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If you have general queries about the club and/or memberships please contact the Club Administrator on 01305 268103 or email
The Club is staffed onsite Monday to Friday 9 – 11 am.  


The Squash & Racketball Committee oversee all aspects of the sport at the club, the current committee is:

  • Chairman – Andy Gilks
  • Secretary – Keith Loader
  • Junior Rep - Shaun Dunn 
  • Elected Members - Simon Watts, Andy Notley, Janet Biles, Callum Watts, Alan Membury, Giles Watts 

As well as social play, the club also runs or is involved with the following competitions for both Squash and Racketball ..........

  • Internal leagues, played continuously throughout the year for players of all abilities
  • Annual knockout tournament (Spring)
  • Annual handicap knockout tournament (Autumn) 
  • Represented in the Dorset County Squash & Racketball Leagues, 3 Squash Teams and 4 Racketball Teams

The Club also holds the following "open" Club Sessions for Squash & Racketball players where all standards of player are welcome:

  • Friday from 4.45pm to 7.30pm
  • Saturday from 3:45pm to 6pm

Racketball (only) Club Session:

  • Wednesday 10.30am to 11.45 am (all standards)

The idea of these sessions is to allow any member to arrive without pre-booking a court and play a shortened 20 minute game against players of varying standards. The bar is usually open after these sessions if you wish to participate in a social drink with other members.



England Squash - Back to Squash Guidelines  updated 15 May 2021

AGM 2020

The most improved Squash Player was awarded to James Pickering

The most improved Racketball Player was awarded to Craig Holloway

Both trophies presented by Squash & Racketball Chair Andy Gilks


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