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Former world number 159 Nick Mulvey replaces father Andrew Mulvey as manager of Bishop’s Stortford Squash & Racketball Club





Nick Mulvey has taken over from his father Andrew as the manager of Bishop’s Stortford Squash & Racketball Club.

The club’s No 1 player and former professional, who achieved a highest world ranking of 159, is taking up the reins at the Silver Leys-based club.

Andrew has been running things since 2010, but has now decided to retire in order to spend more time with his friends and family.

Nick Mulvey with his father Andrew
Nick Mulvey with his father Andrew

Nick, who has been assisting his dad for the last couple of years, is the club’s current Open Championship title holder and the Hertfordshire county champion. He is also one of the club’s resident coaches and also runs the coaching section at Broxbourne Squash Club.

“With assistance over the years from all current and previous committee members, together with Limitless Squash, the club’s newly-formed social committee and other key individuals, we have all managed to bring the club to the great position it is in now,” said Andrew.

“My wish is that people will give Nick their ongoing support and, between us all, we can keep Stortford Squash as being one of the best clubs in the region and beyond.”

Andrew intends to continue to help out at the club for as long as he can, both on court and at social events.

If anyone would like to get involved at the club or would simply like more information, email admin@stortfordsquash.co.uk, call 01279 652897 or visit www.stortfordsquash.co.uk.



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