February and March see some of the hardest matches and biggest prizes on the line.  With this in mind, the fifth P2P of the season and first of the new decade, saw some great squash in preparation for the big events to come!

Premier League saw Sam defeat Shaam in the final 3/0.  Sam has only just returned from Atlanta and the Life Time Atlanta Open, and is in top form.  We’re fortunate in a lot of ways to have Sam, Dave and Jamie still training hard, enjoying their game and available to “pressure test” the youngsters on court.  As for Shaam, the best U17 in the country still has work do before getting past the big three, but he’s getting there!

Division 1 saw Aiden defeat Christa in an entertaining match.  Aiden is one of SEVEN S2ozzies filling out the u13 division in next weekends JCT – wishing them all the best, and proof that a tight knit training crew makes each other stronger, tougher, and truly elite competitors. Good luck to you all!

Division 2 was a tough division, and eventually Maya overcame Elliot in a big final, after they both ground out Preston and Bella in well contested semi-finals.   Again, excellent preparation and match play for future weeks.

In Division 3 Brandon emerged with the trophy after several marathon victories!  One of the hardest workers in a field of hard workers, the win brought a smile to the coaches faces. 

And finally, Division 4 saw Rishaan win out.  Rishaan has improved enormously in the past few weeks and showed his progression in a series of consistent performances.

The next P2P of the season will be conducted on February the 29th… not often you get to write that sentence… and we can’t wait for the next installment!