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Saturday 27 February 2010 | Published in Regional

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Cook Islands Squash is looking forward to a very competitive business house competition with six teams already registered for the annual event.

The competition, to be played over two nights a week, will start on Monday and Tuesday March 7-8.

The competition, which will run for the next two months, is for teams of six players who will be stacked in order of skill to play against opponents of similar skill level.

Games will be played at the squash courts behind the St Joseph’s Catholic Cathedral in Avarua with prizes up for grabs for standout players and teams that make a top three placing.

There are spaces still available for more teams to enter the competition which guarantees heaps of fun, friendly competitive rivalry and a good sweat out!

If you and your workmates are keen to take part in the business house squash competition – register at the squash courts on 21056 or contact Marie Priest on 23677.