The Memorial Centre, East Common, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, SL9 7AD
|Gerrards Cross Squash Club|
|Club Champion||T Loran||S Hefferman|
|Summer Handicap Champion||Z Minhas||M Lilley|
|Winter Handicap Champion||S Hanover||R Patrick|
|Summer Handicap Plate||J Jirgens||R Gulati|
|Winter Handicap Plate||D Scott||D Sledge|
|Veterans' Champion||S Hefferman||R Fisher|
|Vintage Champion||C Hockin||R Gulati|
|Ladies' Champion||P Bagg||N Singh|
|Men's Plate||N Webb||G Fowler|
|Winter Racketball tournament||A Kemps||R Crosbie|
|Winter Points Champion||S Free||R Goldsmith|
|Summer Racketball tournament||R Gulati||R Crosbie|
Zaif Minhas won the 2016 Rob Milliner Summer Handicap Tournament by beating Mark Lilley by the magic golden point in a terrific final on Sunday 2 October.
Zaif, who recently returned to the club after a brief time away, started on 80 whilst Mark, a previous winner of the Plate in this competition started on 70. The rallies were close throughout with the early exchanges shared between the pair which favoured Zaif who reached 90 whilst Mark was still in the late 70s.
After the first break, a concerted effort by Mark saw him score something like 10 unanswered points which allowed him to almost draw level before Zaif troubled the scorer once more.
Following the second break, Mark took the lead for the first time and at that point looked favourite to take the title but Zaif battled back once more to tie the scores on 99 and set up the deciding point which gave the spoils to him.
James Jirgens won the Plate competition in the 2016 Rob Milliner Summer Handicap Tournament by beating Rakesh Gulati in the final on Sunday 2 October. Starting level on 75 all, James got off to a good start by taking the first few points before Rakesh recovered and made the most of the central passage of play and looked to have a commanding lead as the scores entered the 90s. James managed to pull his game back together, however and finished strongly to take the match 100 - 97.
Earlier in the evening, Rakesh had won the first Summer Racketball Tournament by beating Richard Crosbie 3 - 1 in the final.
Pauline Bagg won the final of the Gerrards Cross Squash Club Ladies' Tournament on Sunday 21 March to become the first Ladies' Champion since 2009 beating Nina Singh in the process. The 9 - 5, 9 - 1, 9 - 1 scoreline tells the tale of the match where, after a relatively close first game, Nina was unable to sufficiently trouble Pauline for the remainder of the match. There were plenty of well contested rallies but Nina gave Pauline a little too much room to play and so she collected most of the points.
Well done to both finalists, congratulations to Pauline and comiserations to Nina and here's hoping we don't have to wait aanother 6 years for the next Ladies Champion to be crowned.