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The Ultimate Guide To Squash

Welcome to the Ultimate Guide to Squash! Here you’ll discover everything you need to know to become a squash superstar, whether you’re just starting out with a racket for the first time or you’re a seasoned player looking to step up your game. This squash blog is designed to be your one-stop shop for all ...
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Best Racket Sports For Beginners

Racket sports offer a fantastic way to stay active, have fun, and improve your overall health. If you’re a beginner looking to dive into the world of racket sports, it’s important to choose the right sport that suits your preferences and fitness goals. In this blog, we will explore some of the best racket sports ...

Popular Racket Sports

Racket sports involve strategy as well as strength and are an excellent workout for both body and mind. As well as being a great way to keep fit, have fun and socialise, racquet (or racket) sports are also a great way to improve coordination and strengthen joints and muscles whilst maintaining agility and flexibility. Bluecoat ...

Squash: Mid-Season Report

Once again the Christmas Doubles Tournament was a great success. Six teams competed for the top spot, which eventually went to 2nd Team Captain Matt Peel and Ross Barnes. Many thanks to Tony Fiveash for his efforts on the day. This month we say goodbye to Young Will Johnson as he heads to California to study. ...

Wedding Bells End in Time for New Season

This September saw the beginning of the New Sussex Squash League Campaign.  All three of Bluecoats Teams, in their respective Divisions, will match up against other local clubs throughout the next nine months. The 1st team, having earned promotion last season, have reached the second tier of Sussex Squash for the first time and have ...

No Wise Men in Bluecoats Squash League

Happy New Year to you all and I hope your Christmas was a merry one. It certainly was a happy December for the Bluecoats Squash teams with our top three teams all avoiding defeat throughout the month. The most important of all those victories was perhaps the one that the 1st team gained away to ...

A Walk-Over in the Park

Bluecoats 1st team secured a perfect 20-0 score over Chichester this month; however after a closer look it’s not quite as impressive as it seems. The team did win on the night, only captain Tony Fiveash (in an impressive 2-3 encounter) and No.1 Kit Pearman (forced to retire mid match due to an almighty ankle ...

Doubles No Trouble for Bluecoats

This month, for the first time in Bluecoats history, the Squash players took part in a doubles fixture against another club. The match took place at The Royal Automobile Club’s Woodcote Park Country Club. Doubles has been played by Bluecoats team players for a few years now and it has become a regular fixture on ...

New Start for the Old Boys

September saw the beginning of the new Squash season. As always, the season curtain raiser took place at the New Curry Centre and, as you can see, the heat was too much for some… The 1st team started their campaign with arguably the hardest fixture of the season. They travelled to West Worthing with a ...

Squash Your Size!

Early last year the first Squashercise class at Bluecoat Sports was held. Since then there has been a real change in attitude towards the ‘manly’ game of Squash. When looking through the glass-backs onto courts 1&2, you could be forgiven for thinking the game was all about testosterone, hard hitting and shouting. Squashercise started as ...
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A Squashed trip to Tennis…

As a young boy, much like many others, I was sent off by my parents for Tennis lessons. Little did they know however, I had my mind made up already. Whenever a Squash player connects with a Tennis ball, that ball is sent over the net, over the fence, over the net of the court ...

End of Season Reason for Treason

1st Team “With our strongest team to date, the season looked promising for the Bluecoats 1st Team competing in Division 2 of the Sussex Squash Leagues. This optimism proved justified when we ended the season in 3rd place with 216 points, only 8 points behind the eventual winners, West Worthing, having achieved some excellent results ...

The Gallery Café Opening Hours

From Monday 19th February, The Gallery Café will begin a trial period in which it’s opening hours will be extended to Monday-Friday 09:00-18:30 & Saturday-Sunday 09:00-13:00. We hope you enjoy using the café facilities throughout the day.