Ulster Squash – October Updates

Windsor Squash Club in Belfast had a great turnout at their Women’s Squash night as part of Women’s Squash week. Players had a little bit of coaching from Michele Jackson, did some drills and played some games. The session ended with a 1 set exhibition between Lynda Dunlop and Beverley Scott, both lrish Masters internationals, and refereed by another Irish International player and referee Dorothy Armstrong. Thanks to all who turned up, we hope you enjoyed it, keep playing and keep in touch!

UIster Squash are delighted to be back working in partnership with WISPA and Better with squash for women at the Shankill Leisure Centre. The first session was on the 21st September and this will continue to run every Wednesday evening from 6-7pm for 6 weeks, followed by another 6 weeks run by Ulster Squash!

The LGBTQ+ Dublin Squash group In4Squash are expanding into Belfast with In4Squash Belfast with the help of coach Brian Murray. This was debuted as part of the Sporting Pride Ulster LGBTQ Sports Day and a great time was had by all involved. The first official In4Squash Belfast session will be on Thursday 5th October at 6pm in Queen’s PEC, sign up on the meetup page if you’re interested: https://www.meetup.com/belfast-in4squash-lgbtq-meetup-group/

Well done to all our juniors who competed in the Connacht Junior Open and best of luck for the Ulster Junior Open later this month!