British champion and World number 10 Tesni Evans.

Wizards Aim For Squash Magic In Welsh Nationals

Three Wizards have powered into finals at the Karakal Welsh National Squash Championships in Cardiff.

Peter Creed plays Emyr Evans in the men’s A event, while World number 10 Tesni Evans takes on Barry’s Deon Saffery in the women’s A final, both at the Sport Wales National Centre.

Favourite Creed plus Emyr and Tesni, who are brother and sister, all play for Welsh Wizards in the Premier Squash League.

Caerphilly-born Creed, ranked number 62 in the World, won 11-8, 11-4, 8-11, 11-5 against Owain Taylor in his semi-final, while Emyr defeated fellow Wizard Elliott Morris Devred 7-11, 11-5, 11-6, 11-4.

The men’s final starts at 2.15pm this afternoon.

Tesni, who lives in North Wales, won 11-3, 11-5, 11-4 against Elin Harlow and Saffrey came out on top in a four game semi-final against Stacey Gooding 9-11, 11-7, 11-2, 11-4.

Wizards are chasing a play-off spot and, with two groups fixtures left, have a crucial match against leaders St George’s Hill on Tuesday. 

World number 10 from Egypt flies in to play for Wizards – and he will line-up against his brother Mohamed, who is number two in the rankings behind Ali Farag.

In the women’s match British champion Tesni Evans could clash with New Zealand’s Joelle King, who is World number five.

Premier Squash League

Southern Division

Tuesday, March 19

Luxfords St George’s Hill  v Welsh Wizards

Mohamed ElShorbagy v Marwan ElShorbagy

Tom Richards v Peter Creed

Borja Golan v Elliott Morris Devred

Robbie Temple/Carlos Cornes v tbc

Joelle King/Jasmine Hutton v Tesni Evans

Remaining PSL group fixtures: Round nine:


Tuesday 19: Pontefract v WarKens, St George’s v Welsh Wizards, Nottingham v Birmingham, Chichester v Coolshurst.

Friday 22: Newcastle v Bristol, Bexley v Tradition@RAC.

Round 10:


Tuesday 2: WarKens v Newcastle, Tradition@RAC v Chichester, Bristol v Nottingham, Birmingham v Pontefract, Welsh Wizards v Bexley.

Friday 5: Coolshurst v St George’s.

Play-Off semi-finals to be played week commencing May 6, while the final will be at St George’s on Saturday, June 1.

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