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    Open Day Saturday 27th September

    We are holding an Open Day at Lewsey this coming Saturday, 27th September.  The aim is for anyone who is interested in playing squash to come along whether they are juniors, adults, ladies or gents. 
    Our coach, Steve Davies, will be around all day along with other Committee members so there is always someone to tell visitors about the Club, what we provide and to have a hit with them.
    The plan for the day is:
    9.45 - 11.45am   the usual Junior coaching
    11.45 - 12.45pm  additional court time and coaching for Juniors
     12:45 - 13.15  Beat the coach!   Come and play Steve Davies starting from an agreed number of points whilst Steve will need to get 15!

    13.15 - 15.00  Singles Demo (match  between two of Bedfordshire's leading players) plus coaching tips to members and non members.

    15.00 - 16.00  Doubles and court time for visitors
    So if you would like to try squash, get back into it or there is any part of your game which you would like to improve, come along for free advice from Steve and some free court time.

    Give Squash A Go!

    Everyone is welcome to play at the Club - whatever their age, ability or experience.  We have players who range in experience from beginners to the County Champion.  For anyone who wishes to improve, our Coach, Steve Davies, provides individual and group lessons.  He can be contacted at  steven.davies4@virgin.net

    As part of the Commonwealth Games Inspire campaign, we have organised Sunday morning sessions for anyone who wants to try squash or get back on court.  Full details at  www.bbc.co.uk/thingstodo/partner/luton-dunstable-squash-racketball-club 

    We provide a Ladies League and weekly coaching sessions - see the right hand panel for details.

    As well as a Ladder and monthly Leagues, we run twice monthly Club Nights where non members are welcome to come along and join in.  Details in the right hand panel.

    National Team Competition - Third Again

    It was once again a case of what might have been for LDSC as they competed in the National Squash Clubs Championships at the weekend of the 31st May in Nottingham.  The team lost out in dramatic style to eventual winners Colets in the semi-finals, before thrashing Pontefract in the 3rd/4th place play-off.    For the full report  click here

    Club Championship

    The annual Club Championship was held on the 13th and 20th May.  The event was split into A and B Grades and various formats were used to ensure that everyone had more than one game.  The A Grade event was won by Club Captain Steve Davies despite the best efforts of Craig, Scot, Matt and Carl.  There were even a few beads of perspiration on Steve's forehead!  The B grade was won by newcomer Stephen Axford despite the efforts of old stager Paul and young gun Sean.

    Akira Beds Junior Open 2014 - a huge success

    The Akira Financial Beds Junior Open took place over the weekend of the 5th and 6th April.  There were 86 entrants and the highlight for the Club was Sam McCoy's third place in the Under 17s.   Click here   for the full report.

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     Bedfordshire County Closed

    Luton and Dunstable squash players dominated the County Championships in October 2013 taking 3 of the 4 categories up for grabs.

    Players from all across the County attended Lewsey Sports Park where it was a true festival of squash as adults and juniors fought out some very hard matches over the weekend. The senior title was last contested 3 years ago, whilst no one remembers the last time Beds Junior titles were contested.

    The very junior category could not have been tighter with the winner, LDSC’s Natalie Main, winning on a countback as all opponents beat each other with the same score! Biggleswade’s Fred Steer came second a solitary point ahead of LDSC’s Sophia John. 

    The only non-LDSC winner came in the older junior category, where Mowsbury’s Arjun Vaingankar prevailed without dropping a game all day, whilst his fellow club member Manu Ratnayake came second.

    In the men’s B Grade tournament, LDSC’s Paul Main beat Mowsbury’s Phillip Hale in the final. However, Main can count himself lucky in two regards, having scraped through his semi-final against veteran Steve McCoy who had taken a 2-0 lead, before Main’s superior fitness told. The final was shaping up to another titanic struggle before Hales suffered a foot injury which severely impeded his movement, but he battled bravely before going down 3-1.

    In the main elite category, LDSC’s Steve Davies was imperious as he regained his title without dropping a game over the whole weekend. He was made to work very hard in the final against his much younger opponent Nathan Derrick, but experience prevailed in the end. Derrick had made the final after a very heated affair earlier in the day against fellow youngster Joe Elfasi. The referee had his work cut out not just with the players, but parents too as tempers frayed.

    Perhaps the tie of the tournament took place in the 4th/5th play-off where Matt Mulara somehow clawed back from 2-0 down against Trevor Keddo to win 3-2.

    County Tournament Organiser, Steve McCoy said, “It was a great weekend of squash. As a County we have seen the rise of LDSC, both locally and nationally and it’s clear that, with their help, we can roll out their template to regenerate the sport across the County. It was especially gratifying to see all the youngsters on the Saturday, they are the sign that a positive future is ahead with trials for the County squads on
    October 5th.”

    Beds County Closed

    Winners: Steve Davies, Natalie Main and Paul Main

    Ladies Squash

    The ladies squash night continues to take place on Wednesday evening at 6.45pm. Please spread the word if you know  of anyone that may wish to take part as we are always looking to grow this section of the club.

    Want To Play More Squash? 

    LDSRC welcomes squash players of all abilities from complete beginners to experienced League players.

    Membership is £30 for adults and £10 for Juniors.  Part of this fee is passed to England Squash and part of it is used to pay for an Active Luton Go4Less card which enables members to get reduced price squash courts.

    To join please contact the Membership Secretary, Paul White, on paul.anne67@tiscali.co.uk or ring him on 07598 139288.

    click here  to download a membership form


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    Junior Coaching

    Term Time 
    Sat U 11:9.45 Over 11:10.45
    Wed  U 11:4.45 Over 11:5.45

    Club Night                 All welcome

    Time: 6.45 - 8.45pm                   7th & 20th October                    4th & 17th November                 2nd & 15th December

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