This page holds the results of a variety of Racket Sports Tournaments, excluding the ESC Open, European Team Championships, Mayhem/Octoberfest and the McLauchlan Trophy which have their own pages. Alba Storm’s 2023 league results can be seen here
2023 World Junior Championships, Melbourne
These are due to be held from 18th to 29th July. Funding to send Scottish teams to this event is required beyond that available to Scottish Squash. It is hoped to send a team of eight junior players from across Scotland (five girls and three boys) and two coaches. A fund raising event was held at ESC on Friday 12th May, when around £12,000 was raised towards the required total of £26,000. For a report and photographs click here.
2023 PSA World Championships
Held this year in Chicago from May 3rd to 11th, ESC players were present in both Men’s and Women’s competitions. Rory Stewart made it through to the second round, along with Greg Lobban (who beat the 14th seed en route), while Georgia Adderley flew the flag for Scotland in reaching the second round. Click here for more information.
It’s worth noting that four of this year’s semi-finalists have played at ESC in the past few years – Hania El Hammamay, Joelle King, Karim Abdul Gawad and Mohamad ElShorbagy.
2023 Masters Internationals
No fewer that eleven ESC players featured in the various events, from Over 35 to Over 75. A report and photographs will be available in due course, but in the meantime a short photo gallery is available.
2023 Scottish Masters National Championships
Aberdeen Squash and Racketball Club were the hosts of the 2023 edition of this event, held from March 3rd to March 5th. ESC had an extraordinarily successful tournament, providing both finalists in the Over 35 and Over 50 competitions, the winner of the Over 55 and Runner-Up in the Over 45 events. We also had losing semi-finalists in the Over 45 and Over 70 events. The photo below shows the six finalists – just Colin Cruickshank and Barry Masson missing the photocall. Many thanks to Adrian and Simon for the photo and reports, and the SportyHQ draws are included in the gallery.
2023 Scottish National Squash Championships
In the 2023 Scottish National championships held at Newlands in Glasgow in February, several members of the club (including some of our valued employees) performed admirably.
Alison Thomson was Ladies Champion, while Dougie Kempsell was men’s finalist. Senga Macfie, now representing Abercorn but long regarded as an ESC fixture comfortably exceeded her 5th seeding by reaching the Ladies final, and Edith Mackenzie was 7th. Rory Richmond was 6th in the men’s competition, beating his nemesis Kyle Penman en route. Full draw details are available here.
2023 ESC Open
See the ESC Open page
2022 Club Championships – Squash
The Club Championships returned in December, with three winners emerging. Edith Mackenzie won her first Ladies Championship, Dougie Kempsell his second (following his 2016 success), and Ken Macnamara (2002 Men’s winner) won the over 45 Championship. Click here for a photo of the three winners.
STOP Press – 2022 Commonwealth Games – Scottish Bronze medal in Men’s doubles – Rory and Greg – View HERE