Magic is everywhere if you look. Recall the last time you were captivated by an experience. How did it make you feel?
New Zealand’s Paul Coll has been beaten in the second round of the prestigious British Open squash tournament held in Hull, England this morning.
Squash NZ is pleased to announce the appointment of Wayne Werder to the role of Assistant Coach/Manager to the 2017 World Doubles Championships and 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Another valuable opportunity for coaches to network, share and engage with others from across the country has taken place.
A win and a loss for the two Kiwis in the 2017 British Open squash tournament in Hull, England this morning with Paul Coll progressing to the second round, but Joelle King falling in the first round.
New Zealanders Joelle King and Paul Coll will start their campaigns at the British Open tonight (from 1am NZ time).
New Zealand squash players Paul Coll and Joelle King are set to make an impact in the prestigious British Squash Open played in Hull, England this week.
Squash's National Federations will be making full use of the WSF Regional Federation management of their regional junior championships - not only to compete for the titles but also to select and prepare squads for the 2017 WSF World Junior Squash Championships in New Zealand in July.
Squash, the game that keeps you fit and healthy for life, is a great way to socialise, keep active and play a sport from an early age to a grand old age. Always thought about it but unsure how to get involved?
Participation is the key metric in our industry. It leads to success and is the key driver of membership.
Keeping a record of your own coach development is a useful practice – much like maintaining your CV.
Our message is simple: 'Try it. Play it. Love it.' Anything else is just a waste of good oxygen.
Here are just some of the benefits that enabling more people to use your squash courts will bring to your club.
During March, Squash New Zealand staff will be on the move throughout New Zealand.