Squash: Cumberland LTC host Middlesex Closed Tournament for first time

PUBLISHED: 10:00 01 February 2018

Prizes are awarded at Cumberland LTC after the Middlesex Closed Squash Tournament (pic: Cumberland LTC)

Prizes are awarded at Cumberland LTC after the Middlesex Closed Squash Tournament (pic: Cumberland LTC)


CLub hosted prestigious event last weekend

Cumberland Lawn Tennis Club (LTC) played host to the Middlesex Closed Squash Tournament for the first time in the club’s history.

Across last weekend, the best squash talents drawn from across Middlesex descended on the prestigious venue in Alvanley Gardens.

The tournament took place on the two new courts that had recently been installed at the Cumberland LTC.

Participants were also able to make the most of the fine facilities on offer at the Cumberland LTC.

In addition, those taking part were offered complimentary snacks, as well as a Cumberland LTC goody bag at the prize-giving ceremony.

There was home success for Cumberland LTC to cheer at the Middlesex Closed Squad Tournament, with Anthony Rogal being crowned county champion.

“We would be delighted to host the competition again next year,” said Cumberland LTC squash chairman Nick Dart.

After a successful first year hosting the event, there is no reason why it cannot return to Cumberland LTC in the future.

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