Thurles Squash AGM held virtually

Noel Dundon

Reporter:

Noel Dundon

Email:

nd@tipperarystar.ie

Squash

All squash players are looking forward to getting back to the court

The deferred AGM was hosted over Zoom

Thurles squash club held it`s deferred AGM last week over Zoom.


A full comprehensive report from all our officers, and our men's and ladies captains were provided to all who were logged in.
Despite the turbulent year with Covid restrictions, the general consensus was the club is in a very strong position as we prepare for life after Covid.


The big plan now, while we are currently in lockdown, is a campaign to raise awareness of the benefits of playing squash, and to welcome back members who did not play last year, and to encourage new members to take up a sport which has been described as being the fastest and best fitness game in the world.


We also want to maintain and build our very strong juvenile club and continue to provide top class coaching to all the juveniles that play squash.


If anyone wants to find out more about Thurles Squash club, please check out our facebook page, and keep watching this slot for more news and information.


The meeting concluded with the election of officers and committee members for 2021;


Chairperson; Belinda Hogan
Vice Chair; Stella Ahearne
Secretary; Michelle Minihan.
P.R.O.; Kieran Slattery.
Child`s Officer; Anne Marie Murphy.
Men`s Capt; Conor Gleeson
Ladies Capt; Suzie Connors.
Juvenile Coach: Gerry Connaughton
Covid Officer; John Keane.
Court Maintenance; Denis Norris
Golf Club Liason officer; Mary Coman