Jamaica to Send Top Players to World Men’s Team Squash Championships

The Jamaica Squash Association (JSA) plans to send a team of the island’s best players to the World Men’s Team Squash Championships in Marseilles, France. The competition is scheduled for November 27, 2017, to December 3, 2017. The tournament has attracted teams from 28 countries around the world, including the United States, India, Australia, Germany, Egypt, and England. Jamaica will be one of the first-time competitors at the prestigious meet, along with Iraq and Israel. According to the JSA, the team is likely to comprise the country’s top male players, including Chris Binnie, seven-time Jamaican and Caribbean Champion, who is expected to head the team. Binnie is an experienced player who has competed on the Professional Squash Association’s tour for over three years. The team is also likely to include Lewis Walters, Jamaica and Caribbean the Number Two. Other players expected to be on the squad include Julian Morrison, former Jamaican and regional Junior Champion, and Bruce Burrowes, local Number Three, who is known to be an inspirational competitor.

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