Squash's new online system PlaySquash is now available to Squash Clubs and Centres to activate!
Peter Wright, the President of Australian Masters Squash, has been officially recognised in the Australia Day Honours.
Players vying for representative positions for NSW Squash should be competing in the Age Group they would participate in, if selected for the NSW Age Team to contest the Australian Age Championships in Sept/4 Oct 2015.
New Zealanders Paul Coll and Megan Craig are the 2015 Australia Day Challenge champions - the second year in a row that New Zealand has won both titles.
17-year-old Lakeesha Rarere threw everything into her Australia Day Challenge match against Lisa Camilleri, and was rewarded with a career-best win. Rarere will now take on New Zealand's Megan Craig in the final.
Top seeds Paul Coll and Matt Hopkin enjoy a catch-up on the opening day of the Australia Day Challenge in Ipswich. Both players moved comfortable through to the next round.
Last year New Zealanders stole the show at the Australia Day Challenge in Ipswich. This year they once again have the top seeded male and female players. Could they rain on the Australian parade again?
EOIs are sought for
• NSW Academy Support Panel of Coaches ( 3 positions)
• State Team Manager – NSW Academy Squads and Australian Age Championships
• Support Person (Team Cook Australian Age Championships)
The first camp for the new format NSW Junior Squash Academy is on the 31Jan-1Feb at Thornleigh Squash. All NSW Juniors are invited to attend. The Academy program has had some major enhancements for 2015
12-year-old Ethan Eyles has made a big impression in North America, posting top three results in both the Canadian and US junior titles - an outstanding result against world-class opposition.