The first home match of the season is tomorrow when Dunnington take on Hallamshire 1 at the club. Matches start at 7,30pm.
Match report from last week's match
Dunnington title defence off to tense start
Dunnington began the defence of their Yorkshire Premier League squash crown with a dramatic win over Barnsley in Wednesday night’s opening round.
Both clubs were without several big-name stars – no Declan James or George Parker for the hosts or Chris Simpson for the visitors – but that didn’t affect the quality of entertainment for a packed crowd at the South Yorkshire club.
Matt Stephenson and Julian Tomlinson were victorious in straight games for the visitors from York while Josh Owen and Stuart MacGregor put wins on the board for Barnsley.
That meant it all came down to the top string game, which pitted 23-year-old home hope Miles Jenkins against the world No.77 Jan van den Herrewegen, winner of four PSA Tour titles. It was the Belgian who won it 11-9 in the deciding game, to wrap up a nerve-wracking 15-8 away victory.