Line-up revealed ahead of PSL Final in Manchester
Ten teams began now just two remain, only one can take home the trophy… it all comes down to this.
The first PSL Final showpiece in Manchester will feature three World top 15 ranked players in the form of Emily Whitlock, England’s Daryl Selby and three-time World and British Open champion Nick Matthew as Leicester and Nottingham go head-to-head for the iconic title.
Rally your club mates and come to the National Squash Centre to see squash of the highest order. Tickets are on sale now for as little as £10, with children’s tickets half price. This is the first year the final has been held as a standalone event and we want you there cheering every rally, creating the best atmosphere for every point.
Nine-time British National champion Matthew and World No.12 Selby will renew their rivalry in their headline match on the all-glass court after World No.27 Millie Tomlinson takes on British Open quarter-finalist Emily Whitlock in the women’s tie, with both teams gunning to win their first PSL title.
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MB Nottingham University will also be represented by rising star Declan James, who sits at No.35 in the world at just 24 years of age, England Academy player Richie Fallows and Cheshire’s Adam Murrills. Leicester local George Parker – another England Academy student – and Mark Fuller complete the Everards Leicester line-up.
Declan James comes into the tournament in a rich vein of form having won the Irish Open and Tring Open in the last two months and having made his senior international debut for England at the European Team Championships in Helsinki, where we finished as runners-up. He will take on his fellow England Academy player George Parker as their club’s respective second strings. World No.85 Adam Murrills takes on 37-year-old veteran Darren Lewis at fourth string in another intriguing match, with Richie Fallows and Mark Fuller representing their teams at third string.
Gregg Cropper, Competitions and Events Manager at England Squash, said: “The PSL is the biggest club team event of the year and it is fitting that the final will be held here at the National Squash Centre. There should be a great atmosphere around the glass, with Nick Matthew and Daryl Selby both keen to put on a good show and help their teams win the trophy. We hope to see as many people there as possible to support the players.”
There is certain to contain plenty of drama and entertainment. Don’t miss out on the biggest night of team squash this year, book your seats now!