The next World Doubles Championships will be held in 2016 in Darwin Australia from 15th-18th August 2016.
When: World Doubles Championships 15-18 August,
Where: Darwin, Australia
The Squash New Zealand Senior Selectors named a team of four players. The team is
The team will be managed/coached by Glen Wilson.
We will bring you all the latest news, results and updates from the 2016 World Doubles Championships here.
The games will be livestreamed and can be watched here or on the links below
Pictures from the event can be found here
New Zealand is hosting the 2017 Oceania Junior Championships.
The Oceania Junior Championships will run from 14th-17th April whilst the Trans-Tasman Junior Test Series will run from 18-19th April.
The event will be registered on the WSF World Junior Circuit, and on the PSA World Tour as well meaning players are eligible for world ranking points. As a World Junior Circuit event, players need to register for a WSF SPIN number to be eligible to enter. These can be attained from the World Squash Federation website. Once a player has registered for a SPIN number, the number stays with them for life, and makes entering international events much easier.
No player can enter the Oceania Junior Championships without a SPIN number.
Players can enter the event using the individual entry form below or via tournament software when uploaded.
Individual Entry Form including T-Shirt Purchase Form: Indiv Registration Form for Oceania Junior Championships
Online Entry via Tournament Software: Here
All t-shirt orders must be placed via the registration form above.
This is a great event for all those looking for a social time. Information can be found below:
Under the aegis of International University Sport Federation (FISU), the 9th World University Squash Championship 2016 will be held duringSeptember 5-11, 2016 in Arena Nicol David, National Squash Center, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Each country is authorized to enter a maximum of 13 persons of which 8 may be competitors and 5 officials.
These championships shall comprise separate men's and women's singles championships and permit a maximum of 3 male and 2 female entries per nation.
Team championships (mixed teams) shall comprise 2 male and 1 female players selected from a maximum squad of 3 male and 2 female players. Squad submission and team nomination shall follow WSF Regulations unless otherwise specified.
Kindly refer to the attachment for the Invitation Letter and Event Fast Fact for your further action.
For more information, please refer to our official website, www.wucsquash2016.com
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact the OC via firstname.lastname@example.org or
9th World University Squash Championship 2016
Malaysian University Sports Council
c/o Sports Division
Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia
Level 2, No. 2, Tower 2
Jalan P 5/6, Precint 5
Phone : +603 8870 6719 / 5185
Fax : +603 8870 6214
Information on the event
The official events that NZ send a representative team to, are the Men's and Women's Senior and Junior World Team Champs and the Commonwealth Games. However, NZers often participate in other international events.
Individual players enter PSA (Professional Squash Association) and WSA (Women's Squash Association) - you can see which kiwis are on the Pro circuit and follow their upcoming tournaments in the Kiwis Playing Overseas section.
All information on Masters events can be found on the Masters section of our website here