Tag: Squash


Mixed fortunes for UEA sides in BUCS cup action

No sooner had the last issue of Concrete hit the press than many of UEA’s sides turned their attention to BUCS cup action. There were mixed fortunes for our sides, several of whom have now reached the quarter-finals. In Men’s football, goals from Luke Young and Mohammed Hassan, returning to the team, saw the firsts…


Squash Season Preview

Squash is a well-known sport, although unfortunately it is not yet played in the Olympics. Matches are best of 3 or 5 games, where each game is played to 11 points. However, if the score reaches 10-all, the game will continue until one player leads by 2 points. UEA’s Squash team is for the most…


Mixed success for squash

While UEA’s Men’s team won a stunning 4-1 victory over Essex, the Women’s team fell to a hard fought 3-2 defeat. The Men went 2-0 up in quick succession to dampen Essex’s hopes of a win before the Captain Tom Vaughan entered the court. Although putting up a valiant fight he succumbed to the bombardments…


UEA: What a racket!

UEA’s racket clubs compete in the tri-racket Olympics annually, which sees the culmination of the yearís fierce rivalry between clubs. UEA are well known for excelling in sport (Essex, who?). Concrete spoke to members of the three main clubs about why racket sport is something UEA (or sport) newbies should try out. UEA Squash are…


UEA squash Lincoln

UEA’s Squash Club will be confident heading into the next round of Derby Day matches having achieved promotion following a victory over Lincoln last week. A victory over rivals Essex would cap off a highly successful season for the club on the court. Speaking to Concrete, squad and committee member Raeven Headlam attributes Squash’s success…

June 2022
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