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Reta to step down as squash coach

Runa Reta, the assistant director at the Bermuda Squash Racquets Association, will be leaving her post after taking a coaching job in Canada.

Reta, who represented Bermuda at the Senior Caribbean Squash Championships in Cayman Islands in August, has been coaching in Bermuda for more than three years.

A former Canadian No 1, Reta will be leaving the Island before the Digicel Bermuda National Squash Championships in March, a competition she won last year.

The tournament will run from March 13 to 18 at the BSRA courts in Devonshire.

More than 100 participants are expected to take part in the biggest local squash event of the year.

Head coach Patrick Foster, the defending men's champion, will be chasing his tenth title, while Micah Franklin, the world No 186, is confirmed to play.

New challenge: Reta is leaving the Island

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Published January 13, 2016 at 11:49 pm (Updated January 13, 2016 at 11:49 pm)

Reta to step down as squash coach

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