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Chantry Squash Club got their hands on the George Smith Memorial Tournament trophy after beating hosts Bishop's Stortford Squash Club 8-4



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Chantry Squash Club got their hands on the George Smith Memorial Tournament trophy after beating hosts Bishop's Stortford Squash Club 8-4.

Stortford had won the annual event, which celebrates the life of a well-known member of both clubs who sadly died suddenly 27 years ago, twice in a row, but Chantry came out convincingly on top this time around.

Both sides fielded 12 players of all abilities, with Stortford captain Fred Cooke and Chantry skipper Paul Carter doing their best to match players of a similar level to ensure there were tight games.

Chantry beat Bishop's Stortford to lift the George Smith Memorial Tournament trophy (53525385)
Chantry beat Bishop's Stortford to lift the George Smith Memorial Tournament trophy (53525385)

There was a good crowd with supporters from both clubs enjoying the many entertaining matches and the hospitality.

And Stortford did have the consolation of winning the top match as Jake Mulvey beat Will Johnson 2-1 in a high-quality contest.



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