An amazing weekend with over 40 players plus 4 professionals competing for honours in the Neilly Sull Open 2019. This has become one of the dates in the squash calendar that everyone looks forward to. Not only to watch the likes of Joel Makin, the world no.12 showcase his effortless skills but to remember our friend and former club member Neil O Sullivan. Thanks to everyone who supported, played, watched and to Sundays Well for everything they did to make the event run so smoothly. Looking forward to next year…
Great night at the August squash social. on August 30th. There was a fantastic turnout and a huge thanks to Eoin O Toole for all his hard work organising it.
Sundays Well Squash Club Championship commenced on Monday 25th March and finished on April 13. 20 players competed across 3 sections and there were social drinks held on the club on Finals Night. Well done to all who entered and to Johnny Hurley who beat Mike Howard in the final. The full draw can be viewed at this link and there are some photos available at this link on Facebook.
Another great weekend with the Squash Irish Open over 35/40 hosted in the club. Well done to all players with some fantastic games on show. Congratulations to Neil Murphy who beat Johnny Hurley 3-2 in the final. Some photos of the event are now available at this link. Looking forward to next year already.
Over the next few days, Sunday’s Well will play host to some of the World’s top Squash players The excitement is building to this weekend’s Neilly Sull Squash Open. Derval O’ Rourke was delighted to visit the Club recently for a photo shoot to launch this year’s tournament. The Club is very excited to welcome Joel Makin, new world No.24, Josh Masters, world No. 50, Miles Jenkins, world No. 178 and Irish International Brian Byrne, world No. 158. Members are welcome to come and watch. Relevant Links Irish Examiner Article…
What a Squash Irish Open we had this weekend. John Rooney former Irish Professional player from Galway won the men’s over 35 beating defending champion Keith Moran from Sligo, both pictured below. Neal Murphy from Nass successfully defended his over 40 title beating Dara O’Flynn from Fitzwilliam in Dublin 3-1 in the final. Well done to Sundays Well for hosting this prestigious Tournament and to Johnny Hurley as Tournament Director.
The Sunday’s Well Squash Open took place on the 9th December 2017. Well done to all who took part, some photos of the prizegiving are given on facebook at this link