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Your Chance to Win 
A pair of Sorbothane Full Strike Shock Stoppers

10 pairs of Sorbothane Shock Stoppers to be won

ďSorbothaneģ insoles help limit the trauma caused to the body during exercise, including back problems, joint pain, tendonitis, fatigue fractures and knee pain. They also help prevent the recurrence of old injuries, offering unrivalled comfort.Ē


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A
nswer our
3 questions
and submit your answer to enter


Closing Date:
1 October 2016
Winnersí draw:
1 October 2016

 

RULES COMPETITION

Answer the three questions below correctly to have
a chance of winning

A Pair of Sorbothane
Full Strike Shock Stoppers

10 pairs of Sorbothane Shock Stoppers to be won
 


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COMPETITION CLOSED

Winners
Aubrey Waddy, Bucks
Mike Neville, County Durham
Nathan Mattick, Dorset
Malcolm Young, Leicestershire
Denis Bathurst, London
Michael Peake, Oxfordshire
Roger Snape, Cheshire
Tony Brown, London
Matthew Nankivell, Cambs
Liz Edge, Greater Manchester


Winnersí draw: 1 October 2016

Answers can be found on squashplayer.co.uk.

Answer questions below correctly and click Submit button

Correct answers marked in RED below

Q.1. Player A lob-serves. The ball goes high and bounces on top of the glass back wall and back into the court. There is no markerís call, but Player B stops while a surprised Player A is ready to continue.
What is the refereeís decision?

 Let
 Fault
 
Out
Point to A

Q.2. A player runs for a difficult ball and just gets her racket under it before it bounces twice. She gets it onto the front wall, drags the ball slightly on the racket, but doesnít hit it twice.
What is the markerís call?
 Down
 
Not up
 Carried
There is no call (good ball)

Q.3. At this yearís Canary Wharf Classic a single official was used to officiate. At one stage a player appealed a markerís call from the single official, but was told there was no appeal.
What do the rules say?

 
A single official can consider an appeal on their own call
 A single official cannot consider an appeal on their own call
The officialís decision is final and cannot be changed
 

COMPETITION CLOSED

Winners
Aubrey Waddy, Bucks
Mike Neville, County Durham
Nathan Mattick, Dorset
Malcolm Young, Leicestershire
Denis Bathurst, London
Michael Peake, Oxfordshire
Roger Snape, Cheshire
Tony Brown, London
Matthew Nankivell, Cambs
Liz Edge, Greater Manchester


Winnersí draw: 1 October 2016