Yes the Coach Learning Modules are practical. No, they are not full of theory and lots of paperwork. There’s no need for you to know everything about the game. In fact, you just need to be keen to learn more. Here’s all you need to know.
The 2016 ILT & CTOS NZ Southern Open PSA final today saw Paul Coll succeed in his mission to win three in a row with win against Tsz Fung Yip of Hong Kong.
From Kaitaia to Invercargill, Gisborne to Hokitika and everywhere in between. There are over 1,200 squash coaches spread across the country who make up the New Zealand Squash Coaches network. These passionate, devoted and skilled individuals often go above and beyond, constantly learning and putting their players’ health and wellbeing first. For this reason, we want to say THANK YOU!
Almost everyone is on Facebook. We have all had experiences with it – be it good or bad. There are benefits for clubs to be using social media as a way to connect with their members. Here are some quick tips for how to set yourself up for success.
Johannesburg are on track to stage a great World Masters from 23rd to 30th September in Johannesburg, South Africa!
A packed crowd was in attendance to watch the final of the Christchurch PSA held at the Burnside Squash Club. Local home-town favourite Paul Coll, the NZ Number #1 and top seed was up against the 3rd seeded Englishman Angus Gillams.
The Liaoning Province city of Dalian is bidding to make squash history by becoming the first in China to host a World Squash Championship.
Young eyes are regularly glued to screens and as a result obesity is on the rise and fitness levels are diminishing in young people. Is Kiwi Squash the saviour?
Global research shows a worldwide trend in declining sports clubs memberships. We know that funding squash club activities is becoming an increasingly difficult task. Competition for grants and sponsorships is fierce amongst a crowded market. Finding and keeping people is tough. Being an attractive option for their disposable income is a constant battle.
New Zealander Paul Coll has taken out the Fitzherbert Rowe Lawyers New Zealand International Squash Classic at SquashGym this afternoon in emphatic style.
Bay of Plenty performance squash coaches Kylie Lindsay and Jared Gravatt have both been selected to be part of this years’ Sport NZ Performance Coach Advance (PCA) programme.
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.