Record contingent for Franklin squash squad



Franklin Squash Club has never before had such a large contingent of squash players entering the annual District graded Super Champs Competition. The club has entered seven teams

– three women’s teams and four men’s teams of varying abilities

– B grade through to F grade.

The club is proud to compete in the competition which sees a group of over 50 members participating. Pictured at left is a group photo of the majority of players sporting their new club shirts. The Super Champs competition commences this week with the winning teams in each grade competing nationally in September in both the North and South islands.

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