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Nele Gilis is the Belgian No1.  She is currently at a career high world ranking of World No. 6 after a brilliant season where she reached the quarter finals of the World Championship and the final of El Gouna . As a junior, Gilis had significant success and became well-established internationally. She was the European Junior Squash Championships champion in 2014 and a semifinalist at the British Junior Open. She achieved the first big result of her professional career at the PSA W25 Open International de Squash Nantes reaching the final but coming up short against Fiona Moverley.  in 2021 Nele won the Squash on Fire Championships and reached the quarter finals of the Manchester Open, The US Open and the Detroit Pro Classic.

We are delighted to have her as part of our team! 


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Joe Lee  is a professional squash player who represents England. He reached a career-high world ranking of World No. 29 in May 2014. Joe Lee has risen up the rankings steadily since joining the PSA World Tour in 2006.
The London-born Englishman secured his first PSA World Tour title in January 2011 when he bested Karim Ali Fathi in the final of the Le Sport Open in Wales.
Lee claimed his first PSA M15 event win at the Nash Cup in September 2013 and took home the Oregon Open title in February 2014.  He was also a British National senior finalist 2017.  Joe was the PSA player of the month in July 2021 after completing a run of 24 wins in 25 professional matches including winning the PSA Eriswell Challenge at St George’s Hill. His good form continued in late 2021 with wins over James Willstrop and Adrian Waller

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In 2021 we welcomed former World number 1 John White to our team as the USA ambassador for Stellar  . John , who was born in Australia but represented Scotland is now a top coach at Drexel University in America . 

Widely-known as the hardest-hitter of the ball - a shot recorded at 172 miles per hour earned a world record - he enjoyed a highly successful career on the international circuit. Runner-up in the British Open and World Open in 2002, he topped the world rankings in March 2004 and went on to win 13 PSA World Tour titles from 32 final appearances before announcing his retirement in October 2008. 


Danny, our ambassador for the  UK  and Europe, represented England as a junior and was British Junior Champion in 1981

He played in five consecutive World Championships from 1982-1986 reaching the last 16 twice . He was one of only eight players to take a game from Jahangir Khan during his 5 and 3/4 year unbeaten streak ,

Danny became a successful coach to many  junior champions and worked on national, regional and county squads .

He promoted The Daily Mail Jersey International. The  Pro Squash Challenge Series, The Eriswell Challenge and he has  organised the Channel VAS Championships since 2015.

Danny captained the winning Cannons PSL team in 1986 and managed the St George’s Hill winning team in 2018.

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Kashif Shuja is our representative for North Island in New Zealand . He was born in Pakistan but represented New Zealand on the PSA World Tour where he reached a career high of number 36 in 2009.


Doug is a former Canadian international player who is now our representative in Canada



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Joshua Larkin, is a professional squash player who represents Australia. He reached a career-high world ranking of World No. 84 in January 2017. Larkin's breakthrough took place in May 2015 when he won back to back titles in both the 2015 South Australian Open and City of Perth Open respectively.

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Indie Flint is one of our upcoming junior players with a lot of future ahead of him. He currently trains at St George's Hill alongside his brother Sonny. Indie is currently ranked number 9 in the under 15's category. ​

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