Ross-shire squash players lead Scotland to bronze medal
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Scotland’s national coach Paul Bell was full of praise for Ross-shire squash players Alan Clyne and Greg Lobban after their performances at the 2019 European Team Championships.
The pair led their country to a stunning bronze medal in Birmingham.
In the third place play-off match on Saturday, Scotland beat top seeds and defending champions France 3-0 to seal a podium finish at Edgbaston Priory Club.
Greg Lobban, ranked 30 in the world, first took on a familiar opponent in the form of world No.16, Gregoire Marche.
Lobban lost to Marche in the opening round of this year’s world championships.
But this time Lobban produced a brilliant performance to defeat the Frenchman in five games, 4-11 6-11 11-9 11-6 6-11.
Read more in today's North Star.
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