Junior team

OUR BRISTOL PROGRAM HAS MORE THAN 50 JUNIORS FROM 3 YEARS OLD AND UPWARDS. GROUP LESSONS RUN 5 DAYS PER WEEK FOR ALL LEVELS.

Peter Stiff

Ranking: U11 number 63 UK, Avon number 1.
Age: 10
Born: Bristol
Coach: Hadrian Stiff and John Welton
Goals: To reach the top 30 in the UK U11
Achievements: Avon county champion
Interests: Drumming, skateboarding, drawing, squash

Elliott Stiff

Ranking: UK U13 48
Age: 12
Born: Bristol
Coach: Hadrian Stiff & John welts
Sponsor: Dunlop
Goals: Top 15 BU13 2022/2023 season
Achievements: 3 place in Lansdown bronze
Interests: Squash, skateboarding, guitar, surfing , music production, Minecraft

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

Jack White

Ranking: UK BU13 95
Age: 11
Born: England
Coach: Hadrian Stiff & John Welts
Sponsor: Dunlop
Goals: Top 30 BU13 2022/2023
Achievements: 4th Bronze 13a - Elitesquash Lansdown Junior Open 2022
Interests: Squash, Other Sports

Flow Coony

Ranking: UK GU15
Age: 13
Born: England
Coach: Hadrian Stiff & John Welts
Sponsor: Dunlop
Goals: Top 50 GU15 2022/2023
Achievements: 4th in Avon Junior County Closed 2021
Interests: Squash, Other Sports, Dancing

Emanuel Cox

Ranking: UK BU13 35
Age: 12
Born: England
Coach: Hadrian Stiff & John Welts
Sponsor: Dunlop
Goals: Top 15 BU13 2022/2023
Achievements: 1 Avon Junior County Closed
Interests: Squash, Other Sports, Looking At Rackets And Boxing Fish

Oliver Duffet

Ranking: UK BU13 41
Age: 12
Born: England
Coach: Hadrian Stiff & John Welts
Sponsor: Dunlop
Goals: Top 15 in BU13 2022/2023
Achievements: 3rd in Avon junior county closed
Interests: Squash, Other Sports and Fighting Orcs

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The power of community (mini blog)

by Hadrian

Community is inclusion in a group with a common ground. It’s being part of something greater than yourself which makes you feel strong and proud. Young people have never needed this as much as in the current times. Squash clubs and junior programs have the power to create a special place where everyone matters, no…

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Parent / coach role continued…

by hadrian

This piece is for any parent out there who has children playing tournaments. Now having my own children who are playing tournaments I share your pain and struggles, highs and lows. I have tried to pull out some of the key things I have learned so far and hope at least some of these insights…

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28 years and counting for our summer camps!

by Hadrian

28 years and counting for our elitesquash junior summer camps. It’s both inspiring and a bit scary to know we have been running our summer camps for over 28 years. Elitesquash camps began in Exeter all those years ago with the mission to provide the ultimate environment for you people to maximise their potential. This…

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5 top tips for good tactics

by hadrian

TOP 5 TIPS FOR GOOD TACTICS   Maximise the serve! The serve does not just start the rally. It’s your opportunity to disrupt from the first shot. When you go to serve think: ‘How can I disrupt my opponent right now with my serve’? Use variations or serve to create uncertainly but most of all…

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British junior championships review

by hadrian

As always the team at Edgbaston priory club and Birmingham university provided an excellent experience for the British junior championships. Somewhere close to 500 kids battled it out across the two venues and it was very encouraging to see so many young players at such a high level when there is plenty of talk about…

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