Squash is a sport that TWBS has a rich recent history in and the school hope to rebuild this over the coming years. Having reached national team finals just a few years ago the desire is there to allow the large number of TWBS pupils across all ages who participate in squash to do so in a co-curricular environment once more. The school have access to the amazing facilities at Eton College through the second half of the Autumn term and the spring term up to the Easter holidays.
Training sessions take place after school on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and thanks largely to the use of the Eton College courts; the school is able to cater for large numbers of participants who will be able to travel to training by either cycling or minibus.
The Year 11 and 10 Squash teams headed to St Mary’s School on the 3rd March, for one of the most anticipated matches of the season.
On Monday the U14A squash team led by captain Jed Kilby travelled to Aylesbury Grammar School for what was all but Jed’s first ever experience of competitive squash.
The U15A and U19 took on a very strong team from John Hampden on Wednesday in a friendly squash fixture.
Following on from the success of reaching last year’s National Cup Squash final, the U19 squad won their first fixture 5-0 against Charters School on Wednesday
The U15 A Squash team played their first National Cup fixture of the season against Kennet School (near Newbury) on Tuesday 23rd September. Unfortunately two of our squad were unavailable due to other commitments (Yo-Yo Chang and Thomas Man). Making the team of 5...
1st Squash team played their first National Cup fixture of the season against John Hampden Grammar School at the Windsor Squash Club on Wednesday 17th September. Unfortunately our captain and number 1 seed Michael Ireland was injured, which made a tough challenge even...