Two out of three for Kiwi squash pros at the World Champs in Manchester, England this morning.
A good start for New Zealanders at the World Squash Championships in Manchester this morning with both eighth seed Paul Coll and Campbell Grayson winning their respective first round matches.
In a unique collaboration between a court manufacturer and a leading squash coach, ASB Squash has teamed up with Australian Shaun Moxham to launch a new high performance squash training facility in the USA.
Amanda Landers-Murphy has claimed the $15K London Open Squash Championships title over the weekend.
New Zealand squash pro, Paul Coll has risen a place in the latest PSA rankings to a career-high ranking of No.8 in the world.
Favourites Egypt defeated defending champions England in the final of the WSF Men's World Team Squash Championship at Salle Vallier in Marseille to reclaim the World Squash Federation title they lost to England four years ago in Mulhouse, also in France.
Sport Northland inducted the 28th and 29th members of the Northland Legends of Sport class at the 2017 Conbrio Northland Sports Awards.
The New Zealand men’s squash team have finished sixth at the WSF World Team Championships in Marseille, after losing to hosts France 1-2 this morning.
The French city of Marseille has this week hosted the 47th World Squash Federation AGM and Conference, held alongside the WSF Men's World Team Championship.
The 2017 SNZ National Awards were held on the 25th November. The various winners for each awards can be found below.
Three years of preparation and hard slog is what has culminated in a huge year in 2017 for the North Shore Squash Club. It was during 2014 that North Shore were announced as the host venue for the squash competition during the World Masters Games, the largest multi-sport event in the world, to be held in Auckland in April 2017. Years of planning and collaboration between the club, Squash NZ, Squash Auckland, and WMG, has made the instantly recognisable club located on Lake Pupuke one of the most successful and thriving clubs in the country.
Throughout our community there are countless volunteers who give generously of their time to make squash such a great sport. They are the lifeblood of our clubs and they provide the inspiration and passion to make things happen. The Squash New Zealand Volunteer of the Year award recognises that contribution and this year the award goes to Nic Dann, a member of the Marlborough College Old Boys Squash Club.