FIRST TIME: Nitish Gulgulia enjoyed his first taste of squash at this week's squash clinic.
FIRST TIME: Nitish Gulgulia enjoyed his first taste of squash at this week's squash clinic. Contributed

One Day Challenge entries open

ENTRIES for the One Day Challenge tournament are now available, either at the centre or online through the Coffs Squash website.

Entries close for the Challenge on Tuesday, February 6 and children are welcome to enter online through Sportyhq.

Tuesday Summer Madness hit the buzzer this week with close games in the point a rally format over 20 minutes.

Top points were awarded to Brad Harrison who is in fine touch and showing a clear pair of heels to his challengers in Division One.

Allan Dunn is returning to his best, recording two wins in three matches but with a wider margin in points he will move into contention for Division Two.

Current leaders are: (Division One) Brad Harrison 21 pts and Craig Drever 19 pts; (Division Two) Jemma Wratten 19 pts Paul Ivanoff 18 pts; (Division Three) Brad O'Grady 22 pts and Will Geddes 17 pts; (Division Four) Keith McPherson 21 pts and Jonathan Koster 16 pts.

Wednesday mixed social had a number of players returning to the courts for match fitness and a welcome return to Jacqui Gardner, Lorraine Woodall and newcomer David Speed.

Thursday singles and doubles is bringing out the best for some with Craig Drever, Adam Payne, Jeff Edwards and Paul Ivanoff.

Junior Clinics brings out young skills

AGILITY moves and games were the order of the day for young players attending the two day clinic this week.

Players were taken through preparation skills including grip, swing, and movement patterns in readiness for the start of the Friday Junior Competition starting on February 2.