Paul Coll the World Number 16 has gone down in an epic 5 game encounter against the World Number 1 Mohammed Elshorbagy from Egypt.
Squash New Zealand is seeking expressions of interests for the role of Assistant Coach/Manager at the 2017 World Doubles and 2018 Commonwealth Games to be held in Manchester and the Gold Coast respectively.
Roderick (Rod) Sturm the 1983 World Men's Championship Director passed away February 20, 2017.
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During March, Squash New Zealand staff will be on the move throughout New Zealand.
Joelle King and Paul Coll are set to make their mark on the 2017 Windy City Open being held in Chicago. Whilst King and Coll are straight into the main draw Campbell Grayson has to make his way through qualifying to join them.
For the third time since 2002, India will host the WSF World Junior Squash Championships after winning the rights from the World Squash Federation to stage the 2018 event in Chennai.
Visiting your club must be a positive and rewarding experience for everyone - especially new members. This means having the right club environment is critical.
Squash club membership fees can vary depending on the type of membership. Do you know if your club’s fees are what they should be?
The University of Waikato and Carrus Corporation have added their support to the World Juniors Squash Championships scheduled to be held in Tauranga in July. Both organisations have signed on as major sponsors of the event joining Craigs Investment Partners who announced their support in 2016.
Issues which were being experienced with the Squash New Zealand online booking system when using Safari and apple devices are now resolved.
Squash New Zealand is pleased to announce the re-affiliation of 10 clubs from the Mid Canterbury region.
New Zealand national champion Paul Coll added another honour to his ever-growing list when he was named as Squash Player magazine's Most Improved Male Player of the Year for 2016.
More than 5000 NZ athletes and support personnel received anti-doping education in 2016, with an increasing number choosing to complete clean sport education online.
The World Junior Squash Championships (WJC) will be hosted in Tauranga with over 200 athletes competing for the ultimate prize in International Junior Squash. Hundreds of squash fans will be joining the event, with thousands watching games on live broadcasts.