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    We had four represenatives at the Jay Tee cup held in the lovely Canterbury Squash and Rackets Club over the weekend. Grant Bryant riding his wave of success at his recent masters debut playing with the Ronin, Will Pearmain debuting in the A grade wielding his newly acquired Katana, Kelly Eastment in the B grade making a statement with the Black Shogun and Reka Burmeister in the C grade, playing with the Katana. 

    Kelly did extremely well fighting really hard with amazing racket skills to secure her B grade 3rd place while Grant Bryant came second to tournament organiser Joe Magor in the A final. Will and Reka didn't have their game face on first thing, will be looking for better performances in the future.

    Huge thanks for Joe Magor for yet another amazing tournament and all the lovely people at CSRC for a great atmosphere during the day.

    Written on Sunday, 27 August 2017 11:57 in Tournament Be the first to comment! Read 144 times
Chris Rawlings

Chris Rawlings

Sunday, 27 August 2017 11:57

Blade at the Jay Tee cup

We had four represenatives at the Jay Tee cup held in the lovely Canterbury Squash and Rackets Club over the weekend. Grant Bryant riding his wave of success at his recent masters debut playing with the Ronin, Will Pearmain debuting in the A grade wielding his newly acquired Katana, Kelly Eastment in the B grade making a statement with the Black Shogun and Reka Burmeister in the C grade, playing with the Katana. 

Kelly did extremely well fighting really hard with amazing racket skills to secure her B grade 3rd place while Grant Bryant came second to tournament organiser Joe Magor in the A final. Will and Reka didn't have their game face on first thing, will be looking for better performances in the future.

Huge thanks for Joe Magor for yet another amazing tournament and all the lovely people at CSRC for a great atmosphere during the day.