Beds Team 1st Match

Luton and Dunstable Squash Team is back in Division 2 for the Winter League

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Our first game was Tuesday 10th October against Milton Keynes Open University
Ww lost the match 3:2 however there was some great squash played and in summary

Steven and Tim had tough matches, each losing 3:1. In Glen’s case he was forced to retire at 1 game eachIt’s clear they gave their best efforts, but the competition was tough.

John’s comeback victory from two sets down, winning 3: was the highlight of the match. This shows remarkable determination and skill and never give up attitude. Thomas, as the team captain, led by example with a commanding 3:0 win. In summary, our team had its ups and downs, with John’s impressive comeback and Thomas’s dominant win being the standout moments. It was clear that this new experience was the first of many matches and nerves were clearly a factor in some of the games. The Captain’s message was “Keep working on your game and there’s potential for even better results in the future!”

It’s great to hear that our team is ready for redemption in the upcoming game against Biggleswade. Sometimes, the motivation to bounce back from a loss can lead to improved performance.

And kudos to our team for looking sharp in those shirts! It’s always nice to have a strong sense of team unity and pride in your appearance. Don’t forget to give a shout-out to our sponsors; their support can make a big difference in a team’s success.

Best of luck in your game on Tuesday! 17th. May our team’s performance achieve the redemption you’re aiming for.

Please support us with encouragement this Tuesday for our Home Game!!

Club Championship 2023

Amir Retainds Title

This year LDSC held the Club Championship on a Tuesday evening instead of the usual Social Squash session.


We had a Monrad draw to ensure that everyone had several games with the first three rounnds being the best of 3 to 15 and the final round being the best of 5 to 11.
All 12 players enjoyed the tournament with Amir Jafri beating Stephen Axford 3-0 in the final match.