08 December 2018

Elitesquash Junior Showdown

Workout Harbourside

date

08 December 2018
10:00 AM

age range

9-18

level

All levels

location

Workout harbourside
Bristol
BS1 4SB

We are delighted to inform you of the second instalment of our Bristol vs Bath junior team match!  The Festive Showdown!

The first match was played at Lansdown and now the second match will be hosted at workout.  As xxx won last time, xxx have all to play for!

Taking place at Workout Harbourside, Bristol.  The match is be 10am – 12 Midday on Saturday 8th December 2018.  It’s a fun team event and a great opportunity to meet and socialise with the other elite squash juniors so come along and join in!

There will Christmas nibbles and the café will be open if you would like to enjoy a coffee and cheer on your junior!  Brunch available too.

Parking is available at Wapping Wharf, Charlotte Street and Millennium Square which are all walking distance to the club.

To join in, the cost is £9 and please email John Welton john@elitesquash.com

Event Price Qty
Elitesquash Junior Showdown £9 (GBP)
Player 1
Player 2
Player 3
Player 4
Player 5
Player 6
Player 7
Player 8
Player 9
Player 10
Player 11

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