Marwan ElShorbagy is in the Welsh Wizards team - and will face his older brother Mohamed, who is number one for St George's. Pic: Getty Images.

Welsh Wizards Call Out RAC For Premier Squash Clash

Welsh Wizards are calling out the RAC, but there doesn’t appear to be any fear of a breakdown.

And Wizards’ Premier Squash League clash in Cardiff next month looks certain to be a cracker.

Tesni Evans and her fellow Wizards powered to a 4-1 in at Coolhurst and set up a massive match against Tradition@RAC on Tuesday, February 5.

Title-chasing Wizards have completed the double against London-based Coolhurst and now stand two point behind group leaders RAC.

Elliott Morris Devred greets a sell-out attendance at Sport Wales National Centre. There are only around 40 tickets left for Wizards top of the table clash with Tradition@RAC on Tuesday, February 5.

Perhaps the most exciting factor about RAC’s visit to the Sport Wales National Centre in Cardiff is that former World number three Marwan ElShorbagy is in line to make his debut got the Welsh team.

Egyptian ace ElShorbagy, the brother of World number one Mohammed, has been unavailable so far this season because of family issues and also missed a number of tournaments.

Now, though, Marwan is back competing at the highest level and is available for the Wizards.

Their winners at Coolhurst were Spanish player Edmon Lopez plus Emyr Evans, Elliott Morris-Devred and Tesni Evans.

Results (Coolhurst players first): Adrian Waller beat Peter Creed 11-9, 11-5; Ondrej Uherka lost to Edmon Lopez 6-11, 5-11; Joe Green lost to Emyr Evans 8-11, 11-9, 5-11; Lewis Anderson lost to Elliott Morris-Devred 7-11, 0-11; Margot Prow lost to Tesni Evans 5-11, 4-11.

PSL fixtures on Tuesday, February 5: Warwick and Kenilworth v Bristol; Pontefract v Nottingham; Newcastle v Birmingham; Welsh Wizards v Tradition@RAC; St George’s v Chichester; Bexley v Coolhurst.

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