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Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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CAC medalists in squash exhibition
The T&T Squash Association will be having an exhibition on December 28 at the Cascadia Squash Club from 1-5 pm.
T&T’s top players will be home for Christmas and fans will get to experience top players like Colin Ramasra and Kale Wilson from their Canadian base and Kerrie Sample and Charlotte Knaggs from their UK base.
Ramasra is back after participating in several international tournaments while Kale will be on Christmas break from Western University after playing several tournaments for Western in Canada and the US.
Knaggs has just completed the Canadian Junior open where she placed 7th among world’s best contenders. She is currently at the US Junior Open which is being held at Yale University in Connecticut.
All players will be in rippling form and will certainly delight the crowd with a high standard of play.
Ramasra and Sample won silver medals in the last CAC games in the mixed double category and will be challenged by Wilson and Knaggs in the first mixed doubles match ever played in Trinidad.
Mixed doubles is a strong category for T&T in the upcoming games in 2014 where the country is hoping to repeat its medaling performance.
The squash extravaganza will thrill the squash enthusiasts in T&T and at the event there will be lots to eat and drink and a chance to win a bottle of champagne for old year’s night.
There will also be a prize-giving ceremony at this event and the TTSA promises an exciting and fun filled afternoon for all.
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