Squash pros converge on Nelson

Over 40 players hit the court for the weekend tournament.

Gabe Liddell lines up a swing against Andrew Henderson during an exhibition session at last weekend's Nelson Squash Club's Fall Classic. - Tyler Harper photo

Some of the province’s top squash players were on the court this weekend at the Nelson Squash Club’s Fall Classic.

The tournament featured 42 professional players playing in front of a packed crowd. Vernon’s Tyler Perrault defeated Nelson’s Rebecca Vassilakakis 3-0 to win the men’s A final, while Steve Limbert downed fellow Trail native Kevin Limbert 3-0 in the 3-4 match.

On the women’s side, Revelstoke’s Julia Dorrius clinched the ladies final with a 3-0 victory over her sister Sophie. Nelson’s Lindsay Hewson meanwhile beat Nelson’s Anne Bokser 3-1 to finish third.

 

 

 

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