About 150 people converged on The Narrogin Club on Saturday for a fun-filled night of nostalgia and camaraderie to celebrate the Narrogin Squash Club’s golden jubilee and 2023 presentation evening. Club stalwart Anthony Howe kicked the evening off with an irreverent speech written on a roll of toilet paper that got the crowd laughing. “The greatest thing that I’ve noticed in this club is the spirit,” he said. “We’ve got husbands and wives, we’ve got kids, we all come along and we all play squash, it’s sociable, it’s great. “Yes we have some people on the court that don’t know the rules, but we’ve got these younger people coming through and that’s where the growth is.” The first round of presentations was followed with Alyce Smith and Clive Bartron awarding the season’s best. Dwayne Franks was awarded the 2023 Men’s Champion award and the 2023 Women’s Champion went to Sarah Heanessy. The Most Active Club Member award was presented to Julie Lange, who put significant time and effort into the production of a magazine celebrating 50 years of Narrogin squash.