Round TWO

Round TWO sees all twelve teams back in action as they aim to continue their winning start or get a first win under their belts.

It’s an early start in the Southern Division as Coolhurst play host to top of the table Bexley on Friday 19th with a strong looking home side aiming for their first win of the season in a match featuring an array of international talent.

Then there’s five matches on Tuesday 23rd. In the Southern Division a strong Tradition @ RAC team welcome the visit of PSL newcomers Welsh Wizards, while Team Chichester take on reigning champions St George’s Hill.

In the Northern Division Bristol and Birmingham are at home, to Warwick/Kenilworth and Newcastle, while fans at Nottingham’s Park Club could be in for a treat as the home team take on Pontefract in a match full of quality matchups.

You can follow the matches on the PSL Scoreboard, with reports to follow at the end of play.


Fri 19th Oct :   

Coolhurst v Bexley

Greg Lobban v Mazen Hesham
Adrian Waller v Olli Tuominen
Joe Green v Bradley Masters
Karim Ibrahim v Curtis Malik
Donna Lobban v Misaki Kobayashi

Tue 23rd Oct :

Trads @ RAC v Welsh Wizards

Paul Coll v Peter Creed
Daryl Selby v Edmon Lopez
Ben Coleman v Elliott Morris devred
George Parker v David Evans
Alison Waters v Tesni Evans

Chichester v St George’s Hill

Omar Abdel Meguid v Mohamed ElShorbagy
Tim Vail v Tom Richards
Kyle Finch v Charlie Lee
Miles Jenkins v tbc
Alison Thomson v Jasmine Hutton

Bristol v Warwick / Kenilworth Squash

Youssef Soliman v Raphael Kandra
Tom Ford v Iker Pajares
David Baillargeon v Baptiste Masotti
Mike Harris v Harry Falconer
Joshna Chinappa v Julianne Courtice

Nottingham v Pontefract

Nick Matthew v James Willstrop
Declan James v Chris Simpson
Richie Fallows v Patrick Rooney
Adam Auckland v Abhay Singh
Coline Aumard v Laura Massaro

Notes: At Nottingham SRC   Preview & Tickets

Birmingham v Newcastle

Joel Makin v Cameron Pilley
Jan Van Den Herrewegen v Alan Clyne
Stuart Macgregor v Rob Downer
Josh Owen v Owain Taylor
Millie Tomlinson v Lisa Aitken