Hinchingbrooke school squash team claim competition top spot
SQUASH players from Hinchingbrooke School edged out their county rivals to claim top spot in a schools competition. The top boys and girls teams from the county s schools met to battle for the trophies at the St Ivo Outdoor Centre in St Ives. All players
SQUASH players from Hinchingbrooke School edged out their county rivals to claim top spot in a schools' competition.
The top boys and girls teams from the county's schools met to battle for the trophies at the St Ivo Outdoor Centre in St Ives.
All players had to be Year 10 or below to be eligible to play. Girls' teams were composed of three players whilst Boys' teams had five players.
Hinchingbrooke School edged out Abbey College for the Boys title. Comberton were a strong third and Swavesey fourth.
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The Girls competition was won by Swavesey Village College for the second year in a row. The contest for second place was very close, Comberton Village College beating Sawtry Community College by one point.
The event was managed by Cambridgeshire Squash Rackets Association, supported by Huntingdonshire District Council. Ray Scrivens, County Junior Organiser, was pleased to announce special awards for the Most Sporting Players to Amy Lamb of Comberton and Paul Jordan of Hinchingbrooke.
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