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Squash Report 2021

Here is the wrap-up of 2021 squash activity at ŌSC from squash club captain Terama Broughton-Winterburn.

Recognition of the three interclub teams’ achievements

  • Haruātai (Men’s div 4) — won by 28 points.
    • Jayden Matthews (c), Callan Nikora, Brendon Heenan, Murray Bruce, Declan Prentice.
  • Rahui (Men’s div 7) — 3rd.
    • Abe Growcott (c), Jamie Prentice, Liam Rukuwai, Carl Dal Din, Declan Prentice.
  • Wahine Poipātū (Women’s div 6) 3rd.
    • Tasha Webby (c), Chaka Nikora, Mahinerangi Hakaraia, Keriana Sterling, TeRina Marsh, Te Atawahi Kumar.

Most improved (in Squash points system)

Wahine

  • Runner up — Tasha Webby: 19 wins, 1 loss – 310 points
  • Winner — Chaka Nikora: 14 wins, 4 losses – 320 points (played in the Mana tournament).

Tane

  • Runner up — Carl Dal Din: 13 wins, 10 losses – 275 points
  • Winner — Abe Growcott: 15 wins, 8 losses – 300 points

Rangatahi

  • Winner — Declan Prentice: 21 wins, 23 losses – 315 points.

Club awards

Ladder champ

  • Callan Nikora

MVP

  • MVP Wahine — Hannah Grimmet
  • MVP Tane — Jayden Matthews
  • MVP Rangatahi — Declan Prentice

Business House Bash

  • Sparky Tom — 13 points
  • Te Rahui Kura — 12 points
  • Tall Poppy — 12 points
  • Riverbank Vets — 11 points
  • Plumtec — 7 points
  • Cleantastic — 5 points

Acknowledgements

Associate sponsors

  • Cleantastic — Jamie Prentice
  • Sparky Tom — Tom Mackley

Main sponsors — court advertisers

  • Plumbtec — Carl Dal Din
  • Riverbank Vets — Charlie Georgetti
  • Tal Poppy — Brendon Heenan

Without these main sponsors it would be extremely challenging for the club to offer these courts to our current squash members. He nui te mihi kia kotou katoa.

Thanks to all

Club president Hannah Grimmett and club captain squash Terama Winterburn would both like to thank our current members for their efforts and support to the squash fraternity this season, and welcome to our newest members Tony and Erica Hamer, Wi Patene with a welcome back to Hayden Rasmussen. It was also great to see Peter Bevan pop in for a watch and a drink with us.

This is our last formal club event for the season we do encourage you all to keep your skill sets going and look forward to you all competing at the Otaki Open, February, 2022.

Terama and Hannah say they will be quietly chipping away at developing our calendar of events and tournaments for next season 2022.

OSC squash in the media 2021

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