a Bridge too Far for Gala

Bridge of Allan 3 18-1 Gala


Ruaridh Kohler 0-3 Kyle Penman

Teenage Prodigy Penman didn’t put a foot wrong in this match. Fresh from the East under-15 championships, Penman was eager to kick on and play in the Open Leagues.

Ruaridh Kohler was no match fro the youngster as Kyle was so accurate in al his shots and Ruaridh just couldn’t find a way past.

The Third game represented Kohlers best game as he found the back corners more consistently which seemed to be Penmans Only weak spot. But the Bridge of Allan Youth took it 15-2, 15-4, 15-11.


John Sharratt 1-3 Josh Spinks

John got a Consolation point for Gala in this tie, again it was Youth v Experience and the fitness and stamina won out as although it started a good close game for the first two games 15-7, 14-16; John just couldn’t stay the pace and Josh won 15-4, 15-1.


Del Sharratt 0-3 Ross Waddell

This was one of the more evenly matched games, some of the rallies were long and fast but Ross Waddell proved to good and Skillful for Del Sharratt and took it 15-9, 15-6, 15-6


Amir Hosny 0-3 Ben Orr

Amir Hosny showed his dedication to Gala as he’d just played for Glasgow Uni earlier in the day in the University Championships. This started a GREEAATT match and both players were playing long tight shots. This was tight all the way through thee first game and Orr just sneaked it in a close 17-15. But that was it for the Gala Man as he just ran out of steam and Ben Orr completed his victory with 15-4 and 15-6, although Hosny fought valiantly his fourth match of the day was just one too many.


Graham Bensted 0-3 Robbie Harper

Robbie just refused to miss anything, even though Bensted bossed the rallies from the T-Line, Harper was equal to anything Bensted threw at him and took it 15-4, 15-2, 15-2.


Bridge of Allan showed why they were top of the league tonight, what an amazing display of squash, most of there team were teen agers and the standard is top drawer.