Winning feeling on court

The combined Bannatynes and Cromer team have secured the title in Division One of the Norfolk Junior Squash League. Fakenham produced a hat-trick of successes by winning the Divisions Two, Three and Four titles, all without losing a single match, showing strength in depth.

The combined Bannatynes and Cromer team have secured the title in Division One of the Norfolk Junior Squash League. Fakenham produced a hat-trick of successes by winning the Divisions Two, Three and Four titles, all without losing a single match, showing strength in depth.

Bannatynes and Cromer won the top title with a comprehensive 4-0 victory against a severely weakened East Anglia Tennis & Squash Club team in Norwich recently.

Alex Foster at No 1 beat Tom Morris 3-0 in the closest contest of the day, a match full of skill and well-executed, inventive shots from both players. Jordan Creed at No 2 overcame a spirited Alex Williams, also 3-0. Both players were full of running in a hard-fought contest.

Laurie Lacey-Hastings at No 3 had too much experience and power to secure a 3-0 win against Jamie Foyster for EATSC, who was making his League One debut, as was Harry Fowler at No 4, beaten 3-0 by Alex Oliver, who produced a number of well-placed shots.


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Pictured left are the Bannatynes and Cromer team with the EATSC Division One side.

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