The event was attended by students from seven other universities across Ireland, namely National University of Ireland Galway, Royal College of Surgeons Ireland, Trinity College Dublin, University College Cork, University College Dublin, University of Ulster Jordanstown, and Queens University Belfast.
Approximately 140 people participated in the competition which was played in the Dublin City University Sports Complex and ALSAA.
Over the two days the high level of squash was brilliant to watch and there were some very tight matches in all divisions. The Men’s D was won by University College Cork. Trinity College Dublin came away with the trophy in both the Men’s C and Men’s B divisions.The Men’s A final came down to University of Ulster Jordanstown and University College Dublin. Both teams battled for the win, with the first three matches going to 3-2 in favour of UCD. It was no easy win for them, but UCD deservedly took the trophy home. In the Women’s B competition it was UCD again who picked up the trophy, with convincing wins in all their matches. It was the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland who came out on top in the Women’s A.
Overall, the event was a great success.
Winners as follows:
In the Men’s Events:
In the Women’s Events: