Warren Frost has claimed his sixth title after winning Horsham Squash Club’s A Grade championship.
The powerful player claimed the title from veteran Tony Nield who was an unfortunate withdrawal due to a family bereavement.
Club president Chris Warrick said the super-competitive Frost had earned his result with tough matches along the way.
“While it was disappointing for Tony that he couldn’t challenge for the final, nothing can be taken away from the champion,” Mr Warrick said.
“Warren had tough matches along the way but didn’t drop a set,” he said.
“His wins included defeating top Donald players Daryl Hollis and Julian Smith.”
Frost was happy to etch his name on the trophy once more after losing the title last year to young gun Hayden McDonald.
Agile Marcus Williamson also turned the tables from the 2017 final, to win the B Grade championship, defeating veteran Don Perry in five sets. It was Williamson’s first title win.
Club newcomers Chris Versteegen and Jason Hay fought out the C Grade final with Versteegen claiming the points.
Mr Warrick said the championships were strongly contested with player numbers on the rise in recent years.
Horsham Squash Club will host a Fast Fours ‘Come and Try’ night on January 23, from 7pm, before kicking off the summer competition for 2019. Newcomers are welcome to this free event.