21st August - 22nd August 2019

Junior Advanced Camp – Bath



21st August - 22nd August 2019
10:00 AM

age range

10 - 18


Advanced Junior


Lansdown Squash Club

Summer camp at Lansdown Squash Club, 21st & 22nd August 2019

This 2 day camp is aimed at the Advanced Junior player who is currently taking part in competitions at County level.

Join us for 2 days where we will look in to all aspects of your game

  • Advanced technique for the short game
  • Speed and efficiency to aid your movement
  • Advice on tactics and strengthen your mental attitude

These camps focus in detail on the essentials for success in competition.

Lunch is included (Please advise of an allergies)

10am – 4pm

Personal feedback on your performance during camp with be emailed.

Book in to secure your place!  1 day option available

Cancellation Policy – 21 days notice for a full refund.


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