Leeton Squash & Indoor Sports Centre

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  • (02) 6953 ####
  • 32 Pine Ave
    Leeton NSW 2705

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If you have a need for Squash Courts products or services, you will know that experience and product knowledge are vital. competition, squash courts supplies and squash court locations - and all the basic essentials of Squash Courts are available from Leeton Squash & Indoor Sports Centre, in Leeton, NSW. You can contact us by email at any time, or by phone at (02) 6953 #### during business hours, for helpful and professional assistance with any and all of your Squash Courts needs.

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  • Squash Centre Thornleigh

    “I was attending a gym for many years but it got boring so I wanted to try something new, I walked in never played squash before and the staff were so helpful, they showed me how to play and even gave me a free mini lesson to improve my game. I now play every week twice a week and feel so good after the workout that Squash provides.”

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  • Squash Centre Thornleigh

    “Lovely atmosphere! I felt welcomed as soon as I walked through the door. Courts are very well maintained, and service was friendly! I was very happy to play at Thornleigh Squash Courts, would much recommend a visit anytime!!”

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  • Squash Centre Thornleigh

    “The competitions are well organised and new players can get off to a great start even if they have never played before due to the staff being well experienced and helpful”

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  • Ben Casaceli

    “I've had business dealings with Ben Casaceli, and all I can say is stay away. He promise the sun moon and stars, then take you for a ride and not deliver. When confronted his aggressive side comes out. You&'ve been warned!!”

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  • Morwell Squash Centre

    “The owner/operator of these courts seems to be a great guy, cheap pricing for an hours court hire, hardly anything for my kids to play. I think the guys name was Mike, we talked for a bit after I had a hit, easy going bloke, and he told me about their weekly competition, teams of 4 battle it out to make it to the finals, and costs less than $10 a week to play. I met a couple of the players there, and am going to join a team this season.
    Great club, great atmosphere.”

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