The teams attending the 2016 SuperChamps have been named and it is sure to be a great weekend of squash with 90 teams set to compete for these prestigious trophies.
This trophy was donated to Squash NZ in 1981 by Kelvin Harding in honour of his best friend Derek Cook who was killed in a car accident just north of Levin on 1st September 1980. At the time of his death, Derek was a National Referee and an A Grade squash player in Wellington. This trophy is awarded for the most significant contribution in the field of refereeing during the year.
The New Zealand Secondary Schools Trans-Tasman Team have taken a convincing win over New South Wales and Queensland.
When it comes to being active, we’re constantly bombarded with the message that we need to go harder, longer and stronger if we want to improve. But pushing yourself too hard can not only cause a plateau, it can do more harm than good.
The 2016 Tertiary Teams event has drawn 8 teams from across New Zealand to compete for these titles in 2016.
The Kiwi squash team has struck double gold at the WSF World Doubles Championships in Darwin, Australia. The team of Joelle King, Amanda Landers-Murphy, Paul Coll and Campbell Grayson picked up a gold medal in the mixed and women’s events and a bronze medal in the men’s event.
Canterbury have claimed the Men’s Inter-District Teams event title for the second year in a row whilst the Women’s title has been claimed by Central.
Paul Coll and Megan Craig have both claimed their second New Zealand Senior National Championships titles in convincing style.
After three successive defeats in the final over the past six years, second seeds Pakistan upset favourites Egypt in the climax of the VDC Dental-Care WSF Men's World Junior Team Squash Championship to win the World Squash Federation title for a record-equalling fifth time.
Let the Love of the Game take you to Christchurch, New Zealand and join us from 1-29 April 2018 for the Christchurch Casino Golden Oldies Sports Celebration 2018.
With two sports already sold out and three more nearing capacity, Squash players should register now for World Masters Games 2017 to secure their places.
The Professional Squash Association (PSA) are excited to announce that the upcoming 2016/17 season will see more tournaments than ever before broadcast live on SQUASHTV and Eurosport Player, the official home of live and on-demand squash.
The Health and Safety at Work Act (HSWA) is all about working together to sensibly and proportionately manage the critical risks that could cause serious illness, injury or even death. But some people seem to believe it means wrapping everyone in cotton wool and red tape. Don’t believe the hype!
The calendar of events for 2017 is turning out to be a good one and with most hosts confirmed Squash New Zealand is now working through finalising the national event dates and working with districts around club events.