COACHES

Luke Butterworth
Director of Squash

Luke Butterworth has competed as a player on the PSA World Tour across the globe. He has used this experience to become one of the nations leading coaches. 

Luke is a current National Junior Coach for TEAM USA. He was previously the Head Coach of the Paraguay National Squash Team. During that role, Luke successfully lead the Paraguay team to a historic medal at the 2011 Pan American Games.

Alongside being the founder of LBSQUASH, Luke is presently the proud Director of Squash for Greenwich Academy. He has lead the team to 4 National Championships and is vying for more.

 

Jamie Sutcliffe

Squash Professional

A former PSA Tour competitor, Jamie has worked with nationally ranked juniors, college athletes and skill level adults for the past 4 years.

Jamie is into his third season at Greenwich Academy where in his first season he helped coach the GA team to regain the National Championship title. Jamie also lead TEAM USA to the Battle of the Border title this summer and was part of the coaching team on the US Squash Academy.

Alongside being a excellent squash coach, Jamie has a wealth of experience in strength and conditioning, which he studied at university in England. Jamie was the National College Champion as a junior.

Omar Marei

Squash Professional

Omar joins the program after a successful Pro Tour career where he reached two PSA tour finals. As a junior in Egypt, Omar was a national champion.

After his successful playing career, Omar has flourished in his coaching. He has worked with many of Egypt's top players including current world #6 Tarek Momen. He previously worked at the famous Wadi Degla club in Egypt where their teams went on to win 2 National Titles!

Alongside his impressive squash accolades, Omar has a degree in Robotic engineering.

Mo Arafa

Squash Professional

Mohamed Arafa is from Alexandria, Egypt. Mo began his squash career at the age of six and had a successful junior career. He quickly realized his passion for coaching at the age of 17.

 

He trained the elite juniors at the Smouha Club in Alexandria, Egypt. In 2015 Mo then moved on to coach professionally in New York City.

 

He has worked with private families as a coach and with the programs in Brooklyn while working on his bachelors degree in sports science.