Dutch PSL : Women’s Round Five

Big wins for Victoria and Frans Otten as SquashTime squeeze through on the last round before the New Year …

Dutch PSL : Wed 20th Dec, Women's Round Five

Victoria Rotterdam 3-0 ‘Meersquash (9-0)
   Torrie Malik
3-0 Renske Huntelaar   11-3, 11-8, 11-5
.     Fleur Maas
3-0 Gabi Fritsche  11-5, 11-6, 12-10
.     Juliette Permentier
3-0 Elcke Mols   11-6, 11-4, 11-5

Frans Otten Stadion 3-0 Rikax Almere  (9-0)
.     Tessa ter Sluios 3-0 
Danniek Krukkery   11-5, 11-6, 11-2
   Victoria Leow 3-0 Brenda Sariowan   11-4, 11-7, 11-9
   Suzanne Peters 3-0 Georgette Boele   11-1, 11-1, 11-4

SquashTime Eindhoven 2-1 KPI Squash Utrecht (6-6)
.     Saskia Beinhard
3-1 Alicia Mead   7-11, 11-6, 11-9, 11-8
.    Milou van der Heijden 3-2 Katerina Tycova  4-11, 14-12, 6-11, 11-8, 11-9
.     xxx 0-3 Megan van Drongelen     walkover

Preview  (report to follow)

Victoria Rotterdam lead the league with a comfortable six point margin and are lined up to keep it that way as they meet ‘Meersquash.

It will however be very interesting to see what the Dutch supertalents Renske Huntelaar and Elcke Mols are capable of doing against PSA players Torrie Malik and Juliëtte Permentier.

In Amsterdam the Frans Otten team needs to push anything through anything to stay in the tracks of the top three.

They are however lucky to face bottom placed Squash Almere and they will not travel to Amsterdam with their strongest possible line-up.

Last match of the evening between Squashtime and Squash Utrecht could bring some fireworks. The number two and three in the league could both potentially end the evening as league leader or fall back to fourth position.

Megan van Drongelen is strong favourite to give Utrecht the lead,  but after that it’s Saskia Beinhard v Alicia Mead and Milou van der Heijden v Katerina Tycova, both of which which could go either way.


Every reason to tune in this evening at 19.00  !!