Junior team


Tejus Ramadan

Ranking: County number 4
Age: 13
Born: Manchester
Coach: Richard King
Goals: County champion under 15
Achievements: 3rd Place county closed
Interests: Squash, football, PSA squash tv

Rose Rawson

Ranking: County number 2
Age: 13
Born: Bristol
Coach: Richard King
Goals: To reach top 50 in the under 15 National ranking by end of 2018
Achievements: Runner up Avon county closed 2018
Interests: Squash, sowing, singing and netball

Abe Forshaw

Ranking: Avon number 1
Age: 14
Born: Avon
Coach: Richard King
Goals: Top 30 under 15 2018
Achievements: Avon county champion
Interests: Squash, football, 17th century architecture

Hussein Diab

Age: 15
Born: Cairo, Egypt
Coach: John Welton
Goals: Top 30 under 17 for 2018
Interests: All sports, cross country skiing and aerobic darts

Bekki Heaslewood

Ranking: UK 29
Age: 13
Born: Taunton, Somerset
Coach: Hadrian Stiff & Martin Williams
Sponsor: Tecnifibre and Salming
Achievements: South West Regional Champion, representing Avon County and South West Region.
Interests: Squash, music, trampolining, swimming, tennis, cow tipping.

Will Cheek

Ranking: UK 85, Avon number 2.
Age: 13
Born: Bristol
Coach: Richard King
Sponsor: Pointfore
Goals: To reach the top 30 in UK be end of 2015/16 season
Achievements: Avon country runner up, South west regional closed 6th place under 15
Interests: Football, running, music and line dancing

Ahmed Diab

Ranking: UK 168
Age: 11
Born: Cairo Egypt
Coach: John Welton
Goals: To reach UK top 50 in U13 age group
Achievements: 3rd place Bournemouth junior open, 6th place solihull arden open
Interests: Music, video games, existential philosophy

Archie Harding

Ranking: UK 157 Avon number 1 U13
Age: 11
Born: Bristol, England
Coach: John Welton
Goals: To reach the top 100 in England by the end of 2015/16 season
Achievements: Avon Junior County Champion
Interests: Football, squash and backgammon for big money


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by Kylie Lindsay

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by hadrian

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Elite Squash reports back from the World Squash Championships in Manchester.

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