The second tournament of the European Masters Circuit 2016 took place in Santiago de Compostela, Spain from 11-13 March.
The Squash Club Santiago welcomed 83 players from 12 countries – Egypt, England, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Wales. All results: http://www.europeansquash.com/sport/events.aspx?id=BF71995E-452A-4F69-A919-6F594933952D
ESF is proud to announce there are an amazing 40 teams entered over the U15 and U17 Championship this year which is the highest entry level for this tournement todate.
Good luck to the current champions, England, in retaining thier title and to all the other teams who have entered, it is set to be a great championship.