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The Wynne Sporting Times – Wednesday 4th October, 2017

The season begins With expectation and hope The Leicestershire Seconds Four men and a dope A new season, a new line-up, a set of new shirts but the same cliché-laden, overly-verbose, and ‘comma-heavy’ approach to match reporting. Yep, you’ve got it; this week saw the start of the 2017/18 Leicestershire Winter Squash League, after 6 long months the finest squash players in the County (as well as some of the rubbish ones) have woken [...]

October 6th, 2017|squash, Uncategorised|

The Wynne Sporting Times (Poetry Edition) – Thursday, 1st December 2016

The Leicestershire Team Number 2, Playing Hinckley knew just what to do. To try and play well, to give their boys Hell, Then hope it was enough to come through In a Sporting Press first, the write up this week has been handed to our resident Poet, Robbie “Wordsworth” Wynne, who in his own style (which conforms to no recognised poetic rule or lexicon), will dutifully describe the events that transpired as [...]

December 1st, 2016|squash|

The Wynne Sporting Times – Thursday, 24th November 2016

Sumptuous Seconds Sink Spirited Students   A cold night in late November saw the Leicestershire Tennis & Squash Club Second Team entertain the future of our nation made up of five strapping lads from Loughborough University Second Team. The LT&SC boys were looking to continue their good form showed the week previous and keep the pressure on the two sides above them, whilst the pound-a-pint-swilling tax-dodgers were hoping for a good result to [...]

November 24th, 2016|squash|

Embling Entertainment Weekly (Sports Edition) – 24th November 2016

Head honcho and teaboy: Matt Williams Sporting Round-up The following consists of two brief articles updating on this reporters musings. Dave ’BigD’ Goodman on Song for LT&SC3 Good to see Dave Goodman transitioning the form he has shown in DWC duties to the league fixtures. Dave’s biggest challenge of the night seemed to be getting over the fact that his opponent was dressed as a pirate (Figure 1). An outfit that Leicester fashion [...]

November 23rd, 2016|squash|

The Wynne Motoring Times – Thursday, 17th November 2016

Leicestershire Motor on to Podium Position With Chief Sports Writer and all-round entertainer, Robbie Wynne on sick-leave, this week’s write up is brought to you from our Motoring Columnist who has been pulled in at short notice, who just so happens to be, Robbie Wynne. Hi Sports Fans, in what is a first for me, I have been given the honour of producing the write-up for the clash between Leicestershire Tennis and Squash [...]

November 17th, 2016|squash, Uncategorised|

The Wynne Sporting Times – Thursday, 3rd November 2016

Top Two go Toe-To-Toe as Tennis Club Triumph Top of the table clash sees big boys battle it out to determine Number 1 As we loiter between the close-knit festivals of Hallowe’en and Bonfire Night like hooded ne’er-do-wells outside a Newsagents, attention turned to Westernhay Road as second placed Leicestershire Tennis and Squash Club played host to the over-priced and out-of-the-way gymnasium-based league leaders, David Lloyd. With both sides enjoying prosperous starts to [...]

November 3rd, 2016|squash|

The Wynne Sporting Times – Thursday, 27th October 2016

Derby Day Delight for The Don’s Diamonds Close Neighbours, close encounters, close to top spot for LT&SC The final Wednesday of the month saw the high-flying Leicestershire Tennis and Squash Club Second Team make the short trip down the A6 to local rivals Leicester Squash to take on their third string in a hotly-anticipated local derby. Despite the close proximity of the two Clubs in terms of location, there is a veritable chasm [...]

October 27th, 2016|squash|

The Wynne Sporting Times – 21st October 2016 by Matt Williams

Leicestershire Tennis and Squash Club Seconds made the short trip to the famed sporting institution Loughborough University, for their first away fixture of the season against the Universities 3rd string. With team tactician and international playboy taking a well-earned mid-season break following 2 easy matches, Dan ‘The Professional’ Willets re-joined the quartet of tennis to squash converts.   Despite a combined age of 181 years compared with the students 94, the outfit were confident they [...]

October 21st, 2016|squash|

The Wynne Sporting Times – Thursday, 13th October 2016

Solid Seconds Secure Superb Start The middle week of the month, the middle day of the week But no middle of the road performance The 12th of October saw the Leicestershire Tennis and Squash Club second string play host to their counterparts from Hermitage Leisure in the Knighton-based outfit’s opening league fixture of the 2016 season. Buoyed by the inclusion of First Team Captain, Ollie Wood (43), and despite the fact Hermitage were [...]

October 13th, 2016|squash|