Day 2 produced some more great results on the courts form the kiwi players competing in the Netherlands.
The World Junior Championships are underway in Eindhoven Netherlands and it has been an exciting few days for all our kiwis competing overseas.
The best players in their age groups have been crowned at the North Island Age Groups held at Mitchell Park with all but one of the top seeds taking home their respective titles.
Hamilton Tennis and Squash Club have claimed the AD Long Cup at Mount Maunganui with a hard fought battle over Devoy Squash and Fitness Centre.
Scott Galloway and Madison Miles have claimed the Under 19 titles at the 2015 South island Age Groups at the Marlborough Squash Rackets Club.
With 170 of New Zealands top junior players heading to the Capital this weekend it is sure to be a weekend of great squash and fun at this years 2015 North Island Age Groups at Mitchell Park Squash Club.
Squash New Zealand has recently appointed appointed 3 new selectors (2 x senior selectors and 1 x junior selector) until the upcoming AGM to be held in November.
Masterton squash player Sam Iasona is alone carrying the hopes of Tokelau - and the best wishes of his Wairarapa family and sponsors - as sole representative of his home territory at the 2015 Pacific Games in Papua New Guinea.
The AD Long Cup (formerly Masters Club Team Event) is all set for this weekend with a record number of 20 teams.
The Girls Under 17 and Boys Under 17 have seen both the second seeds playing off for third and fourth whilst in the Girls Under 19 top seed Nikki Kennedy has not been able to make it to the final.
The seedings have been decided and the games are set for this weekends South Island Age Groups to be held at Marlborough Squash Rackets Club.
The winners of the 2015 North Island Champs have been crowned with both players getting their name on these trophies for the first time.
The 2015 World Mens Team Coach/Manager to travel with the team of 4 to the 2015 event to be held in Kuwait has been named.