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Rackets

Rackets is the fastest and arguably the most exciting of ball games, with ball speeds of up to 160 mph.

Rackets is the fastest and arguably the most exciting of ball games, with ball speeds of up to 160 mph.

It is played on a court 60 feet long and 30 feet wide, with a ball that resembles a golf ball.

Rackets originated in the debtors’ prisons of the mid-18th century, preceding squash 鈥 a miniature version of the game 鈥 played with a聽soft听产补濒濒!

There are now 14 schools which play rackets and we all employ full-time professionals to coach the sport. Pupils who take up rackets can look forward to a full programme of school fixtures and the National Schools Singles & Doubles Championships held at the Queen’s Club in London. We’re immensely fortunate in our outstanding court 鈥 built through the generosity of an anonymous benefactor.

In addition, we also run a popular evening rackets club: Weekdays 6.30pm – 9.30pm, Saturday & Sunday 10.00am – 4.00pm

For further information, please contact Steve Tulley, the Rackets Professional and Technical Director of Rackets.

For the most recent fixtures and results, please view the 听飞别产蝉颈迟别.

Upper Eighth students make Rackets History

Many congratulations to Oliver and George who won the 1st pairs Championship, conceding just one game throughout the entire event.

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An all Pauline final at the National Schools Rackets Singles Championships

Adrian and Aryan both made their ways to the final of the Jim Dear Cup leading to an all Pauline final.

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