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WORLD CLASS LEAGUE SQUASH RETURNS TO WALES

Updated: Aug 20, 2018

Wales are rekindling tales of Welsh Wizards, Welsh squash Warriors and Welsh dominance at British Super League level.


Wales will be back competing at the top level of World class professional league squash in 2018-19.

Leekes Welsh Wizards and Dunraven Maesteg are previous British League champions – and now Wales believe they are ready to compete again.

The World’s top three players Mohamed ElShorbagy, Ali Farag and Marwan ElShorbagy all played in the Premier Squash League last season – and now Wales are pushing hard on recruitment and throwing down the challenge.


Surrey club St George’s Hill are the PSL champions with Egyptian World number one Mohamed ElShorbagy leading the charge. They defeated Pall Mall-based Tradition@RAC 3-2 in the final with 2017 Rhiwbina Open champion George Parker one of the winners for RAC.

Wales and Newcastle University are the new teams playing in the PSL during the coming season, which starts next month.


The 10 teams who competed last time are all back in and the competition is split into north and south divisions.


Squash Wales are in the South along with Bexley, Chichester, Coolhurst, St George’s Hill and RAC.

The north section comprises Elite Sport Bristol, University of Nottingham, Team Pontefract, University of Birmingham Lions, Warwick/Kenilworth and Newcastle University.

Each league match will feature five-player teams with four men and one lady, all playing the best of three.

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