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Brondesbury named Club of the Year by Middlesex Squash

PUBLISHED: 16:14 14 September 2016 | UPDATED: 16:14 14 September 2016

Representatives of Brondesbury show off their prizes

Representatives of Brondesbury show off their prizes

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Brondesbury have been named the Club of the Year by Middlesex Squash, rewarding the success of their first team and their growing membership.

After some lean years at the club, which is located between West Hampstead and Cricklewood on Harman Drive, the senior side – including captain Seb John and Ross Tyler – has won Division Four of the Middlesex League.

Brondesbury have also fielded a second team in Division Six for the first time in their history, reflecting the fact that their membership has never been higher.

The Club of the Year award was presented by Robin Mace, the secretary of the Middlesex Squash League.

For more information about squash at Brondesbury Sports Club, which also has cricket and tennis sections, email squash@brondesburysc.co.uk.

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