Squash clinics at leisure centre well-attended

Several Estevan and area residents took advantage of the squash clinics at the Estevan Leisure Centre to learn the sport and proper techniques Saturday.

David Sutherland from the Regina branch of Saskatchewan Squash was able to provide half -hour long tutorials and education for players of all ages and abilities.

Sutherland said the leisure centre’s courts were excellent and they were glad to get out to help use them.

The clinics were free to Sask. Squash members. Memberships were only $10 each and racquets and goggles were provided if needed. At any given time from 2 to 5 p.m., both of the courts at the leisure centre has people either learning or playing squash. 

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