Edgbaston Priory Club is proud to be hosting this prestigious squash tournament for the first time. Over 200 players representing 22 nations from across Europe, will be coming to Birmingham to compete for the European title.
Some of the world’s top-ranked players, including Sarah-Jane Perry, Laura Massaro, Tesni Evans, Simon Rosner, James Willstrop and Joel Makin – will be competing for their country on an all-glass show court which promises to be an exciting precursor to the Commonwealth Games in 2022.
If you like a fast-paced thrilling sport to watch, this is the event for you.
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Edward’s Trust Charity Racketball Day will be taking place on Sunday 5th May 2019 at The Edgbaston Priory Club, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2UZ.
This event is held in memory of Aidan Keane who, partnered by Matt Fletcher, raised £23,5000 for Edward’s Trust in a 26 hour Racketball Marathon.
There will be a charity auction and raffle with events available throughout the day including:
- Daytime Event £30: 10am until 3.30pm which includes professional coaching, doubles, matches and tournaments.
- Exhibition Event £20: 4pm onwards which includes exhibition match from Daryl Selby (former national racketball champion and world number #21) & Mike Harris (current Squash 57/Racketball Champion) on an all-glass court, live music, DJ and late bar.
- Attend both events for £45
Sir Harrys Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2UZ
Tel: 0121 440 2492