Easter Bunny squash tourney on this week

Action starts Thursday with finals Sunday afternoon at CRA Lewis Centre

 

 

 

The Comox Valley Sqaush Club is hosting the 33rd annual Easter Bunny tournament March 21-24.

Some 90 players from throughout B.C. and Alberta have registered to play in this perennially popular event. This year’s  draw features many highly ranked men’s and women’s A players, including No. 1 men’s seed Scott Carswell from Calgary (the No. 7 ranked player in Alberta) and 14-year-old Grace Thomas of Victoria, the No. 1 women’s seed.

Local talent will also be on display, including Noel Leonin and Diane Calder, the top-ranked men’s and women’s players from the Comox Valley.

Men, women, boys and girls of all ages and abilities will compete in A, B, C and D categories of this Squash BC-sanctioned tournament.

Matches will be played at the Lewis Centre in Courtenay and the Comox Recreation Centre staring Thursday, March 21. All final matches will be played at the Lewis Centre starting at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 24.

The Comox Valley Squash Club encourages anyone interested in learning more about squash to stop by and watch what promises to be exciting, competitive squash in a fun, friendly setting.

 

– Comox Valley Squash Club

 

 

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