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  1. #41

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    Jun 2011
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    Sha Tin
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    Hey all,

    I recently came back to HK and am looking for some squash buddies to play with. I am an intermediate level player (I think) and live in the Sha Tin region.

    Will


  2. #42

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    May 2011
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    Hey guys,

    I just moved to HK and am looking for intermediate squash partners. I haven't played in a couple of years so I'm going to be a little rusty... I live in the mid-levels and work in central so any squash court around should work. Evenings and weekends would be best times for me.

    Best,

    Dudely


  3. #43

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    Hey Dudely,

    I can play with you. My email is [email protected]. Is there a way to get to midlands via MTR (I really have no clue where anything is yet). I am probably free next weekend.

    Cheers,

    Will

    Quote Originally Posted by dudely:
    Hey guys,

    I just moved to HK and am looking for intermediate squash partners. I haven't played in a couple of years so I'm going to be a little rusty... I live in the mid-levels and work in central so any squash court around should work. Evenings and weekends would be best times for me.

    Best,

    Dudely

  4. #44

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    Nov 2010
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    Dudely,

    I'm keen, email me on [email protected] and we can arrange.

    Cheers,

    Rob


  5. #45

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    Quote Originally Posted by willsta007:
    Hey Dudely,

    I can play with you. My email is [email protected]. Is there a way to get to midlands via MTR (I really have no clue where anything is yet). I am probably free next weekend.

    Cheers,

    Will

    You REALLY need to buy a map!
    I assume "midlands" is Mid Levels - no, no MTR but plenty of buses. Although unless you have access to a squash-court at home (perfectly possible) I would assume you are going to play somewhere like the HQ Squash Centre on Cotton Tree Drive (closest MTR Admiralty plus a brisk 10 min walk uphill).

  6. #46

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    Quote Originally Posted by MovingIn07:

    You REALLY need to buy a map!
    I assume "midlands" is Mid Levels - no, no MTR but plenty of buses. Although unless you have access to a squash-court at home (perfectly possible) I would assume you are going to play somewhere like the HQ Squash Centre on Cotton Tree Drive (closest MTR Admiralty plus a brisk 10 min walk uphill).
    Thanks, Rob and Will. I've sent you emails to coordinate. MovingIn07 - I cant tell from the HQ squash centre website as to how to book a court. Do you know the process involved? Is it easy getting a court on weekends?

    Thanks!

  7. #47

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    Here http://w2.leisurelink.lcsd.gov.hk/in...EFAF7CC22A4D44

    It's the government website to book sport facility for all government sport center.


  8. #48

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    Beuze provided the link - it's technically easy; in practise certain times of day (like evenings after 6pm) can be very difficult. You have to jump onto the site quickly.


  9. #49

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    May 2011
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    Hey everyone,

    I hope this thread is still alive. I used to play squash as a kid and became quite competitive. I have since started up playing again at pretty decent level ( still rusty but i definitely know the ropes ) , and i would love a partner who is atleast intermediate level, who can play in the wan chai area....thats where i currently live.

    Cheers
    Nick


  10. #50

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    Jun 2011
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    Hong Kong
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    Rusty intermediate

    Hi there,

    I have just moved to HK and hoping to take up squash again. I live in the mid-levels and work in Admiralty so hoping to play at the Hong Kong Squash Centre, 19 Cotton Tree Drive, Central. It is pretty easy to book online - HK$27 per half hour.

    I used to play casually when a student (some 10 years ago...) but have not played since so will be rusty. But am fit so hope to pick up quickly.

    Anyone keen for a game?


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