Irish Squash Interpros 2019 – Results

14th Mar 2019 (agillespie)
Congratulations to the Leinster boys u13 and u15 teams who both bought the Interpros trophies from Waterford back to Leinster at the weekend. A great weekend of squash was had by all.

Well done also to the u11 team and the girls u15 team who were both runners-up.

  MU11 BU13 GU13 BU15 GU15 MU17
Winner Munster Leinster Munster Leinster Ulster Munster
Runner Up Leinster Connacht Ulster Munster Leinster Ulster

This was the first time there were u11’s competing at the competition and going by the feedback, it won’t be the last. They were unlucky to lose to Munster 14/12 in the final game of the final match of the tie, and the atmosphere was electric!

Irish Squash Interpros 2019 – Team Selection

7th Mar 2019 (agillespie)
Congratulations to all players who have been chosen to represent Leinster Squash in the Interpros in Waterford this weekend.

If they play as well as they look in their new Leinster kit, they’re going to do us very proud. Good luck!

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Leinster Junior Open 2019 – Results

6th Feb 2019 (agillespie)

Well done to everyone who made the journey to Dublin last weekend, to compete in the LJO19.

A special congratulations to our Leinster Open champions:

U11Christian Dromgoole (L)Rebecca Jackson (L)
U13Danny Lynch (C)Erin Ferris (U)
U15Dylan Moran (L)Sophie Thomas (U)
U17Sean White (M)Hannah Mcgugan (U)
U19Conor Moran (L)Emma Lundy (U)

Leinster Junior Open 2019 – Entries

14th Jan 2019 (agillespie)

The fourth provincial open of the season, the Leinster Junior Open, takes place in Sutton on Friday 1st – Sunday 3rd February.  

Entry is via the Tournament Software website and closes at midnight, 23rd Jan.

 

Leinster Junior Closed 2019 – Results

7th Jan 2019 (agillespie)

Some great was squash was on display in Sutton this weekend and we were delighted to crown the following players as Leinster champions:

  Boys Girls
U11 Christian Dromgoole Zoe Yeomans
U13 Aaron Cullen Sara Sabry
U15 Ed Gaffney Rebecca Kavanagh
U17 Mikey Wright  
U19 Michael Creaven  

 

BJO 2019 – Results

(agillespie)
Unfortunately a second BJO title for Denis was just out of reach yesterday in Birmingham. Although he played well, the Malaysian seemed to get to everything that Denis threw at him.. and returned it with more. He did win a silver medal for his magnificent effort, and a mention on the RTÉ national news on TV and web, and the large crowd that had made the trip over to support, although disappointed for him, were treated to some great squash throughout the day.

Well done to all Leinster players. They can all be very proud of themselves.

Their results proved that Ireland is still a hot-bed of talent and a force to be reckoned with.

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BJO 2019 – Semi-final

5th Jan 2019 (agillespie)
For the second time in his squash career, Mount Pleasant‘s Denis Gilevskiy has made it though to a final of the British Junior Open. Although his form has been exemplary this week, he hasn’t had it all his own way having to overcome tough opposition from Malaysia in the quarter-final and Egypt in the semi-final.

He now plays Malaysia’s Ameeshenraj Chandaran for the BU15 title. It’s being streamed online at https://britishjunioropen.com/watch (UOB Glass court) at 12.20 and all virtual support is welcome!

 

Leinster Senior Closed 2019 – Entries

4th Jan 2019 (agillespie)

This years Leinster Senior Closed competition takes place in Sutton LTC on 11th-13th January.

Entry closes this Sunday at midnight and there are categories for all standards of Leinster-based players.

Sign up on the Tournament Software website.

 

Leinster Junior Closed 2019 – Entries

31st Dec 2018 (agillespie)

Entries close tonight for this years Leinster Junior Closed tournament.

It takes place in Sutton on 5th-6th January, and is open to all Leinster junior players.

Entries via Tournamant Software.

 

Youth Olympic Games 2018 – Argentina

1st Nov 2018 (agillespie)

Conor Moran from Sutton LTC joined some of the best juniors in the world recently when he was selected to help showcase squash at the 3rd Youth Olympic games in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He was one of 38 juniors from all over the world to picked to spend time playing on the interactive glass court in the Technopolis Park at the heart of the Olympic village, bringing squash to a whole new audience.

With World Squash estimating that around 5000 people a day coming to watch and 400 children a day getting a chance to play on the court, this was a huge opportunity to raise the profile of the sport, as well as a fantastic experience for Conor.

The feedback from everyone in Buenos Aires was very positive and hopefully the Olympic committee will take note and consider the sport for inclusion in Paris 2024.