ASH supports squash

Appleby Spurling Hunter has confirmed its commitment to supporting squash in the Cayman Islands by agreeing to sponsor:

The grand re-opening of the South Sound Squash Club taking place June 4.

The Cayman Island’s National team competing at the Junior Caribbean Squash Championships. This event, taking place July 21 to 31, is to be held in Trinidad & Tobago.

The Cayman Island’s National team competing at the Senior Caribbean Squash Championships. This event, taking place August 6 to 13, is to be held in Bermuda.

‘When approached by Dean Watson, South Sound Squash Club Manager and National Team Coach, the firm had no hesitation in agreeing to continue its association with the game. We are delighted to be supporting the game at the grass roots here in Cayman as well as enabling our top athletes to compete at the highest level on the international stage,’ said Appleby’s Marketing Manager, Matt Duggan.

‘We look forward to celebrating the re-opening of South Sound Squash Club and wish all of those representing the Cayman Islands in the Junior and Senior Caribbean Championships every success,’ said Appleby’s Managing Partner, Mr Huw Moses.

‘Appleby’s assistance over the last two years has been amazing. It has enabled us to produce outstanding events, implement new programmes, and raise the profile of Cayman squash to a new level. It has also provided meeting facilities, court sponsorship and most importantly, much needed office space and resources while the club is being rebuilt. We can’t thank Appleby’s enough for their continued support,’ Mr. Watson said.