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Wednesday, August 08, 2018
Bermuda Squash Players Compete in Master Championships

Australia and England produced six and five World Masters champions, respectively, on finals day of the first World Masters ever held on U.S. soil at the McArthur Squash Center in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Four players represented Bermuda.

During the Men’s 45+ Singles John Fletcher went down to Zamil Hossain.

Eugene Bothello went down in three games 11-3, 11-9, 11-4 to Geoff Roper in the Men’s 50+ Singles Division.

Jane Chapman competed in the Women’s 50+ Singles Division she went down in straight games 11-2, 11-3, 11-0 to Sally Philp.

Denise Kyme won her first match in the Women’s 65+ Singles Division 11-8, 11-5, 11-4 over Carrie Kahn, but she would fall 6-11, 11-7, 12-10, 11-6 to Gaye Mitchell in her next match.
Thursday, June 21, 2018
Carrick Competes in Italian Junior Squash Open

Taylor Carrick represented Bermuda at the Italian Junior Squash Open 2018.

In an epic one hour and 4 minute battle against 5/8 seed Gavin L'Estrange of Ireland in the 3rd Round saw Carrick proceed to the Quarter-Finals.

Carrick lost in 3 games to the number 2 seed Augusto Ortigosa Perez of Spain in the Quarter-Finals with Augusto continuing on to win the tournament.

Carrick got past Daniel Simon of Hungary - another 5/8 seed to play for 5th or 6th position against Peter Nohel of the Czech Republic, but he would go down and he would finish the tournament in 6th place.
Thursday, June 21, 2018
Franklin Falls in Barbados Squash Open Quarter-Final

Micah Franklin bowed out of the 3rd Edition of the BTMI Barbados Squash Open in the Quarter-Finals.

Franklin was taking on the Tournament’s number 3 seed Zac Alexander, who on the day before defeated Bermuda’s other competitor Noah Browne.

Franklin like Browne would take Alexander from Australia to five games, but Franklin would fall 3 – 2 in a match that lasted 54 minutes.

Alexander won the first game 11-1, he would go ahead 2 – 0 when he won the second game 11-8, but Franklin would fight back winning the third game 11-7, franklin would then level the match at 2 – 2 when he won the fourth game 11-8, but Alexander would prevail in the fifth and final game 11-4 to advance to the Semi-Finals.
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Browne & Franklin Compete in Barbados Open

Noah Browne and Micah Franklin began competing in the 3rd Edition of the BTMI Barbados Squash Open.

Browne took on the Tournament’s number 3 seed Zac Alexander, Browne would take Alexander from Australia to five games, but will fall 3 – 2 in the 58 minute battle.

Alexander won the first game 11-3, but Browne would level the match at 1 – 1 when he won the second game 11-8, Browne would then take a 2 – 1 lead when he won game three 11-8. Alexander won the fourth game 14-12 and then he would win the fifth and final game 11-7.

Franklin would advance having defeated qualifier Jamie Ruggerio from USA in straight games in their 41 minute battle.

Franklin would win the first game 11-7, he would then win the second game 11-9 and then he would close out with a 11-5 third game win.
Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Browne & Franklin to Compete in Barbados Open

The Barbados Squash Association (BSA) will be hosting the 3rd Edition of the BTMI Barbados Squash Open, that will feature two Bermuda players in Noah Browne and Micah Franklin.

The BTMI Barbados Squash Open has attracted professional squash players and friends from eleven countries namely; Australia, Barbados, British Virgin Islands, Canada, England, Bermuda, Guatemala, Mexico, Portugal, Trinidad & Tobago and USA.

All coming to play in this event to improve their respective world ranking, which is based on a points earned structure and to experience the hospitality that Barbados is known for.

The Barbados Squash Association is very thankful to the main sponsor of this event, the Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc and the Tourism Development Corporation Inc. without their support this event would not have been possible.
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