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La Fédération de Squash Luxembourgeoise (FSL) et Mark Burke ont mis un terme à leur collaboration. Nous tenons à remercier Mark pour le travail accompli lors des 3 années passées ensemble et pour les efforts déployés pour élever le niveau du squash au Luxembourg.
Nous lui souhaitons beaucoup de succès dans ses futures aventures.
En tant que Vice-Président de la FSL, Daniel Verhoeven se chargera d’organiser la poursuite du programme d’entrainement jusqu’à ce qu’une solution appropriée soit mise en place.

La FSL

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European U15 & U17 Junior SquashTeam Championships

The Luxembourg National Junior Teams U15 and U17 travelled to Malmo, Sweden for the European Team Championships U15/U17.
The Team Managers were Jordi Ruiz-Kaiser and Céline Ancelet-David, with the National Coach Mark Andrew Burke rounding out the management of the team.
The trip was very easy, flight to Copenhagen and then a train ride to Malmo (over the bridge between Denmark and Sweden) – where a short walk to the hotel was all that was needed to find our accommodation.

Team Luxembourg achieved 19th Place in both U15 and U17. Great result for a fast-developing country!

U15 TEAM: Amir Samimi, Matéo David, Raphael Magron, Maya Darlington, Lydie Wykes-Tempelman
U17 TEAM: Corey McMahon, Jordi Ruiz-Kaiser, Maria Ruiz-Kaiser.

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National Squads Training

In order to prepare for an international tournament in Namur in February and the ETC Level 3 tournament in Malta in April, on the basis of a recommendation from the National Coach, Daniel Verhoeven, the following players have been selected for the senior National Squads based on their current level, their availability and their contribution and commitment to the squad.

Women: Sandra D., Hanna R., Lauren C.
Men: Sanjay R., Niall W., Daniel K., Danny H., Stephane A., Marc R., Marc L., Guillaume P., Marcel K., Eric P., Jean-Claude S.
 
Training will now begin in January before final selection of the teams to go to the competitions.

Congratulations to all of them.

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