29 Nov 2017
The 6th annual Simon Warder Memorial Pro Am Squash Tournament raised more than $47,000 this year.
The tournament, which took place at Huron Oaks, benefited the Bluewater Health prostate cancer clinic and St. Joseph’s Hospice.
Since it began, the event has raised $157,370 in memory of local squash player and referee Simon Warder, who died five years ago of prostate cancer.
The event is sanctioned by the Professional Squash Association and drew some top players from around the world.
For a full listing of the winners go to www.thesimonwarder.ca.
By Boye Oyerinde (NSF President)
The South West U17 tournament was concluded on Saturday in Abeokuta, Ogun state with results as follows:
Under 17 Girls
Oluwaseyi Oke (Ogun State) beat Ibidun Mejindade (Ogun State) 3 - 0
Under 17 Boys
Habeeb Mustapha (Ogun State) beat Mathew Jimoh (Lagos State) 3 - 0
Courtesy Visit to HE OBJ- Olusegun Obasanjo to discuss Squash with the members of the Royal Club of Egba.
Thanks to Justice Soremi.
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