Our fourth draw for the #LoveSquash competition has taken place and the lucky winners are...
While Squash relished its sixth appearance in the Commonwealth Games since making its debut in Malaysia in 1998, hosts Australia together with New Zealand and England shared the gold medals in the five events at Oxenford Studios in Gold Coast - with New Zealand topping the medals table for the first time since 2002.
It was the 16th match for Kiwi squash player Joelle King who has played every day of the Commonwealth Games, but every match has been worth it as the 29-yearold from Cambridge finished with two gold medals and one bronze.
Another medal for the New Zealand squash team as the mixed combination of Joelle King and Paul Coll won bronze in emphatic fashion at Oxenford Studios.
Our third draw for the #LoveSquash competition has taken place and the lucky winners are...
A strong united delegation of senior officials of the World Squash Federation (WSF), joined by the Professional Squash Association (PSA), are in Gold Coast this week to attend the XXI Commonwealth Games, as the sport celebrates the 20th anniversary of its inclusion in the event.
Gold and silver at the squash singles finals for New Zealand as Joelle King played an epic match to win her final but Paul Coll found himself beaten by an in-form Englishman in his final.
Squash New Zealand is excited to announce our latest competition for fans of squash!
Squash New Zealand is excited to announce a competition for our clubs to get involved to help promote and grow the game of squash!
It’s the day we've been waiting for - launch day - Squash New Zealand takes great pleasure in announcing the #LoveSquash campaign. The goal of the campaign is to grow the profile of squash in the lead up to Commonwealth Games 2018 and increasing participation in our sport. This campaign is aimed at promoting our strategic objectives of Going for Gold and Increased Participation - and we need your help.