New Zealander Megan Craig has picked up the PSA Women’s Player of the Month award for June 2015 after a spell of four weeks on home soil in which she reeled off a succession of fine performances on the women’s tour.
The 2015 North Island Championships to be held at Devoy Squash and Fitness are set and the draws have been released with what is sure to be a great weekend of squash.
This year's World Junior Individual Squash Championships titles will be shared by Peru and Egypt according to the men's and women's draws published today by the World Squash Federation - with Lima-based Diego Elias and Alexandria-born Habiba Mohamed expected to retain the titles they won for the first time last year in Namibia.
A host of coaches throughout the country and now better equipped to deal with the challenges they face after taking part in two days of in-depth analysis of coaching at the 2015 National Coaching Conference.
Squash New Zealand is now calling for expressions of interest for 1x junior selector and 1x senior selector.
Tuesday's announcement by the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee that Squash is one of eight sports shortlisted has been warmly welcomed.
Raphael Kandra and Misaki Kobayashi have claimed the top honours at the ILT NZ Southern Open PSA which also doubled as the South Island Championships.
Qatar and Iraq will make their debuts in the 2015 Men's World Team Squash Championship which will take place for the first time in Kuwait, from 12-18 December.
The Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee has received applications from 26 IOC-recognised International Federations (IFs), including WSF, proposing events to be considered for inclusion at Tokyo Olympic Games in 2020.
Megan Craig keeps kiwis hopes alive of a title win at the ILT Southern Open PSA.
The ILT & CTOS NZ Southern Open quarter-finals played out tonight at Squashcity Invercargill with a crowd of spectators eager to view some intense squash, and some huge upsets by the younger New Zealand contingent.
Megan Craig has claimed the Women's title whilst Declan James of England manages to get the win he was looking for in Palmerston North.
It is a very sad occasion for everyone involved in the squash community throughout the country to learn that Butch Gifford passed away earlier this morning.