Welsh Wizards are now going Dutch in their Premier Squash League clash with Bexley in London on Friday.
They were forced into late team changes with Milou van der Heijden from Holland called in.
The World number 38 will play Kace Bartley in the women’s match, while the new-look Wizards line-up is Peter Creed, Edmon Lopez, Elliott Morris devoured and van der Heijd.
Wizards had initially turned to England’s Grace Gear as replacement for Tesni Evans, the Welsh player currently preparing for the Monaco Open final.
Caerphilly’s Peter Creed will play at number one, while Cardiff SRC player Elliott Morris devoured has been called up and former British Open champion David Evans has also been called up.
Egyptian Omar Mosaad and Rhyl-based Emyr Evans were both in the Wizards line-up, but are unavailable.
Bexley: Mazen Hesham, Josh Masters, Olli Tuominin, Bwrnat Jaume, Kace Bartley.
Wizards: Peter Creed, Edmon Lopez, Elliott Morris-devred, David Evans, Milou van Heijd.
Premier Squash League results this week:
The final round before the Christmas break saw Warwick/Kenilworth and Tradition@RAC maintain their positions at the top of the divisional tables.
In the Northern Division WarKens travelled to Newcastle and recorded a second successive five-nil win to increase their lead, taking four of the matches two games to one.
Pontefract returned to winning ways at home to Birmingham to put themselves into second place, while Nottingham, having takes a 3-0 lead over Bristol, had to settle for a 3-2 win to leave themselves in fourth place, behind Birmingham.
In the Southern Division leaders RAC recovered from losing the first match at Chichester to consolidate their position with a 4-1 advantage. Defending Champions St George’s Hill bounced back to winning ways with a 4-1 home win over Coolhurst to go second.
Round five concludes on Friday with Bexley v Welsh Wizards, and the second half of the season kicks off on 6th Jan with further dates still to be confirmed.
Northumberland Club/Newcastle Uni 0-5 Warwick/Kenilworth (4-13)
Piedro Schweertman 1-2 Mahesh Mangaonkar 10-12, 11-8, 5-11
Rory Stewart 1-2 Daniel Mekbib 11-7, 7-11, 5-11
Owain Taylor 1-2 Mark Fuller 11-7, 7-11, 5-11
Chris Wiggins 1-2 Nick Wall 5-11, 11-5, 7-11
Olivia Blatchford 0-2 Sarah-Jane Perry 6-11, 9-11
University of Nottingham 3-2 UWE/Elitesquash Bristol (11-5)
Richie Fallows 1-2 Tom Ford 13-11, 6-11, 11-13
Julian Tomlinson 1-2 Brian Byrne 6-11, 11-9, 8-11
Lewis Walters 2-0 James Peach 13-11, 11-2
Ollie Holland 2-1 Theis Houlberg 6-11, 11-5, 11-5
Hana Ramadan 2-0 Makgosi Peloakgosi 11-2, 11-4
Team Pontefract 3-2 University of Birmingham Lions (10-4)
James Willstrop 0-2 Joel Makin 8-11, 9-11
Harinderpal Sandhu 2-0 Jan vd Herrewegen 11-3, 12-10
Patrick Rooney 1-2 Jaymie Haycocks 8-11, 11-6, 7-11
Abhay Singh 2-0 Stuart Macgregor 11-7, 14-12
Hollie Naughton 2-0 Lucy Turmel 11-5, 11-5
Team Chichester 1-4 Tradition @ RAC (2-11)
Olli Pett 0-2 Daryl Selby 7-11, 6-11
Tim Vail 0-2 Ben Coleman 7-11, 7-11
Kyle Finch 0-2 Peter Barker 6-11, 9-11
Miles Jenkins 2-0 Peter Marshall 14-12, 11-5
Alison Thomson 0-2 Alison Waters 3-11, 4-11
Luxfords St George’s Hill 4-1 Coolhurst (11-4)
Carlos Cornes 0-2 Charles Sharpes 10-12, 10-12
Henrik Mustonen 2-0 Ondrej Uherka 11-4, 11-5
Robbie Temple 2-0 Vini Rodrigues 12-10, 11-7
Neil Cordell 2-1 Nick Mulvey 11-5, 8-11, 11-7
Jasmine Hutton 2-1 Katie Maliff 11-1, 7-11, 11-2
Friday, December 7: Bexley v Welsh Wizards