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Air IT Nottingham v Everards Leicester - 19.04.16

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Seat Reservation

You will be allocated seats at random unless you reserve it through the Fantasy Squash office. 

You will then be sent an E-Ticket via email which can be printed as a paper copy or shown on a smart phone/tablet. Following the presentation of this you will be given a wristband that will ensure your entry.

Seat reservation is based on a first come first served basis.

How To Reserve 

As all operations are being run from the Fantasy Squash Office you will need to call Mark Fuller on 07846067505 and ask to reserve your seat for the Nottingham PSL night. This should be done as soon as you have purchased your ticket(s), in order that we can send you the correct E-Ticket. 

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The Premier Squash League (PSL) is one of the world's most prestigious squash leagues, and Nottingham Squash Club is lucky enough to host one of league's most accomplished teams. 

A disappointing end to last season saw Air IT Nottingham come devastatingly close to place in the playoffs; and with this fresh in the mind, the Air IT Nottingham team are hoping for redemption, and a return to the playoffs after a four year exodus. 

The final home match of the PSL season sees Nottingham host Everards Leicester on the 19th of April. Despite winning 3-2 away, Air IT Nottingham's play-off dreams were crushed by a strong Leicester side at the end of the 2014/15 season. Nottingham are now looking for revenge and are hoping for a win in their final match at 'Fortress Nottingham'. 

A likely Leicester team could include World #17 Daryl Selby, World #33 Nafiizwan Adnan, World #45 Shaun le Roux, World #64 Ben Coleman and former World #18 Emily Whitlock

A likely Nottingham team could include World #28 Alan Clyne, World #53 Eddie Charlton, World #117 Chris Fuller, World #142 Mark Fuller and World #11 Emma Beddoes.

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