Squash: Nuffield St Albans win Harry Faulkner Memorial Trophy

PUBLISHED: 09:31 24 February 2014 | UPDATED: 09:31 24 February 2014

Nuffiled St Albans squash team with the Harry Faulkner Memorial Trophy.

Nuffiled St Albans squash team with the Harry Faulkner Memorial Trophy.


Nuffield St Albans squash team Berkhamsted to put pressure on Broxbourne for the Herts Division One title.

The match served as a memorial game for Harry Faulker, who died after the corresponding fixture last season at the age of 18. Since his death his parents have raised nearly £10,00 for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY).

Scores of people attended the game, which went down the last match-up as Nuffield’s Adam Auckland beat Angus Gillams, the U19 Bristish Champion, to complete a 3-2 victory.

The other results were: Ondrej Uherka lost 3-0; Will John lost 3-0; Arthur Moineau won 3-0; Jack Fowler won 3-0.

Two days later Nuffield were in the semi-final of the Herts Squash Cup against Luton and Dunstable. With a team made up of squad players, Nuffield kept their hopes of a League and Cup double alive with a 5-0 win.

The results were: Auckland won 3-0; Fowler won 3-1; Björn Angtoft won 3-0; Jesper Skarman won 3-0; Tom James won 3-0.

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