- Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 October 2014 12:31
Championnat National Individuel FSL 2014
- Last Updated on Friday, 24 October 2014 09:04
Déjà inscrits: Dany Hutchines, Nathan Sneyd, Sanjay Raval, Filip Madaric, Daniel Kaiser, Mark Radley, Guillaume Plancke, Daniel Verhoeven, Marcel Kramer, Alexandre Bressan, Eric Pécheur, Tiago Marques, Gérald Simon, Sandra Denis, Gerard Green, Arnaud Masset, Renaud Parentelli, Timo Rinne, Christophe Di Marco, Olivier Brabant, Paul Kikano, Mido Khalil, Valter Paduano, Arnaud Thielens, Jordi Ruiz, Jérémy Kocan, Rémy Alsbinati, Christophe Vallée, Germain Gregorius, Lauren Crisp, Sandro Krebs, Frédéric Jassin, Tom Zahner, Christel Fourny, Daniela Arcone, Nathan Masset, Patrick Wong, Arnaud Lecomte, Jérôme Winants, Stéphane Feltgen, Isabelle Decarnière, Tom Bermingham, Iulia Bucur, Stéphanie Scaccia
Coupe 2014-2015 1/8e
- Last Updated on Thursday, 09 October 2014 07:51
Calendrier Championnat 2014-2015
- Last Updated on Friday, 19 September 2014 14:48
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 August 2014 07:53
Nous vous rappelons que lors de l'examen médico-sportif, il est nécessaire d'apporter sa carte de sécurité sociale et son carnet de vaccination.
Euro U15 Championships
- Last Updated on Friday, 04 July 2014 11:21
The European U15 team-championships took place in Prague. For the first time ever, Luxembourg is playing this tournament, and is represented by Tumi Tomasson, Miguel Duarte and Stalla Nightingale.
Click on the link below to watch them play!
ENTRAPAULUS Luxembourg Junior Open 2014
- Last Updated on Thursday, 01 May 2014 15:32
STRONG DUTCH PERFORMANCES IN THE ENTRAPAULUS JUNIOR OPEN
The fourth Luxembourg Junior Squash Tournament was held this weekend at the Top Squash Club in Sandweiler. The tournament, sponsored by ENTRAPAULUS, is an event on the tournament circuit of the European and World Squash Federations and attracted an impressive field of 82 players from 10 different countries.
In the Boys’ U-13 (B U-13) draw, a fine performance by André Igelbrink (DE) gave him the title over the no.1 seed, Grégory Malsang (FR), with Harold Castiaux (BE) taking third place. Luxembourg’s best player was Philippe Olinger who beat higher seeded players to finish in 13th position. The B U-15 draw gave local players Miguel Duarte and Tumi Tomasson the opportunity to shine and both won through to the third round before being eliminated by strong opponents.
However, in the battle for places, both produced good performances for Miguel to finish 7th and Tumi 5th. The draw was won by Anthony Schwab (NL), with Henrico Van der Vegt (NL) 2nd and David Maier (LIE) 3rd. The biggest draw of the whole tournament, the Boys’ U-17 group, produced some squash of the highest quality, and resulted in a clean sweep for the Dutch team, Thijs van der Pluijm producing a fine controlled game to defeat his compratriot, Donny van Hal 3-0, 3rd place being taken by Peter Fritsche.
In the main competition, the B U-19, the exciting final thrilled the large crowd, with Patrick Maier (LIE) just winning 3-2 against the impressive Romanian Vasile Hapun. 3rd place was taken by Christophe Winzer.
In the G U-13 competition, Virginie Gustin (BE) showed her superiority in winning without dropping a set, Marie-Amélie Callebaut (BE) coming second and Fanny Beccegato (FR) third. Luxembourg’s representatives in the G U-15 draw, Stella Nightingale and Anvita Ramachandran fought well and showed improvement compared to last year’s tournament, but were faced with top class opposition, the draw being won by Alice Kramer (DE). Gabi Fritsche (NL) finished second and Juliette Permentier 3rd.
The G U-17 draw was dominated by Florence Arnold (BE) who did not drop a set, despite a brave performance by Tayo Kamaansing (NL) in the final. Eugénie Leyman (BE) finished 3rd.
The age group trophies, offered by the Spuerkeess, were presented by Matthew Radley, Vice-President of the Squash Federation. The Fair Play Trophy, offered by LABgroup, was presented to Lily Vigor of Luxembourg.
SCS Champion 2013/2014
- Last Updated on Sunday, 13 April 2014 16:33
Le championnat national par équipe s'est achevé hier soir et Sandweiler est devenu pour la 3ème saison consécutive champion !
Bien aidée de ses 2 joueurs néerlandais, l'équipe représentera fièrement le Luxembourg lors des prochains championnat d'Europe des Clubs à Nottingham début septembre.