A friendly and welcoming squash and racketball club
Based within the grounds of Ceddesfeld Hall in Sedgefield, easily accessible to other local villages and towns in South East Durham area. This long established club has 2 well maintained courts, and is currently planning a 3rd court.
We have successful and active mens, ladies and junior sections and have a range of competitive leagues both internally and playing against other local clubs in the Durham & Cleveland Squash Rackets Association.
The club is a section of the Sedgefield Community Association and members have access to the bar and facilities at Ceddesfeld Hall.
Why not come and join us?
ACTIVE DURHAM SPORTS CLUB OF THE YEAR 2017 (EAST DURHAM AND SEDGEFIELD)
DURHAM & CLEVELAND CLUB OF THE YEAR 2017
Our two courts host ladders, leagues and competitions but there’s plenty of time left for a friendly match.
Whether you are looking to play competitive squash or just want a friendly game we have something for you.
The Men's and Women's teams play in the Durham and Cleveland County Leagues with all HOME games commencing at 19:20hrs.
Racketball is one of the fastest growing sports in the country, with the potential to burn up to 800 calories in a 45 minute session; it is a fantastic way to workout, build your hand eye coordination and have great competitive fun!
Sedgefield boasts one of the strongest junior sections in the region. Whilst we have developed County & Regional champions and seen juniors go on to represent the club teams, we have also introduced many youngsters to the sport and shown them that they can enjoy the game at whatever level they choose.
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The first honours of Sedgefield Squash Club’s season have been decided over the last few weeks. The Junior Team Handicap was won in a remarkably close contest, with the winning group comprising Richard Flanagan, Cameron Andrews, Maharishi McElhoney, George Nott and Chiara Rutherford.
And the junior success didn’t end there. The club held its Individual Handicap competition, which is open to both junior and senior members. After battling through three tough rounds, the semi-finals saw a battle between John Cant and Gordon Peden. Gordon came out on top and went on to face the Weatherspoon family champion in the final, after Jess triumphed over dad Craig.
The final on 10th January saw 13-year-old Jess attempting to hold on to her handicap, which required Gordon (aged over 13) to make up a deficit of 11 points. Despite Gordon’s sustained run of winning points, Jess held on to win 2-0 – adding the trophy to her already impressive haul. Yet again, well done Jess!
Funds raised at club afternoon on Saturday 19th January and other donations received the following week are being donated to 2 charities to support Chris Allinson. Read More...
During the very successful evening with Nick Matthew £150 was raised from a silent auction which is being donated to the Neuroblastoma charity, a charity close to Tom Mckay's heart.
Posters are on the notice board for this years Closed Competitions.
Closing date for entry 22nd February.
Final nights 25th and 26th April. Don't miss out.
Add your name to the lists to be included in the last competition of the season.
If you'd like to become a sponsor please email us your contact details and we will be in touch.