Hosts Australia are predicted to take gold in two of the three events in the 2016 WSF World Doubles Squash Championships in Darwin next month according to the seedings announced today by the World Squash Federation - while Queenslander Rachael Grinham is expected to become the first player in the sport's history to win gold in three successive championships.
Egypt's Hania El Hammamy has been elevated to second seed in next month's WSF Women's World Junior Squash Championship following the withdrawal of the original No.2 seed Habiba Mohamed who is still undergoing rehabilitation following recent shoulder surgery.
Retention is the biggest problem facing the sports industry today. So how do the best facilities across the world combat this retention issue and grow their membership year on year?
Based on Squash New Zealand’s Club Financial Analysis, 76% of all squash clubs receive an average of $12,000 in funding from gaming machines each year. With a decrease in funding available to communities, the Government are currently seeking our views on how funding from class 4 gambling can be used in the future.
Ellie Epke and Tyler Ranger have claimed their respective Under 19 North Island Age Group Titles at the Geyser City Squash Club supported by Ti Street Squash Club.
Nobody likes waiting, especially when it’s their precious leisure time at stake. Making it easy for new members to sign up goes a long way to establishing an effective experience. Below are some key things your club can do to ensure the new member sign-up process goes smoother.
There is now less than a month to go before entries close on the 12th of August!
Organisers of one of the biggest squash events to hit New Zealand's shores have received a significant boost, a year out from the world junior championships in Tauranga.