The Maples Senior Caribbean Squash Championships began at the South Sound Squash Club on Sunday and Cayman players did well to stay in the tournament and get past the first day.
The cream of the Caribbean’s best players are here and in the men’s individual competition only two Caymanians got through.
On Monday, Sean Murphy faced Julian Morrison of Jamaica and Cameron Stafford, the Caymanian pro, played Kale Wilson of Trinidad and Tobago.
In the women’s tournament, there were two matches on Monday pitting Cayman players against each other. Jackie Geils faced Eilidh Bridgeman and Claire Roscoe played Samantha Hennings.
The tournament runs until Sunday and the busiest person there is Mark Chaloner who is the main organizer. He is Cayman’s national coach and is playing in the team event as well. This is the biggest squash competition held in Cayman since the World Open three years ago.