Case Studies

Our New Zealand squash family come in all shapes and sizes and face a number of challenges. Discover how affiliated squash organisations all over the country are using good practice to succeed and take their business to the next level. From giving your members the best possible experience to supporting families in pursuit of well-being to creating motivating boxes to play in and making running a club simple, use this information to implement positive change within your own environments.

Case Studies

Innovative ways of increasing participation and membership

  • Otorohanga Squash Club - Business House Leagues. Click here
  • Squash Waikato - Promotional Event. Click here
  • United Matamata Squash Club - Merger. Click here
  • Belmont, Devonport & Browns Bay Squash Clubs - SquashFit Programme. Click here
  • Leamington Squash Club - Membership Surveys. Click here
  • North Shore Squash Club - Membership Fees. Click here
  • Tauranga Squash Club - Calendar of Programmes. Click here
  • Ohakune Squash Club - Community Partnership. Click here
  • North Shore Squash Club - Ethnic Diversity Inclusion. Click here
  • Squash Southland - Disability Inclusion. Click here
  • Club Kelburn - Racketball. Click here
  • National Squash Centre - Engaging Millennials. Click here
  • Royal Oak Racquets Club - Open Days. Click here
  • Te Awamutu Squash Club - Doubles Squash. Click here
  • Squash City Invercargill - Member get Member. Click here
  • Shepherds Park Squash Club - Scheduling Programmes. Click here
  • Club Kelburn - Virtual Squash Leagues. Click here
  • Mana Squash Club - New Member Welcome Procedure. Click here
  • Otautau Squash Club - Rural Community Hub. Click here

Innovative ways of creating a great junior experience

  • Ngaruawahia Squash Club - Kiwi Squash Junior Programme. Click here
  • Squash Northland - Kiwi Squash Junior Programmes. Click here
  • Mana & Tawa Squash Clubs - Unified Junior Programme Delivery Model. Click here
  • Timaru Squash Club - Junior Programme. Click here
  • Cambridge Racquets Club - Junior Programme. Click here
  • Manaia Squash Club - Developing Junior Potential. Click here
  • Squash Waikato and Waihi Squash Club - Microcourt School-Club Links. Click here
  • Squash Midlands - Club Equipment Kits. Click here

Innovative ways of creating a female friendly environment

  • Havelock North Squash Club - Women's Competitive Programme. Click here
  • Island Bay Tennis & Squash Club - Women's Programmes Pathway. Click here
  • Invercargill Mums and Bubs Group - Women's Casual Programme. Click here
  • Kawaroa Park Squash Club - Female Environment. Click here

Innovative ways that squash clubs have approached improving the squash experience through facility development

  • Tararua Squash Club - Court Development. Click here
  • Cromwell Squash Club - Building Extension. Click here
  • Tauranga Squash Club - New Facility. Click here
  • Liteclub & Squash - Facilities and the Environment Enhancement. Click here
  • Mount Maunganui Squash Club - Facility Upgrade. Click here
  • SquashGym Palmerston North - Pot Plants. Click here
  • Manurewa Squash Club - Facility Signage. Click here
  • Whanganui Squash Club - Facility Decor. Click here

Innovative ways of managing and rewarding volunteers, coaches, referees and administrators

  • Kawaroa Park Squash Club - Full-time Administrator. Click here
  • Franklin Squash Club - Part-time Administrator and Volunteers. Click here
  • Christchurch Squash Club - Contract Coaching Role. Click here
  • Squash City Invercargill - Volunteering Culture. Click here
  • Waimea Squash Club - Coach Development Investment. Click here

Innovative approaches to promoting and supporting squash

  • Whangarei Squash Club - Squashtron Promotion. Click here
  • Christchurch Football Squash Club - iSquash Pay2Play System. Click here
  • Browns Bay Squash Club - Coaching Apps. Click here
  • Squash Wellington - Promotional Deals. Click here
  • Mount Maunganui Squash Club - Health and Safety Project. Click here
  • Masterton Squash Club - Strategic Planning. Click here
  • International - Popular Innovations. Click here
  • Squash Otago - Tournament Posters. Click here
  • Otago Squash Club - Online Presence. Click here
  • Squash Bay of Plenty - Referee Development. Click here

Innovative ways of creating revenue - including outside of the traditional squash club operation

  • Te Awamutu Squash Club - Fundraising Event. Click here
  • Panmure Squash Club - Facility Hire and Fundraising. Click here
  • Harcourts Eden Epsom Squash Club - Sponsorship Partnerships. Click here
  • Club Kelburn - Court Usage. Click here

Other Cases of Best Practice

  • Sport Northland's interview of Whangarei Squash Club. Click here
  • Auckland Council's Beach Haven Sports Centre partnership video and iSquash access system. Click here
  • Clubware's membership management software with Club Kelburn. Click here
  • Squash Waikato's Kiwi Squash community development project. Click here
  • Squash New Zealand's nationally developed, regionally delivered CoachForce programme. Click here

Feeling inspired? 

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