elitesquash bath junior squash boosted with new sponsorships

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We'd like to say a huge thank you to Cj Property Development and www.watsonfinancial.co.uk for your generous sponsorship of the Bath junior squash program at Lansdown Tennis Club. Craig Jones and Martin Watson are club members who are passionate about helping the squash grow and their support into the juniors is very much appreciated.

Under the leadership of head coach John Welton the junior program has doubled in the last 6 months and produced 2 county champions. Anyone helping junior programs know it is no easy task to keep growing and improving. Its all about the people involved and we are very lucky to such a great team in the club and also supporting and managing that from behind the scenes with Caroline (finance) and Jules (admin). 

The goal with the juniors in Bath is far from realised but we are well on the way and as we grow our partnerships in other locations the opportunities to share ideas, integrate players and develop a bigger community will add the the big vision for our junior squash.

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