Comfortable win for Weston
Weston Squash Club first team cruised to a comfortable victory against the University of Bristol.
WESTON Squash Club first team, sponsored by Weston College, travelled to the University of Bristol to play their top team in the Bristol and District Premier Division.
Weston has already established themselves in the top half of the league and travelled with Rob Watkins having to play injured, James Hazzard being ill and Matt Baker unavailable.
Watkins started the evening off against Henry Duncanson with a strong 3-0 win, using his experience and accuracy to control the game. Jason Vinnicombe stepped up from the second team and secured a 3-2 victory over Alex Fuller. This was Jason’s debut for the first team and he proved to be the more consistent player as the match progressed
James Hazzard, conscious of being ill, powered his opponent, Ian Kwan, off court not allowing him time to respond, resulting in another 3-0 victory for Weston.
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Weston’s Christian Turner took on Rob Knight and although won 3-2, comfortably dictated the game throughout. Weston’s only defeat came from Luke Bishop, who put up a brave performance, losing 9-11 in the fifth against Marc Vaez-Olivera. The overall match score was 18-7 to Weston.
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