UK Racketlon
Written by James Pope

Record Chasing Ratzer & Fantastic Fischer Dominate in the Maltese Sun.

Jesper Ratzer moved within 8 international singles titles of eclipsing the Racketlon legend Magnus Elliason with victory in the Men’s A at the Malta Open (his 29th win) defeating Frenchman Cedric Junillon in the final.  In...

Written by James Pope

The 2nd annual Richard Lawrence Open was a huge success raising £576 for charity including £500 in charity donations from English Racketlon, £38 raised on the day and this was matched by Keith Lesser (at the suggestion of George Roberts who helped support the event conducting pre tournament...

Written by James Pope

The 2015 AGM was held at the Richard Lawrence Open on Sunday 27th September.  Brief notes on the AGM structured as per the Agenda can be found at this link.

The AGM covered a raft of issues from reporting on the state of Racketlon in the UK, to our future plans and future changes coming within the...

Written by James Pope

AGM Agenda


Oxford University


Sunday 27th September







  1. Welcome – David Ridout
  2. Racket Masters Feedback – Raymond Jordan
  3. George joins ERA in Feb 2015 – George Roberts
  4. Malta Quick Update – Duncan Warwick Stahl
  5. Finances – Keith Lesser (accounts not yet...
Written by James Pope

European Championships 2015: England Squads Announced

The England Squads for the first FIR European Championships to be held in November in Prague can now be announced.  The first European Championships are bound to be a historic event and England are sending a raft of strong squads.  Considering...

Written by James Pope

Jordan “Invicta’s” Defeat on Busby in Limpsfield

Ray “Fun With Flags” Jordan bounced back from his home town defeat to squeak a victory over Dan Busby in the 2015 South Eastern Open.  Elsewhere, Katheryn Milne won the Ladies A, Mark “sicknote” Harris took the Men’s B title, Andrew Heath the Men’s...

Written by James Pope


History made at the inaugural Kent Open

The August bank holiday weekend brought the end of an eager wait, as the UK Racketlon Tour resumed service with the historic city of Canterbury playing host, after a 3 week break since the incredibly successful Racket Masters.

42 players, including 4...

Written by James Pope

Update – The UK Racketlon Tour Rankings

Positive changes have now been made in August 2015 to the UK ranking system launched in January 2015 which now incorporates a bonus play which will be retrospectively incorporated and effective immediately.  The UK Rankings are in essence:

1)  Affected by...

Written by James Pope

A Malteser Of An Opportunity

Malta, a beautiful Mediterranean island famed for its glorious weather, scenic surroundings, nine UNESCO world heritage sites and the smallest capital city by area in the European Union.  Some sources have determined Malta to be the country with the best climate in the...