some fantastic squash at the English Junior Squash Championships in Hull, at the weekend of 10/11 March.
Both girls played in the Girls Under 17 category. Margot finished 4th, having narrowly missed out on a place in the final, after a really tight 3-2 match against the Number 1 seed. Abbie finished 21st, having won 3 matches and lost 2 – far exceeding her original seeding.
Well played girls!