Squash remains a dominant force

IN THE highly sports-orientated city of Bundaberg squash still remains a dominant force after many years.

The Bundaberg Squash juniors have been wrapping their racquets around our great Court One facility over the past few weeks with pleasing results.

What a great court it is to play on.

Players Mason Barbera and Troy Loeskow found the difference between a fast and slow court.

Court One allows the players a great edge.

Barbera and Loeskow played a great fun game through to the last winning point with Barbera taking on the ball with a grin from the back wall.

With a lot of squash shots to learn, Barbera and Loeskow entertained the umpire throughout the one-hour session.

Barbera won nine points to his opponents six.

Mauritz Bezuindenhout and Ryan McLean will have special treatment during Monday's practice.

Top gun, Sam Tobin is giving his time back to the juniors with his experience especially in the backhand department.

Tobin's skills and knowledge will brush off on the juniors down the line.

People have been amazed with Sam's grace and agility on the court, and he has established a solid reputation as having the finest backhand style seen at the centre in a long time.

His style and balance is something to see.

The Bundaberg Squash Centre wish him well with his coming competition in Dubbo. Improved player is Nicol Fox .




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