Jace Andreassen is eyeing a spot in the Queensland Junior Championships this year.
Jace Andreassen is eyeing a spot in the Queensland Junior Championships this year.

Jace is set to be next squash ace

SQUASH: Veteran Bundaberg Squash Association coach Jenny Sauer believes junior Jace Andreassen has all the makings of a future international.

Now the 17 year old must prove himself to selectors of the Central Queensland team as he eyes a spot in the Queensland Junior Championships this year.

“I’ve finished high school now, so now I have to make the Central Queensland team to make the state championships,” Andreassen said.

“That’ll be my goal for the new year.”

Andreassen’s former junior coach, Jenny Sauer, has no doubt he can achieve that goal, and go even further.

“The only thing I can see Jace achieving is the top because he’s very clever, not just in squash but academically,” she said.

“If he wanted to he could go international because he’s a very good player.

“It’ll just be a matter of how he prioritises his squash with his academics.”



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