Looking for a squash partner

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Looking for a squash partner

Postby trevi » 29 Jul 2012, 18:18


I am looking for a squash partner in Taipei. I okay at a beginner/intermediate level.
Will be around until October 2012.

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Re: Looking for a squash partner

Postby pungnan » 15 Aug 2012, 18:00

Sounds good. Can you play saturdays? PM me if yes.

Haven't played for years but keen to get back on court.
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