Lambs Squash Club articles on Wikipedia
1992 Women's British Open Squash Championship
The 1992 Hi-Tec British Open Squash Championships was held at the Lambs Squash Club with the later stages being held at the Wembley Conference Centre
Jan 10th 2017



2002 Women's British Open Squash Championship
The 2002 Women's British Open Squash Championships was held at the Lambs Squash Club, London (qualifying) and the National Squash Centre in Manchester
Jan 10th 2017



2002 Men's British Open Squash Championship
The 2002 British Open Championships was held at the Lambs Squash Club with the later stages held at the National Squash Centre from 7–15 April 2002. Peter
Jan 10th 2017



1991 Women's British Open Squash Championship
The 1991 Hi-Tec British Open Squash Championships was held at the Lambs Squash Club with the later stages being held at the Wembley Conference Centre
Jan 10th 2017



1993 Women's British Open Squash Championship
The 1993 Hi-Tec British Open Squash Championships was held at the Lambs Squash Club with the later stages being held at the Wembley Conference Centre
Jan 10th 2017



1994 Women's British Open Squash Championship
The 1994 Hi-Tec British Open Squash Championships was held at the Lambs Squash Club with the later stages being held at the Wembley Conference Centre
Jan 10th 2017



1993 Men's British Open Squash Championship
The 1993 Hi-Tec British Open Championships was held at the Lambs Squash Club with the later stages being held at the Wembley Conference Centre from 10–19
Jan 10th 2017



1990 Women's British Open Squash Championship
The 1990 Hi-Tec British Open Squash Championships was held at the lambs Squash Club with the later stages being held at Wembley in London from 16–23 April
Jan 10th 2017



1992 Men's British Open Squash Championship
The 1992 Hi-Tec British Open Championships was held at the Lambs Squash Club with the later stages being held at the Wembley Conference Centre from 8–13
Jan 10th 2017



1989 Men's British Open Squash Championship
The 1989 Hi-Tec British Open Championships was held at the Lambs Squash Club and the Wembley Conference Centre in London from 12–17 April 1989. Jahangir
Jan 10th 2017



1994 Men's British Open Squash Championship
The 1994 Hi-Tec British Open Championships was held at the Lambs Squash Club with the later stages being held at the Wembley Conference Centre from 3–11
Jan 10th 2017



1990 Men's British Open Squash Championship
The 1990 Hi-Tec British Open Championships was held at the Lambs Squash Club with the later stages being held at the Wembley Conference Centre from 16–23
Jan 10th 2017



1991 Men's British Open Squash Championship
The 1991 Hi-Tec British Open Championships was held at the Lambs Squash Club with the later stages being held at the Wembley Conference Centre from 12–22
Jan 10th 2017



Nigel Lamb
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May 14th 2017



1989 Women's British Open Squash Championship
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Jan 10th 2017



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