Squash New Zealand is calling for expressions of interests for the role of coach / manager at the 2015 World Mens Team Event to be held in Kuwait from 12th to 18th December.
New Zealand’s Megan Craig notched up her second WA title in three years after beating Canberra’s Christine Nunn in the women’s final.
The World Junior Girls Team to travel to Eindhoven, Netherlands has been announced.
Whangarei Squash club is getting set to host 20 of New Zealand's finest club teams this weekend as the competition and festivities are ready to kick off.
Recently a number of changes were introduced to the Administration and Interclub Modules in iSquash.
New Zealand's Evan Williams has taken little time to rediscover his form on the squash court after winning his second title at the South Australian Open in Adelaide over the weekend.
Bay of Plenty Squash Coach Graeme Randolph has gained a place in this year's Sport New Zealand Performance Coach Advance (PCA) Programme.
There have been a number of changes to the high performance programmes run by Squash NZ recently. In particular there is the implementation of regional hubs across the country as well as a High Performance Player Meet to take place. These programmes are all working towards 2022.
New Zealand's Joelle King has made a winning return to the WSA women's world squash tour.
New Zealander Paul Coll has been named Player of the Month for May by the authoritative London-based Squash Player magazine for his win in the Paris Open in April.
Paul Coll and Amanda Landers-Murphy have taken out the Northern Territories Open titles in Darwin over the weekend. With a number of great results from the weekend by our kiwis it was a good time to be in Australia.
With many of the Commonwealth Games stars of 2014 not competing for the NZ Doubles titles this year it left the field wide open for our other top athletes to come in and try to take one of the coveted titles.
Squash NZ would like to create a stronger community through the sharing of information in Case Studies from successful Squash Clubs throughout the country.
Superchamps rules are announced for 2015 and the E Grade venue has changed. Find out more ...