Expressions of Interest are now being sought for the position of Event Director for the 2017 World Junior Championships to be held in Tauranga. Squash New Zealand has been granted the right to host the World Junior Squash Championships in Tauranga in 2017. BOP Major Squash Events Incorporated is responsible for planning and delivering the event. The event will be held on 18-29 July 2017.
Squash New Zealand is pleased to announce a three year partnership with BLK (Beyond Limits Known) who will be the official clothing supplier for Squash New Zealand. The partnership offers many benefits for both BLK and Squash New Zealand particularly with the development of an online store for avid squash fans to purchase playing gear to show their true support for squash.
Evan Williams gives us the low down on the Doubles Camp and the NZ Doubles Championships.
People crave social connection. There are over 1.5 billion people on Facebook, 1 billion on YouTube, 300 million on Twitter and 400 million on Instagram. Feeling a sense of love and belonging is also number 3 on Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.
Megan Craig and Oliver Johnston have claimed the South Island Championships titles for 2016.
24 of the best Club Teams from around New Zealand will be descending on Masterton over Queen’s Birthday weekend with the Cousins Shield and Mitchell Cup event. This will be the largest number of teams seen at this event for a number of years. Highly sought after, these awards have been contested since 1948 (Cousins Shield) and 1958 (Mitchell Cup).
Oliver Johnston of Christchurch will be taking on Michael Blanchard from Auckland in the Men’s Open of the South Island Championships whilst Megan Craig will take on Nikki Kennedy.
Tens of thousands of people every week, in more than 190 clubs throughout New Zealand, will put aside whatever else is happening in their lives and will lose themselves on court in the pure exhilaration of playing squash. They’ll lunge, they’ll sweat and they’ll leave feeling absolutely incredible. And next week they’ll come back for more...
The Big Barrel New Zealand Doubles Championships finals have concluded with the top seeds taking out the titles in the Men’s, Women’s and Mixed Open’s. It was a good weekend for New Zealand’s top player Joelle King and the inform Evan Williams who both claimed two titles.
The Squash New Zealand team to compete at the 2016 Mens World Junior Individual and Teams Championship in Poland from the 6th - 17th August has been announced. The team is Jamie Oakley, Scott Galloway, Sam Sayes and Finn Trimble with Matthew Lucente named as the Non-Travelling reserve.
Serving the Waikato for over 50 years, Squash Waikato has a strong presence in the region with a network of 25 affiliated clubs. The appointment of this Manager’s role is crucial to the ongoing success of our sporting body.
Squash New Zealand is proud to announce that following two successful years, its partnership with Sports Distributors for supplying Kiwi Squash and now Squash Start equipment has been extended for a further two years.
Nelson Squash Club in Canada are seeking a Pro/Manager to run the club from October 2016 to May 2017 with a second year option for 2017/2018. They are a private squash facility, run by a volunteer board, with 3 courts and a lounge area.