After a long period of dormancy the Old Salopian Squash Society has undergone a renaissance and is full of zip once again.
Primarily operating in London, the society boasts a medley of squash related activities and social events throughout the year. Highlights include consistent competitive fixtures against other old boys schools teams, annual participation in the Londonderry Cup, regular club nights of a more informal nature and the occasional social excursion to watch England’s cricket team at full throttle.
As a member of the club you would be introduced to the very active (Salopian and non-Salopian) playing circuit in London, escape the sedentary trappings of office life for a couple of evenings each month and have the opportunity to hone your ball skills.
We have set up base at the prestigious Marylebone Cricket Club and are very fortunate in being able to call their playing facilities our official home ground. Post-match socialising takes place just outside Lords at the famous Taverner Pub where many do their best to ensure that the physiological benefits of their exertions are short lived.
The Society is always on the lookout for prospective players that are considering dusting off their rackets and getting involved. Our squad has showcased a wide range of playing ability over the last few years so if you’re a little rusty fear not: you’ll be able to find others in a similar state in the team.
If you want to know more about the club or are tentatively thinking about joining please get in touch the team’s captain, Ben Stirk (M 1991-96) at Ben.Stirk@cbre.com