West Worthing Club’s Kelly Eastment was recognised for her great work by winning a top award recently
Eastment was named England's squash coach of the year for her fantastic contribution to the sport. Worthing-based coach Eastment picked up the prize in the Polar Squash Workforce Awards at the Dunlop British National Championships. After picking up the award, she said: “I feel privileged to have won and was very shocked as I didn’t know I had been nominated.
”I love the psychological side of the game, building rallies, experimenting on new shots, seeing how every player plays differently. How a game can be altered by how you feel mentally, whether you have had a hard day
or walk into the game feeling confident.”
Eastment's unique coaching style has seen her receive great praise. West Worthing Club chairman William Naunton said: "This is a thoroughly justified award and we are delighted to have the countries top squash coaches at West Worthing Club. Kelly is a key member of our coaching team and works with players of all abilities, from beginner to county level and beyond.”
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