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Munlochy squash player Alan Clyne becomes Scottish champion for 10th time


By Will Clark


Alan Clyne has become Scottish champion for the 10th time after winning the final at the national championship in Edinburgh.

Alan Clyne has become Scottish champion for a 10th time.
Alan Clyne has become Scottish champion for a 10th time.

The 33-year-old won his seventh consecutive title and 10th overall defeating Perth's Rory Stewart 11-5, 11-7, 11-7 in the final.

Chris Leiper from Aberdeen won bronze defeating Jamie Henderson from Thurso in the third place play-off.

The former Fortrose Academy pupil, who played at Inverness Squash Club, is based in Edinburgh and is ranked 39th in the world.

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