WORLD SQUASH DAY: SATURDAY OCTOBER 14th
World Squash Day is a special occasion when every single member of the club can get involved, have loads of fun, and help to attract new members.
We are asking juniors to bring along a friend in the morning for a free try-out between 10am and 12 noon.
From 12 noon we will have two hours of free courts available for adult newcomers, so please invite family and friends who might fancy a taste of squash or racketball.
If you know of any youth groups or other sports clubs who might like to get involved, then please invite them along (but do let us know in advance!).
From 2pm onwards, we have the World Squash Day Champagne Doubles competition. It is a day of fun squash, with a Bar-B-Q, Live Music and Party Night to follow.
The party is to officially relaunch the club following the fantastic refurbishment work carried out during the summer, so please make every effort to come along, bring your friends, and join in the fun.
To all those people who play doubles on Club Night, why are your names not on the list? The whole idea is that the tournament is a day of fun squash, open to players of all standards.
There is still plenty of room for extra doubles teams, so please get those names on the list.
A lot of work has gone in to plan this big day, and there is one more special attraction:
CINQUE LAGER AT £2 A PINT!
Yes, we will be introducing our new premium lager on World Squash Day and toasting a farewell to Asahi.
Cinque Lager is highly recommended and here is what the Shepherd Neame Head Brewer has to say:
“Using five grains gives Cinque a complex flavour with a deep and satisfying mouth feel, while the use of aromatic French Strisselpalt hops lends a distinctive refreshing citrus note.”
INTRODUCING: CINQUE LAGER
From the company website: Shepherd Neame is proud to introduce Cinque five grain premium lager. The name is derived from the Norman-French word meaning five (pronounced ‘sink’) and pays tribute to our home town of Faversham, a member of the confederation of Cinque Ports. The Cinque Ports were established in the 12th century to maintain ships ready to protect the coast from foreign invaders.
Tasting notes: Five grains provide a complex but clean malt base overlaid with a delicate and refreshing citrus aroma.