Squash is set to resume from the summer holidays and back in to action this week.January 29, 2013 4:13am
Echuca-Moama Squash Club summer competition players will take to the courts tonight for the start of the season.
In the Thursday night competition, Jane McPherson has been promoted to number one following her improvement in 2012 and will captain the Emmylou team.
Matches start at 6.30pm.
Pride of the Murray: Lee Simmonds, Daryl Houlden, David Gordon, James Gledhill.
PS Adelaide: Aaron Meade, Rod Barnes, Steven Hard, Shane Weller.
Philadelphia: Mark Hall, Kelvin Simmonds, Glen Wales, Graham Trist.
Alexander Arbuthnot: Brian Gledhill, Ryan Clements, Matt O’Farrell, Adrian Gale.
Maryann: Leanne More, Rachel Whipp, Jim White, Lance Muus.
Pevensey: Graham Trist, Sue Teasdale, Dennis Case, Lyn Wills.
Britannia: David McAllan, Brendan Moore, Peter Beis, Ray Gribben.
PS Hero: James Stirling, Stewart Smith, Peter Ferrier, Leo Welch.
PS Canberra: Adam Walker, Paddy Delaney, Tom Quigley, Justin Gribben.
St Annes: Carmen Dye, Helen Geltch, Mitch Hard, Katrina Walker.
Emmylou: Jane McPherson, Leo Dullard, Ric Young, Claira Whipp.
PS Success: Chris Kadri, Ros Needs, Vaughn Gale, Chris Bennett.
Jaengenya: Meg Dye, Sam Meyer, Daniel Aburrow, Anthony Ferrier.
PS Perricoota: Penny Silver, Rosemary Jones, Alastair Starritt, Adam Whipp.
Draws: Pride of the Murray v Philadelphia, Alexander Arbuthnot v Maryann, Pevensey v Britannia, PS Hero v PS Canberra, St Annes v PS Success, Jaengenya v PS Perricoota; byes — PS Adelaide and Emmylou; supper — Pride of the Murray, Pevensey and St Annes.
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