Angus, beer and perfect squashing: Berkhamsted prepare to face Coolhurst in National Club Championship clash

Berkhamsted Lawn Tennis and Squash Rackets Club's Angus Gillams took the U19 title at the British Junior Championships in Manchester

Berkhamsted Lawn Tennis and Squash Rackets Club's Angus Gillams took the U19 title at the British Junior Championships in Manchester

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Berkhamsted will be represented by U19 national squash champion Angus Gilllams on Wednesday night when they take on Coolhurst in a National Club Championship clash.

Dacorum Sports Awards Sports Person of the Year winner Gillams will be joined by Adam Fuller, Ali Coker, Josh Ryan and Jonathan Fuller as Berkhamsted look to progress into the next round of the prestigious competition.

Coolhurst, meanwhile, have some very talented squash players including two professionals ranked in the top-100 in the world and they are sure to present Berkhamsted with a real test on court.

Berkhamsted are hoping for a good crowd to roar them on, and pints of Carling, selected ales and glasses of house wine will be just £2.50 from 8pm on the night.

There will also be a top-of-the-range squash racket up for grabs in a Christmas raffle, as well as a box of squash balls for the runner-up. All proceeds from the raffle will go to the CRY charity.

The game gets under way at 8pm on Wednesday, December 18 at Berkhamsted Lawn Tennis & Squash Rackets Club, Lower Kings Road, Berkhamsted.