elitesquash and Torquay squash club form new partnership

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Torquay squash club has been one of major clubs in the Devon squash scene for many years. Two years it was saved from demolition by a spontaneous sale to a squash enthusiast who happened to visit the club while on holiday. If he hadn’t stepped in, what is still the quirky house which hides, a bar and cafe, gym and 5 squash courts would now be a building site.

Hadrian has played many times in this club both as a junior and senior and on hearing of this courageous venture to turn the club around, got on contact with owner and just recently have a agreed a partnership with elitesquash spearheading the squash program. This is the latest in a series of partnerships where we install our complete business systems and coaching method, train the coaches and manage the program from the Bristol hub in order to help regenerate squash in venues in need of help. See our partnerships section for more clubs and organisations we have joined forces with

Keep an eye on out news section for the next instalment in this new venture as we look forward to injecting life back into the squash at Torquay. 

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