No. 1 and 2 ranked players in Canada were both entered for the second stage of the Multisports Racketlon Circuit in Laval. Both of them met the expectations by reaching the final. Easterbrook was happy with his 7-21 lost in table tennis , and Horatio not so happy about his 6-21 lost in badminton. The rest was surely going to be closer…. and it was, the squash was gruelling with both players grasping for air, score 21-16 Easterbrook. He then only needed to reach 16 in tennis to win the overall score. Horatio’s tennis is known to be consistent but Jeremy has some new weapons that makes him dangerous sometimes. Jeremy was able to stay with Horatio all the way to 16-16 so he escaped with the victory. Good luck in Germany for the World Champs. “B” winner was Frank Lee from Ottawa and over 45 winner Walter Beljaars from Granby. Next stop is December 6.