Two New Zealand squash players are aiming to beak the Guinness World Record for the longest squash match.
Entries are open for the two New Zealand-based WSF junior world circuit events in April this year.
Squash NZ are pleased to launch new SquashStart coaching resources and two new aligned programmes - Squash Ignite and Social Slam.
Cantabrians Megan Craig and Paul Coll have taken out the Australia Day Challenge PSA/WSA titles in Ipswich.
Rare footage of squash will be available on Sky TV this year, with coverage of all World Series events in 2015!
Recent changes to the way sports are selected for Olympic inclusion are good news for squash.
The first automatic loss of points for inactivity will take place next week on Tuesday 20 January 2015.
New Zealand representative Kylie Lindsay has hung up her squash rackets for the last time.
Three time former national champion Don Mochan has passed away in Te Awamutu, aged 86.
Tough new Anti-Doping Rules, enforced by DrugFree Sport New Zealand, will take effect from 1 January 2015.
Automatic points deduction for inactivity is set to commence on 20 January 2015, as previously communicated.
The Squash New Zealand national office will be closed from December 24, re-opening on January 12.