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Elite Squash Exhibition Matches and Coaching Clinics

posted May 25, 2014, 9:38 PM by John Brown   [ updated May 25, 2014, 9:44 PM ]
The series features Matthew Karwalski and Rex Hedrick, currently ranked 4 and 5 in Australia, full time professionals on the world squash circuit and members of the Australian Commonwealth Games Team. This is an opportunity to showcase squash at its highest level – how the game can be played. Inevitably, such exhibitions inspire young people, whether they are already playing squash or totally new to the game.

 

The series is being held at three venues:

 

  • Tuesday, June 3rd at Commercial Club
  • Wednesday, June 4th at SS&A Club  (Exhibition limited to club members, Coaching Clinic may be viewed by anyone, participation by invite only)
  • Thursday, June 5th at Corowa RSL Club (Exhibition only)

 

Start time is 7:30pm.

 

Admission:

Attendance at  Corowa is free, while a nominal $5.00 charge applies at Commercial Club. However, a number of free tickets are available to schools for students  (see below for how to register for these).

 

Draw Prize (CCA June 3rd only ):

To add some interest, a draw will be made on the night for a prize of 15 minutes on court with one of the professionals. So, if anyone wishes to be considered for the prize, they should bring their squash gear.

 

Coaching Clinic:

 Attendees are also welcome to watch the coaching clinic being held immediately prior to the exhibition. Rex and Matthew will be passing on invaluable tips on training, diet and other aspects of improving one’s game.

 

Chat with the Professionals:

Following the exhibition, the players are available to mix and chat with spectators. Finger food is being provided at CCA.

 

So, if there is a venue and date that is suitable, you are welcome to organise a group to attend – or students  can go along individually.

 

Registering for Free CCA Student Tickets for Exhibition:

Go to  https://squash.eventarc.com/23549/ and register. Your ticket may be printed immediately as well as being emailed to you.


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John Brown,
May 25, 2014, 9:38 PM
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