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That feeling when you lose a World Masters semifinal!
Me and Frikkie Bester, Charlottesville VA, Aug 3rd 2018

Victorious England o-70 (new frontier) squash team in the home internationals, May 4th-5th, 2018, Dublin
Barry Featherstone, ALW, Martin Pearse, Martin Day, Jack Halford, Rod Boswell

Victorious England o-65 squash team in the home internationals, April 28th-29th, 2017, Dublin
ALW, Ian Graham, Phil Godfrey, Terry Belshaw, John Hithersay, Neil Nightingale, Peter Smith

Sports thrill of my life, February 15th 2015, National Champion, having beaten Northumberland's Derek Collins 3-9, 9-6, 9-3, 9-6 in the final
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Victorious England o-65 squash team in the home internationals, May 2nd-3rd, 2014, Nottingham
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Barry Featherstone, Tony Wheeler, Larry Grover, ALW, Martin Pearse, Chris Goodbourn

Victorious England o-65 squash team in the home internationals, May 3rd-4th, 2013, Dublin
ALW, Chris Goodbourn, Martin Pearse, Geoff Howes, Rod Boswell, Barry Featherstone

Victorious England o-60 squash team in the home internationals, April 22nd-23rd 2011, Cardiff
Martin Pearse, Allen Brown, ALW, Larry Grover, Phil Godfrey, Keith Jones

On a more gentle note, MCC Vets squash team, winner of the Bath Cup for five consecutive years, 2006-7, 2007-8, 2008-9, 2009-10 and, in spite of the accumulated thirty years extra baggage, 2010-11; and then, amazingly, 2012-13VetsChamps0607.JPG
ALW, Peter Cattrall, Ian Hodgson, Jonathan Potter, Hamish Porter, Charles Fuente

Fellow author, squash champion James Willstrop, and me with our respective books - which is the fiction!

Hair today, gone tomorrow; how did our feet ever survive in those Green Flashes! The photographer is the seated fellow on the left with a remote control in his hand, and I recognise the feline figure of John LeLievre among the spectators.
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Once upon a time I used to hit the ball in the middle of the racquet. I think this was taken in Coffs Harbour, several hundred miles North of Sydney, in 1970. We used to drive up there for long-weekend tournaments.

Unbeaten Canadian tour, July 1979: Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver
Joe Richardson, Nick Drysdale, ALW, Warwick Sabey, Andi Lusty, dig those shorts