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Windsor Home to Craigavon.

Windsor SQUASH Home to Craigavon

a chance to pick up some points

windsor squashStephen v Rory Reynolds
This looked tough for Stephen, starting for the home club in Belfast as Rory started off covering the court very well and went 8-1 up in the first game. However Stephen started to claw his way back and with some tight squash forced a few errors and took the first game 10-8. From then on it was one-way traffic as Stephen completed a 3-0 win for the loss of one further point – in fact 27 points to 1 from 8-1 down in the first. Some murmurings of a back problem from Rory but good squash from Stephen regardless – Bizarre squash match but 3-0 Windsor

Ben v Darren McCabe
This was a decent match as Darren looked useful enough but Ben was generally always in control, with more variety of shot giving him the edge. After going 2-0 up Ben went 7-0 ahead in the third before Darren clawed it back to 7-7 and there followed some long exchanges as Ben tried to close it out. However Ben avoided prolonging the match further as he got the vital points at the end to take it 9-7.

Me v Peter Barclay
Peter was an awkward enough player, with a particularly tricky floated crosscourt backhand which caught me out on a few occasions. However I always felt in control and the match was probably closer than it should have been due to me relaxing when ahead – Peter took the third game before I focused a bit harder to take the fourth – 3-1 Windsor

Myles v Nick Rusk(?)
Nick strikes the ball very well and is a dangerous number 3, but Myles started well to take the first, keeping Nick off balance and generally playing tight squash. However a few errors crept in and Nick started to gain control as the match progressed, and despite Myles’ best efforts he closed out the match 3-1.

11-4. Supper was very good (excellent pizzas), with the only exception being a slight doubt over the cooking time of the chicken goujons.

Greg O’Rawe