28 Feb - 03 Mar,
Chorley, UK, $10k
 Emma Beddoes (Eng) 3-1  Victoria
11/5, 11/8, 9/11,
inaugural Courtcare Open title
the semi-finals the crowd were packed in again at David Lloyd to see
how Emma Beddoes and Victoria List would play after having tough
It was Beddoes who made the better start. Looking to be moving well
and hitting her targets. She took off to a 5-2 lead then hit a lucky
back wall nick and received a stroke to pull away to 7-2.
A long rally followed and Beddoes hit an error for Lust to get back
to 3-7. But she re-grouped and pulled away again closing out the
game 11-4 on a Lust boast that went in the tin.
The start of the second was similar. Beddoes pulled out to a 3-0
lead before being pegged back to 3-3. It was Lust’s turn to get a
few points in a row going out to 8-5. Lust hit an error for Beddoes
to get back to 6-8 and then they traded rallies until 8-8.
few long rallies followed with both girls waiting for the right
opportunity to attack. A couple of lets were given in back to back
rallies before Beddoes pulled out to 10-8 and closed out the game
11-8 on a great forehand length. Beddoes now 2-0 up and looking good
for the title.
The third game saw Lust come out with a little more structure.
Finding the depth in the court a little better and making Emma cover
a lot more of the court. The game was tight the whole way through to
7-7 before two errors by Beddoes gave Lust a 9-7 lead.
That was followed by a great length by Lust and Beddoes struggled in
the back hand corner for the ball to land just short of the front
wall giving Lust 10-7.
Beddoes scrapped a couple of points back with a lucky nick and a
trip from Lust before Lust finally converted taking the game 11-9 on
a cross court drop into space created from an excellent length.
2-1 to Beddoes but Lust back in it!
Beddoes re-grouped well and came on the court looking good. She
started the game well going out to a 6-3 and 8-5 lead. She pulled
away to 9-6 and was looking in control again.
A few lets happened before Beddoes claimed her first match ball at
10-6 and she only needed one to take the match and become the first
ever Courtcare champion.
you the crowd and the sponsors. It’s been an amazing event and I’d
like to Thanks Laura and Chris for putting on a great event.
"It makes a difference having a player run an event as she knows
what we want and we have had everything we have needed all week from
Laura and Chris.
"Thanks to CourtCare for committing to run this event for 5 years
and I hope to be back next year”.
Wooden Racket Finalists
28 Feb - 03 Mar, Chorley, UK, $10k
 Sarah Kippax (Eng)
11/5, 11/7, 11/7
Lotte Eriksen (Nor)
 Sarah Kippax
4/11, 8/11, 15/13, 11/8, 11/8
[Q] Salma Hany
[Q] Salma Hany
7/11, 11/9, 11/8, 6/11, 11/6
 Victoria Lust
 Victoria Lust
11/5, 11/8, 9/11, 11/6
 Emma Beddoes
 Gaby Huber (Sui)
11/6, 11/4, 11/7
[Q] Salma Hany (Egy)
 Lisa Aitken (Sco)
11/7, 11/7, 3/11, 12/10
Carrie Ramsey (Eng)
 Lisa Aitken
11/6, 11/7, 11/8
 Victoria Lust
 Victoria Lust (Eng)
11/13, 13/11, 11/9, 11/7
[Q] Nouran Gohar (Egy)
Birgit Coufal (Aut)
1/11, 11/6, 6/11, 11/7, 11/3
 Lauren Selby (Eng)
 Lauren Selby
11/5, 11/7, 11/0
 Emma Beddoes
 Emma Beddoes
11/9, 11/5, 8/11, 10/12, 12/10
 Sarah-Jane Perry
[Q] Yathreb Adel (Egy)
11/3, 11/9, 11/7
 Emma Beddoes (Eng)
Victoria Bell (Eng)
6/11, 11/9, 11/5, 12/10
 Melody Francis (Aus)
 Melody Francis
11/7, 14/12, 11/0
 Sarah-Jane Perry
[Q] Milnay Louw (Rsa)
11/5, 11/8, 11/7
 Sarah-Jane Perry (Eng)
28-Feb, Qualifying Finals:
Salma Hany Ibrahim (Egy) bt
Harriet Ingham (Eng) 11/6, 11/5,
Nouran Gohar (Egy) bt Kirsty West (Eng)
11/2, 11/8, 11/3
Milnay Louw (Rsa) bt Chloe Mesic (Fra)
11/4, 11/5, 11/6
Yathreb Adel (Egy) bt Hannah Davis (Wal)
11/2, 11/4, 11/5
Salma Hany Ibrahim (Egy) bye
Harriet Ingham (Eng) bt Chloe Harrison (Eng)
11/3, 11/2, 11/2
Kirsty West (Eng) bt Muqaddas Ashraf (Pak)
11/3, 11/1, 11/7
Nouran Gohar (Egy) bt Jess Davis (Eng)
11/1, 11/2, 11/0
Milnay Louw (Rsa) bt Jenny Wright (Eng)
11/6, 12/10, 11/8
Chloe Mesic (Fra) bt Ineta Mackevica (Lat)
11/7, 11/3, 11/6
Hannah Davis (Wal) bt Laura Mylotte (Irl)
Yathreb Adel (Egy) bt Lauren Bayliss (Eng)
11/1, 11/2, 11/5
Two five-setters thrill
DL crowd in Chorley ...
After yesterday’s quarter finals the crowd down at David Lloyd were
excited for today’s semi-finals. 1st up in front of a pack crowd was
Salma Hany the giant killer of the event so far against
Vicky Lust who is looking to get her ranking back up to what it
was a year or so ago.
Hany made the better start racing out to a 6-1 then 7-4 lead. A long
rally followed with Lust retrieved brilliantly but been caught out
on a great hold and boast by Hany and she moved out to an 8-4 lead.
A couple of let calls followed and the rallies became a little tense
before Salma eventually got game ball on a stoke. She closed out the
game at her 1st opportunity with a great cross court drop winning it
The beginning of the second followed in a similar fashion to the 1st
with Hany being positive and hitting great lengths. She went out to
a 4-1 lead only for Lust to pull back to 3-4. The game at this point
seemed to depend on Hany’s winners and errors. The rallies were fast
paced and Hany again hit winners to pull away again to 7-4 to then
hit 3 errors to allow Lust to level back to 7-7. Again things got
tense. A lot of stoppages for lets and a few dirty looks being
thrown by both women but at 8-8 Hany hit 3 more errors almost back
to back and handed Lust the game 11-8.
The momentum now seemed to have shifted in Lust’s favour. She was
picking up some of Hany’s best shots and getting onto the ball early
when she got the chance. Lust went out in front this time taking a
4-1, then 5-3 lead. Then it was Hany’s turn to stage a mini comeback
with some high paced competitive rallies both girls traded shots and
winners. They shared the next few points until 7-7 before Hany again
hit a couple of errors giving Lust a game ball. Lust served at
gameball for Hany to go for a cross court nick and missing only for
Lust to hit the sitter in the tin. Hany then served at 8-10 but it
wasn’t to be as Lust closed out the game 11-8 on a great back hand
cross court flick. 2-1 Lust!
The early 4th carried on with the same momentum as the 3rd with Lust
pulling away to 3-0. She then seemed to step back slightly and let
Hany back in and before she knew it Lust was down 6-3 after a
handful of quick winners from Hany’s racket. Although Hany was
starting to look a little jaded at times she dug in hard with the
occasional fist pump to keep the adrenaline going and she pushed
through and took the 4th game 11-6. This very exciting match now had
what everyone wanted which was a deciding game!
It was Hany who now made the better start in the 5th. She was
looking good and went out to a 4-1 lead before 2 errors in a row let
Lust close the gap to 4-3. Hany then hit an outrageous 3 wall boast
nick to stop the Lust run and she went 5-3 up.
Hany however was looking more and more tired and with Lust picking
up all her shots she went for some quick winners which didn’t work
and Lust made her move counter attacking with great effect and
pulling out to a 10-6 lead.
Lust was really positive at this point and closed out the match
quickly winning the 5th 11-6.
Vicky Lust beat Salma Hany 7/11, 11/8, 11/8, 6/11, 11/6
Afterwards Lust said:
“I’m really happy to win that. I tried to keep my game simple and
not over think things. These young Egyptians are really talented and
I wanted to try and play with the game plan I set out with.
"I’m loving training in Canada at the moment. I have a good coach
and it’s different to training in England because I have a lot of
focus on my game which I think is what I needed.
"I will recover well now and hope the next semi is a long one!”
[she got her wish!]
The second semi final was the #2
seed Sarah-Jane Perry against the #3 seed Emma Beddoes.
The match started with Beddoes hitting her targets well and picking
up a lot of balls. Perhaps frustrating Perry into a few errors. The
1st was tight and the big rally came at 9-9 where Perry again hit an
unforced error giving Emma a game ball which she took on the first
opportunity closing the game out 11-9.
The early stages of the 2nd were similar to the 1st with both girls
sharing the points until Perry again hit 3 forehand boasts into the
tin almost in a row. She was having some serious word with herself
on court much to the crowds amusement. Although she tried to get
herself back in the match with a couple of ‘come on’s’ it was too
little too late and Beddoes closed out the game 11-5 taking a 2-0
Perry, who loves to share what she’s thinking with the crowd, walked
through saying ‘ the ball isn’t doing what it should today’ and it
was looking like Beddoes was in the driving seat.
However……. Perry dug in well in the 3rd. She got in front better and
hit her targets with much more accuracy. She started to play with
more of a purpose and cut out almost all the unforced errors. She
looked focussed and more clear on what she wanted to do. Beddoes was
still playing well and this was by far the best quality patch of the
Both women playing well and they were level for most of this game
until 8-8. At which point a huge rally took place with Perry winning
it on a great back hand counter drop to be followed by a Beddoes
error and another back hand drop winner from Perry to close out the
game 11-8. Perry was back in the match with Beddoes now looking a
The 4th again was so close the whole way through. Beddoes had a lead
at 6-3 only to be pegged back to 6-6 with a few great attacking
shots from Perry. From 6-6 the game was point for point until 9-9.
Beddoes was looking a little fatigued at this point and ended up on
her back a few times by the effort of Perry trying to get to the
Then Perry had a backhand volley drop opportunity only to miss and
hit the middle of the tin much to Beddoes relief and that handed her
a match ball at 10-9. The next rally progressed only for Perry to
hit an outrageous forehand cross court volley nick from nowhere.
Followed by a huge scream and another error from Beddoes, Perry
closed out the game 12-10 on a backhand boast.
So, another five-setter and this match was turning into a marathon.
Emma came on looking more lively. She was bouncing and looking up
for it. She was moving better and that combined with a couple of
Perry errors meant Beddoes moved out to a 4-1 lead.
It was never going to be straight forward though and Perry clawed
her way back to 4-4 and went past Beddoes at 5-4. It was now Perry
looking the stronger of the two women. It was close again and then
at 6-6 again Beddoes was on the floor and landing awkwardly she took
a three-minute injury break to attend to her knee.
Once back on court long rallies followed with neither player wanting
make a mistake. At 8-7 to Perry a couple of lets followed and
Beddoes was again on the floor. A quick wipe down and when they got
going again Beddoes hit a great back hand drop winner taking her
level at 8-8. Perry then hit the ball out and Beddoes was again on
the floor but this time with cramp as opposed to a collision.
Another wipe of the floor and the women were back playing. However,
the ball seemed to have dropped in temperature which suited Beddoes
and she hit a couple of quick winners to go 10-8 match ball up.
Another long rally and Emma looked for a let only to go down again
in the forehand front and after another floor wipe the ref decided
on no let and Perry was back at 10-9 and another quick winner and it
It was a great comeback but then at 10-10 Perry hit the tin. She let
out a huge scream and Beddoes closed out the match on her second
match ball 12-10.
She gave a leap of joy and Beddoes was through to the Final!
Emma Beddoes bt SJ Perry 11/9, 11/5, 8/11, 10/12, 12/10
Afterwards Emma said:
“That was really hard for both of us. I’m pleased to be in the final
and I need to do what I can to recover for tomorrow’s match.
"It’s tough playing SJ. She’s bigger than me and so I ended up on
the floor a lot in that match but none of it was intentional and
it’s just both of us trying our best to get to the ball.”
toppled in Chorley
Laura Massaro and Scarlett Smith report
A busy day at David Lloyd
Chorley with two rounds of play in the the inaugural Courtcare
Open, promoted by longtime member and world number Laura Massaro
and her brother Chris Lengthorn, head coach at the National
Squash Centre in Manchester.
Seven of the eight seeds progressed to the quarter-finals, the
exception being teenage Egyptian qualifier Salma Hany, who
followed up her win over sixth-seeded Swiss Gaby Huber with a
stunning comeback win over top seed Sarah Kippax to reach the
Salma Hany bt Sarah Kippax 11/4, 11/8, 13/15, 11/9, 11/8
Sarah started the match brilliantly.
well and hitting her areas. She was forcing Salma into making
mistakes who was trying to force her opportunities too much. Sarah
took a convincing 2-0 lead 11/4, 11/8.
The 3rd was the turning point of the match. Salma got up the court a
bit more and hit a good length.
She seemed to take more margin for her short shots and it meant the
3rd game was very competitive. Tight all the way, Sarah had a match
ball at 11-10 before Salma came back and took her game ball to win
the game 15/13.
After this Salma was much more attacking and although Sarah looked
calm she seemed to be more tentative going short. The rallies were
hard fought but Salma took advantage of her short game working. She
took a tough game 11/9.
5th again was even and hard work. Both girls lifting and moving
Salma pulled away mid way through the game taking a 10-6 lead and
eventually closed out the match 11-8 with a big fist punch to
Salma said “That’s the biggest win of my career. I’m so happy to
be in the semi-final. The crowd were great and I will do my best to
stretch and recover for tomorrow”
Vicky Lust bt Lisa Aitken 11/6, 11/7, 11/8
This match, which saw another seed fall, was a fairly one sided.
Vicky kept her game plan simple and did the basics well.
seemed calm the whole way through and kept her temper in check. Lisa
seemed a bit more flustered and was making errors.
Vicky moved well and took her chances when she could. Although Lisa
looked a little out of sorts, Vicky’s length was good quality and
forced Lisa to play more defensively at times than she maybe would
Vicky said “I had a plan and tried to stick to it. It’s great to
beat a seed and I’m pleased to be in the semi.
"Training is going well in Canada now where I’m based and I’m really
enjoying working with my coach over there”.
Emma Beddoes bt Lauren Selby 11/5, 11/7, 11/0
started the match looking sharp and moving well. She seemed to have
a tactic of moving Lauren and picking up balls and trying to extend
the rallies where she could.
The longer the rallies went on the more on top Emma was. She took
the 1st game 11/5.
In the 2nd Lauren got in front more and took her opportunities
showing her skills off to the crowd.
Unfortunately Emma was picking a lot of the balls up and Lauren fell
short towards the end of the game losing it 11/7.
3rd was all Emma. It was one sided and fairly short with Emma
grabbing the win 11-0.
Afterwards Emma said “I’m really pleased to be through to the
semi and happy to be back playing after being out with injury. I’m
enjoying my squash and excited for tomorrow.”
Sarah-Jane Perry bt Melody Francis 11/7, 14/12, 11/0
Both women started the match well and the 1st game was tight until
couple of hard rallies and Sarah-Jane held the ball well and sent
Melody the wrong way and it was enough to pull away and take the
The 2nd was similar with SJ playing well and moving Melody around
SJ played some amazing shots and pulled away again to 10-7. Melody
then staged a mini comeback and hit a great kill and dying length to
get back level to 10-10. A couple of hard rallies and an error by
Melody and SJ closed it out 14/12.
The 3rd was completely one sided with SJ dominating and controlling
the rallies. She powered into the semi-final with an 11-0 win. [the pair afterwards exchanged some friendly banter on Twitter about
the last-game bagel ...]
SJ said “That was a good match. Really pleased I didn’t drop that
2nd game but Mel played well.
"Last time I played Emma was in PSL and I won a 70min marathon so
hopefully I can do well tomorrow”.
01-Mar, Round One:
seeds through to quarters in Chorley
Laura Massaro and Scarlett Smith report
Sarah Kippax beat Lotte Eriksen 3-0
one seed Sarah Kippax made a great start to the tournament with a
comfortable 3-0 victory against Norwegian Lotte Erikson.
The first game started with some long opening rallies that the home
crowd enjoyed with both players trying to out manoeuvre one another.
Kippax started dominating in the middle of the first racing to a 9-4
lead making Eriksen work hard to retrieve from each corner of the
court. A clean two-wall boast saw the Englishwoman take the first
The second game saw the number one seed take off where she finished
the first, forcing Eriksen into a string of errors to make it 5-1 in
the opening exchanges. The Norwegian composed herself and started to
come back into the game but at 9-6 Kippax produced some fantastic
short play to win the second 11/7.
The third was much more evenly balanced as Eriksen fought hard to
stay in the match, both players went point for point to 7-7 before
Kippax forced her way ahead to 10-7 lead and took the match 11/5,
The top seed commented afterwards: “I think I played ok for my first
match, was good to get a 3-0 win, Lotte is a good competitor so I
had to make sure I didn’t let her into the match
“It’s amazing to have a WSA event in the local, the English girls
especially appreciate it! Laura and Chris have done a great job in
putting it on,” she added.
Salma Hany beat Gaby Huber 3-0 (11/6, 11/4, 11/7)
only upset of the day came in this exciting match. The match started
well and the early rallies were hard fought and long. It had the
making of a long match but Gaby made a few errors and Salma who was
the more positive player pulled away and closed the 1st game out
Salma carried on in the 2nd game how she had finished the 1st game.
She was positive and calm. Gaby made a few mistakes and Salma pulled
away to a 5-0 lead. Although Gaby pulled a few points back towards
the end the gap was too big and Salma took the 2nd 11-4.
In the 3rd game Gaby came out strong. Moving better and hitting a
better length. The game was tight the whole way but the Egyptian
played the big points well and closed out the game 11-7 taking the
match. Afterwards Salma said “I played better today than yesterday
and I’m really happy. I love the club and the atmosphere and I am
excited to play Sarah later. I hope I can do well”
Victoria Lust beat Gohar 3-1
Fifteen year-old Nouran Gohar had certainly impressed on her way
through qualifying, sweeping aside her earlier opposition and
exciting the Chorley crowd in the process.
The Egyptian faced Victoria Lust in the first round and what a
fiercely contested match it turned out to be.
The first game was incredibly tight and played at a remarkably high
tempo, the rallies were long but interrupted with several lets with
neither player wanting to give the other any leeway. At 10-10 Gohar
managed to hold her nerve to take an unexpected first game 13-11.
The second was much of the same, a heated affair with neither player
making much headway, so another tie-break followed, this time it was
Lust with the fist pump at the end to take it 13-11.
The third game saw Lust change her tactic and try and slow the game
down to try and prevent the Egyptian’s pace from taking effect, it
seemed to work and although close Lust just had the upper hand to
take the game 11-9.
The Englishwoman seemed to have rattled Gohar and the fourth,
although still heated saw Lust gain greater control and draw on her
experience to see out the match 11-7 and take her place in the
A relieved Lust said afterwards: “I’m just happy to win, it was a
hard game with lots of lets and stopping and starting so I’m just
pleased to have kept focussed and stuck to my game plan.
“I’m having lots of fun here, it’s a great tournament so far and
everyone is really friendly,” she added.
Lisa Aitken beat Carrie Ramsey 3-1
This match was exciting the whole way through with long rallies and
each women fighting hard for every point.
Lisa got in front with a 2 game lead 11-7 11-4. She was playing the
more clinical squash at the right times. However Carrie fought back
well , taking the 3rd game 11-3 with a complete change in momentum.
The 4th was looking all over when Lisa went 8-2 up but Carrie wasn’t
finished as she staged a great comeback to level the game at 9-9 and
then have a game ball at 10-9. A long rally followed and Lisa took
it on Carrie’s error to level at 10-10. The next couple of rallies
was fast a furious with both women covering the whole court but Lisa
won the game 12-10 and the match 3-1 much to Carries disappointment.
Lauren Selby beat Birgit Coufal 3-2
was an up and down match as the game score suggest with both women
playing great shots and moving each other around the court.
Whoever implemented their tactic got the lead and overall closed out
Lauren will be pleased to finally come through with the
win taking it 11-3 in the 5th.
Emma Beddoes beat Yathreb Adel 3-0
was a match the crowd were looking forward to. Yathreb is a great
young talent and loves to play winners. However, Emma is in great
form at the moment and she proved too strong for her Egyptian
Emma made a great start hitting her corners well and keeping the
court closed down. She frustrated Yathreb who struggled to find
consistency in the 1st game. Emma took it 11/3. The 2nd was very
competitive with both girls chasing everything down. Emma hit her
areas well choosing to lift at the right times.
She was too good at the crucial time winning the 2nd 11/9. The 3rd
again was fairly close but with Emma in a groove and 2-0 up she
didn’t let Yathreb in and eventually took the game 11-7 and the
Melody Francis beat Vicky Bell 3-1
Melody who was the seed in this match didn’t make a great start and
looked a little lost on the court to start. Vicky was playing well
and hit a handful of outright winners, particularly from service
returns. Vicky looked confident she took the 1st game 11/6.
Melody seemed much more composed in the 2nd and noticeably served
better, stopping Vicky’s winners . She hit the back corners with
much more accuracy. She levelled the match at 1-1 winning the 2nd
The physical side of the game came into play in the 3rd as Melody
moved Vicky hitting the back corners well and then using her short
game to move her short. It worked and she took the 3rd 11/5 to go
into a 2-1 lead.
The 4th again was similar with Melody looking confident now. She was
playing well and still moving around the court with freshness. She
played well and went 10-6 match ball up before Vicky hit some great
shots to comeback to 10-10. Melody re-grouped well though and took
the next 2 points to win the game 12-10 and the match 3-1. She will
be happy to get off in 4 games in the end.
SJ Perry beat Milnay Louw 3-0
This match was great to watch as SJ loves to hold the ball and move
her opponents. Milnay played well but the momentum was always with
SJ who was in control of most of the rallies.
She played great and closed out the match 3-0. She will be pleased
to get off 3-0 and be fresh for her quarter final tonight against
Local Children Kick Start
from Chorley’s primary and high schools were the first to take part
in the county's first professional squash tournament, The Courtcare
Open which takes place this week.
Children from St Peter’s school, St Joseph’s, Brinscall St John’s
and Whittle-le Woods primary schools and Southlands High School,
Albany Academy and St Michael’s Secondary School took part in a
pre-event children’s tournament which completed their four weeks of
coaching in partnership with the event.
The Courtcare Open, which starts on Thu 28th Feb, is being run by
international squash star Laura Massaro and her brother,
Manchester Head Coach Chris Lengthorn, at their home
club, David Lloyd Chorley.
event is a global affair and players near the world top 20 will be
taking part including England’s Sarah Kippax, plus some of
England’s up and coming juniors from the North West of England
including Lancashire’s Chloe Harrison and Cheshire’s
Massaro, the current world number three, is excited about the
“The children have really enjoyed being coached and playing squash,
some for the first time which is great to see and now we’re ready
for the tournament to start!
“It’s been a lot of hard work to organise but I’ve really enjoyed it
and there should be a lot of good matches over the next couple of
days. It’s great to give something back to the club that has
supported me throughout my career and to the local area.”
The photos show the top three teams
with their prizes.
All juniors were exposed to a full roadshow with 4 weeks after
school coaching which then lead into the competition at David Lloyd.
The pupils then all received free tickets to the Courtcare Open and
David Lloyd Chorley will open their doors to the community after the
event as an exit route to continue playing squash.
Laura turns her hand to
Massaro is not only working away at her game, but now she is
putting some effort towards launching a successful WSA tournament in
her home club.
The CourtCare Open is a $10,000 WSA event running from
February 28th till March 3rd in Chorley, Lancashire, at the
David Lloyd club where Laura
has trained since she turned professional ten years ago.
"I had the idea of running my own event
"I was in Cleveland, Ohio for the Cleveland Classic and
realised what a great tournament Nathan Dugan put on for his club
"All the players love that tournament for its club feel and all the
extra little organisational things that Nathan thought about.
"I had wanted to give something back to the tour and I suppose I was
inspired there to give it a go at my own club.
brother Chris, who is Head coach in Manchester, has got on
board with me and over the past 8 months we have planned the event,
found a brilliant Sponsor in CourtCare (amongst others) and
are now ready to deliver our first professional tournament.
"We aim to keep it going over the next three years. We would like to
grow the event as time goes on but we will see how our first effort
"I really want the players to be looked after and treated as the
hard working professionals they are. I also want our club members to
be inspired by the players and come out and support them when they
"We have tied in a junior development programme which my brother has
created with the experience from his Manchester job. With these
local schools on board I hope that will give the tournament a lively
"It's been a lot of effort so far but I've really enjoyed it. I've
been pestering all the tournament organisers this year getting
advice and tips but it's only once we get started they have said I
will learn what it's really like!"
are open for the event now and WSA have such a strong tour at the
moment I am sure we will get some great players coming to play.
"Entry closes on the 22nd January so I’ll look forward to the
draw being done and welcoming the girls to David Lloyd, Chorley when
the event starts. "
Main & Qualifying Draw