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Get involved as fresh squash season begins

By Tom Howe 13th September 2017

Get involved as fresh squash season begins
SQUASH TEAM: Newquay’s team, consisting of (left to right) Martin Burnell, Matt Waterton, Carl Megson, Mark Campen-Howarth and Harry Cobley

EVER fancied taking up a new sport, now’s the chance as Newquay Squash Team relaunches itself ahead of what promises to be an exciting season. After playing and coaching the sport for nearly 40 years, Martin Burnell took the helm at Newquay’s squash team, known as the Newquay Old Boys, at the end of last season. The team has be...

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