1928 Women's British Open Squash Championship

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British Open Squash Championships
7th Women's British Open Championships
Details
Location London, England
Venue Queen's Club, West Kensington
← 1927 1929 →

The 1928 Ladies Open Championships was held at the Queen's Club, West Kensington in London from 24–29 January 1928.
Joyce Cave won her third title defeating Cecily Fenwick in the final. The championship was switched to a straight knockout format replacing the group format previously used. Joyce Cave returned after missing the two previous tournaments but Nancy Cave could not compete due to illness.[1] Joyce Cave was still unable to compete due to a wrist injury.

Draw and results[edit]

[2]

First Round Second Round Quarter Finals Semi-finals
England Miss Joyce Cave 9 10 9
England Mrs Urwick 1 8 1 England Cave 9 9 9
England Miss Imogen Grenfell 9 10 9 England Grenfell 2 0 0
England Mrs Davidson 2 8 5 England Cave 9 9 9
England Miss C Vickers England Vickers 6 3 0
bye England Vickers 9 9 9
England Miss E C Mogg England Mogg 5 0 1
bye England Cave 9 9 10
England Miss Susan Noel 10 9 9 England Noel 5 4 8
England Miss Stobart 8 0 6 England Noel 7 9 9 9
England Miss Joan Huntsman 9 9 9 England Huntsman J 9 4 4 5
England Mrs Elizabath Bryans-Wolfe 1 0 7 England Noel 8 9 4 9 10
England Miss Eileen Nicholson w/o England Nicholson 10 6 9 2 8
England Mrs Naylor England Nicholson 9 10 9 Final
England Mrs Hartley 10 9 2 9 England Hartley 6 8 2
England Mrs Maine 8 4 9 2 England Cave 4 9 10 9
England Miss Cecily Fenwick 9 9 9 England Fenwick 9 5 9 6
England Mrs Miller 0 0 1 England Fenwick 9 9 9
England Mrs Winifred Kittermaster 1 9 2 4 10 9 England Kittermaster 0 0 1
England Mrs Winifred Livingstone-Learmonth 6 9 9 8 7 England Fenwick 9 9 9
England Miss A Blake England Blake 2 0 1
bye England Blake w/o
England Miss V Wagg England Wagg
bye England Fenwick 9 9 9
England Miss Sylvia Huntsman England Huntsman S 6 3 2
England Mrs Molly Quetteville w/o England Huntsman S 9 9 9
England Lady Olive Smith-Dorrien 9 6 9 9 England Smith-Dorrien 5 3 7
England Mrs Judith Backhouse 2 9 5 3 England Huntsman S 9 9 9
England Miss P Slagg 9 9 5 5 9 England Slagg 5 5 1
England Miss M J Hutton 3 2 9 9 6 England Slagg 9 9 9
England Mrs Hilary Stebbing w/o England Stebbing 4 3 5
England Miss P Broadbent

Notes[edit]

1 Mrs Winifred Kittermaster (née Miss Winifred Rotherham)

Preceded by
1927
British Open Squash Championships
England (London)

1928
Succeeded by
1929

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Times Archives 1928 Open Championship". Oxfordshire Libraries. 
  2. ^ "Squash Rackets". The Times Archives.