Boston Squash and Racketball Club

News

All website updates and club affairs will be found here.

Archived news is available for the 2009/10, 2010/11, 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16, and 2016/17 seasons.


Katie makes it two - 16th September 2017

Katie Price won the Kevin Lenton handicap squash tournament for the second consecutive year last night, beating club champion Adam Hildred in the final.

Jack Sellars won the plate competition, with Sarah Mitchell taking the runner-up prize.

Congratulations to all the finalists and thanks to everybody who took part!


Chairperson's newsletter - 12th September 2017

The latest Chairperson's newsletter is available to view online, with a review of the 2016/17 club season as well as important information about membership prices and club events for the forthcoming season.


Changing rooms refurbished - 9th July 2017

PHOTOS (ABOVE): The refurbished men's changing rooms with new safety flooring

Boston Squash and Racketball Club has received a major £14,000 upgrade as it bids to get more people in the borough picking up a racket.

The money has been spent on transforming the club’s changing rooms in an effort to provide more family-friendly sports facilities.

It follows the award of grant funding from Mick George Limited through the Mick George Community Fund.

The refurbishment comes just months after the club installed new floors on two of its glass-back courts.

They are the latest in a series of improvements since the club started up its schools coaching programme, which has resulted in hundreds of pupils in the town getting on court over the last two years.

But it has now completed its most visible upgrade yet to ensure it provides the best possible environment for juniors to learn the sport.

"The new changing rooms are absolutely fantastic,” said club steward Pete Andrews.

“First impressions count and this refurbishment will really help encourage people to come down and get playing squash and racketball.

“We’ve been working hard to get more community groups and families involved, and this will make the club an even better experience for them.”

PHOTOS (BELOW): The refurbished ladies' changing rooms