Angus tests himself against squash superstar Ramy Ashour

Ramy Ashour and Angus Gillams
Ramy Ashour and Angus Gillams

Berkhamsted Lawn Tennis & Squash Rackets Club hosted World Number 4 player Ramy Ashour in a small exhibition game to raise money for charity.

The event supported the CRY charity, and in particular Harry’s Fund, raising more than £1,000.

Nicknamed ‘The Artist’ Ramy become the youngest World Ranked No 1 in more than 30 years back in 2009 and has twice been world champion.

He has won a total of 32 PSA titles, but only narrowly beat Berkhamsted’s own future star Angus Gillams.

The evening was kick-started by a cracking game between Joe Green and Ondrej Uherka who is one of Nuffield St Albans’ top young players.

It was a highly competitive and close fought match between two rising talents.

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