New Zealand squash pro and world No.10 Paul Coll returns to the scene of his biggest ever title win on the PSA World Tour this week. Coll lines up at the 2017 Channel VAS Championships at St George’s Hill in Weybridge, England, 18-22 October with the aim on defending his success.
Nominations are open for the district and national squash awards for 2016-2017.
At 2:23am this morning the squash family welcomed a new addition with High Performance Manager Shelley Kitchen giving birth to a little baby girl.
Squash New Zealand is pleased to announce the appointment of Glen Wilson to the role of Coaching Manager.
New Zealand’s World No.10 Joelle King pulled off a huge upset as she defeated third seed and defending champ Camille Serme (France) in the second round of the US$165,000 US Open to secure a quarter-final berth.
After what has been 3 days of high intensity squash Auckland and Central have claimed the Boys and Girls Junior Inter-District titles respectively. Waikato have also claimed the Gifford Cup for the best combined performance overall.
France's Minister of Sport Laura Flessel, hosted by French Squash Federation president Jean Denis Barbet, has visited the French Squash National Training Centre in Creteil to watch women's world No.2 (and WSF Olympic Commission member) Camille Serme competing in a French Regional League match on the eve of her departure for Philadelphia to defend her US Open title next week.
After some exciting matches on the final day of the 2017 New Zealand Junior Age Group Championships the winners have been decided.
Kiwi squash player Paul Coll has caused a big upset in the first round the US$165,000 men’s draw at the US Open in Philadelphia.
Squash New Zealand is pleased to announce the team of 4 to attend the 2017 World Men’s Team Championships to be held in Marseille, France from 27th November to 3rd December.
New Zealand squash professionals Paul Coll and Joelle King have differing draws at the US Open Squash tournament starting this weekend.
It is the final day of the 2017 SuperChamps Nationals and there are teams all around the country vying for the top title. Check back here throughout the day to see who clinches the titles and the final positions.
Squash New Zealand is pleased to have received confirmation from the World Squash Federation that 2 New Zealand referees have been appointed to the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games Squash Refereeing team for 2018.
Retention remains the club industry’s biggest problem. Gaining and retaining memberships is harder than ever. So, how are we going in getting more kiwis playing more squash more often?