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Squash: 10 countries in a race for the European team Cup in Poland.

Squash representations from 10 European countries will meet next week from
1st till 3rd October in the city of Poznan. The teams will compete for the
European team championship within the 7th European Nations Challenge Cup
(ENCC).

During the 3 days of the tournament, 21 three-people teams, including 13 male


and 8 female groups will be competing on the courts. The national teams will among
others represent the following countries: Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Croatia, Russia,
Ukraine, Malta, Cyprus, Isle of Man and Gibraltar.

- It’s going to be an interesting competition. The Polish team will have to face the
Maltese representation, which is the favorite in the whole tournament – says Adam
Michańków from the Polish Squash Federation organizing the ENCC 2009 tournament.

Poland is represented by 2 male and 1 female team. The first male team includes the
current Champion of Poland - Wojtek Nowisz, as well as Marcin Kozik, Marcin
Karwowski and Kamil Dominiak. The second team includes Łukasz Nitka, Maciej
Maciantowicz, Paweł Szostek and Tomasz Abramowski. The female team is headed by
the current Polish Champion Anna Jurkun, who will be supported by Anna Sikorska
and Magdalena Knapik. Although the representations make up the top rankings of the
Polish Squash Federation, the fight will not be easy. Bradley Hindle – a player coming
from Australia, but representing Malta is among those, who confirmed their participation
in the European Nations Challenge Cup. Hindle is definitely the best player in the
tournament. His successes include international professional tournaments organized by
the Professional Squash Association. His latest victory took place in the Dutch
tournament Meersquash Heroes Open 2009. This was his second triumph in a PSA event.

Players list:

I. Male:
1. Croatia:
 Filip Madjarić
 Vedran Ńvonja
 Srđan Maksimović
 Petar Galeković
 Vedran Rezic
 Gerhard Hager
2. Cyprus:
 Panos Hadjiphilippou
 Nasos Karasavas
 Marios Yiannou
 Andreas Koufettas
3. Estonia:
 Paul Piik
 Pavo Piik
 Kristjan Pettai
 Jaanus Pettai
4. Gibraltar:
 Anthony Brindle
 Stephen Shacaluga
 Christian Navas
 Nicholas Deharo
 Mark Tewkesbury
 Carl Gomez
 Colin Davis
 Justin Chipolina
5. Latvia:
 Alex Pavulans
 Arnis Tihvinskis
 Kaspars Purgailis
 Margers Zeitmanis
6. Malta:
 Ivan Balzan
 Mark Lupi
 Brad Hindle
 Carl Camilleri
7. Poland:
 Wojciech Nowisz
 Marcin Kozik
 Marcin Karwowski
 Kamil Dominiak
 Łukasz Nitka
 Maciej Maciantowicz
 Paweł Szostek
 Tomasz Abramowski
8. Ukraine:
 Kostiantyn Rybalchenko
 Dmytro Shcherbakov
 Ruslan Sorochinskyi
 Viktor Kovalchuk
 Artem Shandybin
 Roman Dolinich
 Valerii Fedoruk
 Yevgeniy Korolenko
9. Russia:
 Alexei Serverinov
 Valeri Litvinko
 George Namuchin
 Anton Schurenko
10. Isle of Man:
 Dave Norman
 Kevin Watterson
 Lyndon Cheetham
 Robin Crease

II. Female:
1. Croatia:
 Josipa Perńun
 Paulina Radoń
 Katarina Milas
2. Cyprus:
 Vaso Karasava
 Femke Ellens
 Antonia Aristodemou
 Christina Vrachimi
3. Estonia:
 Aliis Allas
 Diana Leguss
 Sille Rikko
 Reele Komi
4. Latvia:
 Linda Svilane
 Ieva Vilite
 Eva Solovjova
 Baiba Lulle
5. Malta:
 Colette Sultana
 Johanna Mizzo
 Annabelle Diamantino
 Theresa Camilleri
6. Poland:
 Anna Jurkun
 Anna Sikorska
 Magdalena Knapik
7. Ukraina:
 Anastasiia Spivak
 Olesya Tretiakova
 Anastasiia Netrebchuk
 Nataliia Spivak
8. Isle of Man:
 Laura Smith
 Vicky Watterson
 Lucy Hamilton-Turner