Can squash master match his skills at table tennis?
SQUASH: World squash couple Cameron Pilley and Line Hansen will be available for a hit during tonight's Wednesday round robin competition at Yamba Squash Centre.
Pilley, 34, has enjoyed a renaissance on the PSA World Tour, finishing 2016 ranked 12.
His Danish wife, Hansen, is currently the 27th ranked woman in the world and is ready to challenge any of Yamba Squash Club's male players tonight.
This will be their last week in Yamba before they head off to New York for the Tournament of Champions to be held in all glass courts at Grand Central Station from January 12 to 19.
Pilley attended last Wednesday's round robins to enjoy a hit. But the night was not just about squash, with table tennis taking centre stage. Barry Serjeant put the challenge out and Ryan Brown took him up. Barry looked in control at 2-0 up, but then Ryan made a comeback to clean Barry up in the next three.
Come in for a hit, run off the Christmas cheer and work up a thirst. Games begin 6pm and players of all levels are welcome.
Again there will be a table tennis challenge after the squash with prizes on offer. It will be interesting to see if Pilley can play table tennis as well as he can play squash. This could be the opportunity to get one up on a champion. Barry Serjeant has been studying new ways to serve it up and reckons he's all but perfected the serve.
It's sure to be a fun night for all and a good way to bring in the new year.
Yamba Squash Centre will be open for bookings of minimum one hour. Please phone 6646 2237.