The last rounds of individual play for the World Masters Games 2017 have been completed and all age group winners have been decided.
A number of the winners for the 2017 World Masters Games have been decided with some exciting matches and tense moments with a number of the players taking away some great memorabilia including a Barfoot and Thompson Winners cap.
The fourth day of the World Masters Games has wrapped up at the North Shore Squash Club and there will be a number of titles to be had over the coming days. Some of the top seeds are finding strain on their bodies and will have to put this aside if they want to claim their titles.
The third day of the World Masters Games has wrapped up at the North Shore Squash Club and there is some excitement to be had in the coming days as a number of finalists are decided.
An Anzac Day service at Queens Wharf and a star-studded New Zealand versus Australia exhibition basketball match will be the focus of World Masters Games 2017’s Anzac Day commemorations.
The 2017 World Masters Games is well underway with many of the Quarter-Finals and Semi-Finals being determined and for the 430 participants competing in squash they are starting to show off all of their hard training.
Seeding predictions were fulfilled in both the Oceania Junior U19 Squash Championships and European Junior U19 Squash Championships when youngsters from the two World Squash Federation regions came together to do battle in New Zealand and Portugal, respectively.
Kaitlyn Watts and Finn Trimble have claimed the 2017 Aon New Zealand Junior Open titles after some excellent matches.
The semi-finals of the Aon New Zealand Junior Open have seem some tough battles and tomorrow will see two new champions crowned with Kaitlyn Watts and Anna Hughes doing battle for the Girls Open title and Finn Trimble and Gabe Yam doing battle for the Boys Open title.
All but one of the top seeds have progressed through to the Semi-Finals of the Aon New Zealand Junior Open at the Cambridge Racquets Club and Leamington Squash Club.
World Masters Games 2017 organisers are ready for the world’s largest multi-sport event which begins in Auckland today featuring 28,000 registered athletes, supporters and officials from 100 countries globally.
The Top 8 seeds in both the Girls and Boys draws have progressed to the quarter finals on the Aon New Zealand Junior Open at the Cambridge Racquets Club and Leamington Squash Club.
Annaleise Faint and Jack Hudson have caused upsets in their relevant draws of Round 1 of the Aon New Zealand Junior Open at the Cambridge Racquets Club and Leamington Squash Club.
The Executive Travel Trans-Tasman Junior New Zealand Test Team have made it 3 in a row with a second day win of 13-5 at the Trans-Tasman Test Series held at the Henderson Squash Club.
After a big day of finals at the Southern Cross Travel Insurance Oceania Junior Championships the winners have been decided and 8 titles will be staying in New Zealand, 1 title to Australia and 1 to Singapore.
From the top of the north, to the bottom of the south and everywhere in between, Squash New Zealand staff were 'On the Move' during the past month visiting District personnel, meeting with Regional Sports Trusts and networking with local club committees and members.