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Worms retains European Club Championship title!

European Club Champion Worms (Germany): Physio Francesco Sieti, Marcus Berrett, Carsten Schoor, Davide Bianchetti, Tim Weber, Nick Matthew, Manager Michael Zehe and David Palmer (f.l.t.r.)
The German league Champion Black & White Worms won the final of the 2013 European Club Championships against the French contender Mulhouse Squash Club in style. After 2 hours and 7 games it was all over.

England Rule In European Junior Championships In Zurich!

On top of the podium: The English winners Victoria Temple Murray and Olivier Holland who have been successful in the finals in Zurich
After winning both individual titles in the European Junior U19 Squash Championships in Switzerland, favourites England went on to claim the team title in impressive style at the Tennis & Squash Center Sihltal in the country's largest city Zurich.

Worms won European Club Championships in Prague!

After their 2 final attempts in 2009 (lost 1-3 to Aberdeen) and 2011 (lost 1-3 to Paderborn) Worms claimed the European Club Championships title for the 1st time
Black & White Worms claimed the titles in the 2012 European Club Championships in the Czech Republic capital Prague. A dramatic men's final ...

Two Legends in Cologne!

Together, Peter Nicol and David Palmer put three World Open and six British Open titles on the line to give their experience to the youngsters
Two Legends - English Peter Nicol (le) and David Palmer (ri) - at one of the biggest junior tournaments in Cologne/Germany. Nicol and Palmer at the Pioneer Cup ...

Serme and Tuominen take European titles!

Olli Tuominen (FIN) beat Borja Golan (ESP) 11-8, 11-9, 11-3 in the final of the European Individual Championships in Helsinki in front of his home crowd (photo: Petteri Repo)
Upsets in both finals of the European Individual Championships in Finland led to Olli Tuominen (le) and Camille Serme winning the titles for the 1st time - local hero Tuominen delighting the crowd at the Talihalli in Helsinki by becoming the 1st Finn ...

European Individuals suffering from absence of stars!

Finland's Olli Tuominen beat Simon Rosner 11-9, 6-11, 11-3, 11-4 in the semis to reach his 1st EIC final of his career
After this year’s lack of stars as no European player out of the world’s top 18, Germany’s Simon Rosner was top seeded. But in the semi-finals pushed Finnish home hopes as Olli Tuominen (pic) beat Rosner 11-9, 6-11, 11-3, 11-4 ...

England successfully retained their European titles!

Both English teams have been able to retain der title to established as the leading force in Europe (photo: Jordan Mansfield)
England successfully retained their titles in the European Team Championships after a 3/0 men's victory over France and a 2/1 women's win over Ireland in in Nürnberg, Germany. In the women's final Belfast's Madeline Perry ...

England on course for European double!

The English team with Peter Barker, Tom Richards, Nick Matthew, Daryl Selby and James Wilstrop would like to defend last year's title (photo: Jordan Mansfield).
England (pic: Peter Barker, Tom Richards, Nick Matthew, Daryl Selby, James Wilstrop) will contest both the men's and women's finals of the European Team Squash Championships after decisive victories in the semi-finals ...
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