Jane's success carries on the tradition
THE multi-racket sport of racketlon is developing quite a tradition at Ipswich Sports Club.As well as producing a world U-16 champion in 2005 with Ashley Watling, Ipswich Sports Club has now produced a British vice-champion in Jane Cook.
THE multi-racket sport of racketlon is developing quite a tradition at Ipswich Sports Club.
As well as producing a world U-16 champion in 2005 with Ashley Watling, Ipswich Sports Club has now produced a British vice-champion in Jane Cook.
Cook returned home from the British Closed Racketlon Championships at Hatfield as runner-up.
On her way to the final she beat the England no. 5 Lorna See and England no. 6 Fiona Mary-Sime.
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However, in the final the British no.1 Natalie Lawrence proved too strong. As this was Jane's second tournament it was still some result.
Jane said: “A little bit of work at the badminton and who knows?”
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