Edgbaston do the double.
Edgbaston Priory Club did the double by winning both the Men’s and Women’s No5 Barristers Chambers National Club Championships.
Women’s Final: Edgbaston 2-1 Pontefract
Millie Tomlinson 3-1 Fiona Moverley
JulianneCourtice 3-0 Hollie Naughton
Alicia Mead 2-3 Sarah Campion
Men’s Final: Edgbaston 3-0 Roehampton
Joel Makin 3-0 Tom Richards
Josh Masters mwd Adrian Waller
Miles Jenkins 3-2 Oli Pett
Chris Ryder 3-0 Vini Rodrigues
Other Champions :
Bexley – Mixed O35 | Pontefract – Mixed O45 | Colets – Mixed O55 | Bexley – Mixed J uniors | Chapel Allerton – Non County | Racketball – Bishops Stortford
PREVIEW: National Club Champs Finals at Edgbaston
The No.5 Barristers Chambers National Club Championships 2019 finals weekend is taking place on Saturday 27th – Sunday 28th April at Edgbaston Priory Club. This will be our fifth and final year of running these championships and we are proud to have reinvigorated this competition.
When Edgbaston Priory Club took over the National Club Championships in 2015, only 25 teams entered the 3 categories. Over the past 5 years, we have been able to develop the event into a festival of squash. In this our final year, 95 clubs entered in 8 different categories, including Men’s, Women’s, Squash 57 (Racketball), Mixed O35’s, O45’s, O55’s, Mixed Juniors and Non-County Player.
The final 32 clubs will compete in the 8 categories, in what will be the highest quality finals weekend in history. Players will include, Declan James, Daryl Selby, Tom Richards, Ben Coleman, Chris Simpson, Alison Waters, Emily Whitlock, Fiona Moverley, Millie Tomlinson, Hollie Naughton and Julianne Courtice competing for teams in the Men’s and Women’s events.
In the Racketball, we have some of the best players in the world including, Daryl Selby, Nick Matthew, Mike Harris and Ben Coleman.
On Saturday 27th April, the Semi-Finals begin at 11.00am with the last team Semi-Final scheduled to commence at 3.30pm.
On Sunday 28th April, the mixed team finals begin at 10.00am. The Men’s and Women’s finals will be taking place on the All-Glass Show Court starting at 11.00am.
Entry is free to spectators.
Tournament Organiser Mike Harris commented, “Edgbaston Priory Club have been proud to organise and host these prestigious championships, growing the event in to the largest club team championships in Europe. We would like to take this opportunity to thank No.5 Barristers Chambers for their support over the past 3 years”.