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Climbing the ladder
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We encourage young players to join local civilian clubs, run unit squash ladders and enter the Royal Signals Squash Championship with a view of enhancing the Corps team from both our regular and reserves cohort. In addition the Corps organises a squash camp for developmental players and enhancing fledgling talent.
In addition to Unit/Stations Squash Ladders, there are a number of options open to players including Royal Signals Inter-Unit Competitions and the opportunity to gain skills and/or coaching qualifications. Do get in touch using the form below. Additional information is found at www.armysquash.org
The Royal Signals Open Squash Championship 2016 was held at Aldershot Garrison Sports Centre on 9-10 November 2016. Twenty-seven Squash players competed from 2 Sig Regt, 10 Sig Regt, 11 Sig Regt, 14 Sig Regt (EW), 18 (UKSF), 30 Sig Regt, 32 Sig Regt, 15 Sig Regt, ISS and Army HQ.
The following week the Royal Signals Squash Team entered two teams (a total of 11 players) into the The Inter Corps Competition which was held at Aldershot Garrison Sports Centre during November 2016. Following valiant performances both teams secured sufficient points to remain in their respective divisions.
Camps and Champs
More than 40 Squash players from numerous units including 2 Sig Regt, 10 Sig Regt, 11 Sig Regt, 14 Sig Regt, 18 Sig Regt, 21 Sig Regt, 30 Sig Regt, 32 Sig Regt, 37 Sig Regt, 15 Sig Regt, ISS and Army HQ enter the Corps Championships held annually in November.
Investment in players at unit level has paid dividends; producing some excellent young quality players.
The Inter Corps Competition was held at Aldershot over the period 17/19 Nov 15. The Royal Signals Squash Team entered two teams (a total of 14 players) into the Inter Corps Competition, in Divisions one and three Team A was tied in second place but after count back they finished third in Division One. Team B came second in their division earning promotion to Division Two. An update from the 2016 Championships is expected shortly.
Not only is The Royal Signals Team hugely respected by the Army squash fraternity but this year five corps players were selected to represent the Army on tours as far away as Cyprus, Nepal and Australia.
|Army Individuals Squash Championship||Jan 17||Aldershot|
|Army Major/Minor Inter Unit major and Minor Unit Tournament||Mar 17||Aldershot|
|Corps Squash Camp||May 17||Blandford|
Chairman Lt Col M Fayers
Secretary Capt Dhir Pun
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