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BECKENHAM SQUASH & RACKETBALL

Squash and Racketball is one of the fastest growing sections in the club. There are four well-lit Squash Courts at Beckenham, including two show courts in the main clubhouse and two recently renovated courts in an additional building.

Courts for social games can be booked in advance using our online booking system and there are also opportunities for representing the club in regional leagues.

 
 

Internal Leagues

The internal leagues are open to all club members of all standards. The leagues are a standard format where matches are played over a 5 to 6 week period, with the top players being promoted and bottom players relegated prior to the next round of play. The leagues are highly popular and run throughout the year.


Other Internal Tournaments

The club also runs annual internal tournaments. The Annual Club Championships are open to all members – consisting of Open, Handicap and Junior tournaments.


Team Squash

The club runs three senior sides in the North West Kent Priory League, with teams made up of established senior players and the elite of our Junior programme. Our ambition is to grow the number of teams we’re able to field so we’re always looking for more players to join our squads.


Junior Squash

Beckenham boasts one of the largest Junior squash programmes in the county. Classes are available from beginner up to our elite squads which have produced a number of county and national champions in recent years. Camps are also run by our coaching team during school holidays, catering to a wide variety of ages and abilities.


Coaching

We have a well-established coaching programme, with no fewer than 4 qualified coaches available for both senior and junior players of all abilities. Email steve@beckenhamsportsclub.co.uk for more information.


Court Bookings

Courts can generally be booked up to two weeks in advance on our online court booking system. Sessions are 40 minutes.


 Social Events

Social occasions include Tournament Finals Night, Awards Night and the now infamous Christmas dinner.