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Coaching at the Wykeham Squash Club

The Wykeham Club has two Level 2 coaches: and one Level 1 coach:

Coach Profiles

Richard Atkinson

Richard has played squash for the past 37 years; firstly for his school Elizabeth College in Guernsey, and then in England for Southampton University, Fair Oak, Winchester and now Wykeham. He began coaching at the Winchester Tennis and Squash Club and then moved to the new facilities at the Wykeham Club predominately to coach the Wichester College Juniors.

He has had coaching from Mohammed Amin, Mo Yasin and Bryce Taylor, and it was Bryce who proved how inspirational a coach can be and how he can really imrove any player's game.

He really enjoys the ambience of the Wykeham Club and finds the work with all the Club and College Juniors to be fantastic fun.

Email Richard at richard@stringing.freeserve.co.uk

 

Alex Woodcock

Alex is 17 years old and has played squash from the age of 3. He has always lived in Winchester and was coached originally by Richard when very young, and then by Ashley Read (who is now in America).

He played on the Junior Circuit for a few years and was nationally ranked at Under-13 and Under-15, before having a rest for a couple of years. He came back to the game to play for Wykeham and has qualified as a Level 2 Coach. He plays for the Club's First Team and is an inspiration to the Juniors.

Alex also represents Peter Symonds College at rugby.

Email Alex at alex.woodcock@hotmail.com

 

 

Andrew Kettlewell

Andrew is a MiniSquash coach and inspires the 4 - 18 year-olds. He started playing squash at the Lee-on-Solent Club 15 years ago and has played for Junior and Senior sides ever since. Most recent successes include winning both the Division 5 Hampshire League and Cup while playing for River Park.

Andy has just become a father (well done!!) and when not at home he runs, cycles and plays squash.

Email Andy at doonandy@tiscali.co.uk

 

 

 

 

For a link to the Hampshire Squash Rackets Association Coaching page, click here.