World’s best here for Open

Cayman Islands National Squash
Association made a range of exciting announcement yesterday at a press
conference at Camana Bay. Working with sponsors and government, the squash
association detailed how the Cayman Squash Open will grow and provide more help
for junior squash.

World No1

For the 2011 Cayman Open the
attendees already include the top 20 female players in the world, including the
current world No1, world champion and Commonwealth Games gold medallist. CINSA
was able to announce that the current men’s world No1 and world champion, Ramy
Ashour from Egypt has confirmed his attendance at the 2011 Cayman Open which
will run from 3-9 April.

World Open

CINSA was able to confirm that the
2012 World Open will be played in Cayman from 1-8 December, again hosted at Camana
Bay.

Nikki Callender, senior events
manager at Camana Bay said: “As the home of the Cayman Squash Open, Camana Bay
is excited to see this world class event go from strength to strength, not only
through the calibre of the international players competing but also with the
benefits and opportunities it affords the youth of Cayman.”

Junior programme

Working with Government and valued
sponsors CINSA announced how the junior program was growing and allowing for
more juniors. Jeff Broderick, director of the squash association, said: “We
have used the Cayman Open as a funding and promotion tool to increase our
junior programme. This has allowed us to hire a full time junior squash coach
and greatly increase the number of juniors that get squash coaching.”

The junior squash programme offers
free school and after school programmes and heavily subsidised intermediate and
elite coaching.

* CINSA are currently taking school
and after school bookings and have their Saturday junior programme starting
tomorrow.

* More information: [email protected]
or www.cinsa.ky

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