Savills Squash Tournament 2017

Savills Squash Tournament 2018

Welcome to the Savills Squash Tournament 2018. Teams can enter the 43rd annual property squash tournament through emailing Squash@Savills.com.

With the addition of knockout quarter and semi-final rounds, and the much anticipated return of tournament legend Freddie Corlett, the 2018 Savills Property Squash Tournament is one of the most anticipated tournaments to date!

Group stages are set to commence in January 2018, with the finals night held at the RAC on 25th April 2018.

A summary of the 2017 Trophy and Plate finals can be found below:

 
Savills Squash Tournament 2017 Winners

 

Trophy:

The bets were in and drinks poured when two fine squash specimens in George Harper of CBRE and Alex Browning of JLL stepped on court. Ears pricked and legs warm, both were perfectly prepared for the battle to come. First blood went to CBRE, who were out to spoil the party and deny JLL a 3rd trophy in 3 years. George Harper stormed to an emphatic 3-0 win despite Alex showing spells of excellence, pushing George to produce his best squash of the tournament.

On to the next. Connors vs King. Finals veteran vs debutant. Connors was confident, and rightfully so having dispatched his two semi finalists emphatically. King, however, put in a regal performance that saw CBRE seal the trophy after two matches. King crowned king of the court with a 3-0 win.

This left Sweeney vs Holmes. A dead rubber, turned match of the tournament. Sweeney raced to an early lead in the 1st, and was gliding elegantly around the court. Spectators drooled over such magisterial form, and drew comparisons to Peggy Flemming’s performance on the rink in Grenoble in ’68. Sweeney’s early lead in the first put Holmes on the back foot, however he soon turned the screw, fighting back to win the first and eventually clinching the win, 3-2 the score.

Well done to the JLL team, excellent run to the final. Congratulations to CBRE who taste silver again having won the Plate last year.

 

Plate:

Meanwhile in the plate, HDH and CJ had rallied their respective troops on court 2. The stands were full and extremely vocal. On first was David Harper, who looked comfortable on home turf, against Seb Denby who was raring to go having heard his faithful fans chanting his name from the balcony. A 3-1 win put Carter Jonas in pole position, due to a confident and energetic performance from Seb.

Toby Smith looked to get one back to for HDH. But he faced a strong opponent in Tim Brooksbank, a wise head on wiser legs, who produced a breath-taking performance, sealing the Plate victory for CJ in another 3-1 win.

David Hume set out to restore some pride for the HDH faithful. Ed Westmacott however produced a flawless performance. Whilst David pushed Ed in every game, Ed came away with the 3-0 win.

Congratulations to Carter Jonas who get their name on the Plate for the first time. Sterling effort from HDH for getting to the final.

 
 
 
 

Key contacts

Richard Winter

Richard Winter

Head of Surrey, Berkshire and West Sussex
Residential

Savills Esher

+44 (0) 7967 555 540

+44 (0) 7967 555 540

 

Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore

Graduate Surveyor
London Residential Development

Savills Margaret Street

+44 (0) 207 409 8031

+44 (0) 207 409 8031

 

Savills Squash Tournament 2018

 
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