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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.
It's been rough and rocky travelin, but I'm finally standing upright on the ground. After taking several readings I'm surprised to find my mind's still fairly sound.
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