Monthly Archives: December 2014

Have a Squashtastic Christmas from Lichfield Squash Club!

Quick note to bring festive wishes from the Club, plus details of leisure centre opening times and a 7 day extension to the current Club League. Access the full note by clicking here.  ...
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Burton Lords of the Manor in Lichfield

James Roberts reports: Lichfield hosted table-topping Burton Manor in their last Central League match of 2014 and were brought back down to earth with a firm bump by a strong side who proved why they are where they are. It...
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Lichfield’s second team lose their unbeaten record in the Derbyshire League

Mike Allen reports: The team went to play Burton 6 on Wednesday evening hoping to extend their unbeaten record. First on were Richard playing at 5 and Alan at 4. Richard lost the first game but by playing a good line and...
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Lichfield in top half of latest Central League table after 6 matches

Latest Central League table and we’re not doing too badly. Tomorrow will see the big challenge though of the visit of table-toppers Burton Manor but as ever we will give this our best shot! #GoLichfield...
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Lichfield Deny Desperados at the Death

This was a very close match against the self-dubbed Burntwood ‘Despearados’ (B team), with both teams by and large closely matched throughout. This was most definitely the case in the no. 5 string match, with new boy for Lichfield Gary pitched...
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Lichfield 2 preserves unbeaten record v Duffield 7

Richard Coulthard reports: Lichfield 2’s winning start to Division 5 continued with another relatively comfortable home victory in a league/cup double header against Duffield 7 on Thursday 7th December. Richard lost at number 5 to the youngest player he’d ever...
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Four Oaks on fire in Lichfield’s latest Central Squash League clash

An enjoyable match overall but this Four Oaks team were too strong for us this time around. With the visitor’s Captain Nigel announcing he was playing at 5, this meant it would be a clash of the Captains! James enthusiastically took to...
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