Squash New Zealand staff have been 'On the Move' recently, facilitating information workshops for clubs around the country. Around 200 people from 77 different clubs of all shapes and sizes took advantage of this valuable opportunity and now have more knowledge and tools to grow participation and memberships. To recap the Roadshow series and view the resources discussed click here.
After 8 days of squash at the North Shore Squash Club, the World Masters Games 2017 is being classed as one of the best games ever. A number of different countries have taken home titles in the teams event and the individual event (Day 1 Finals and Day 2 Finals). Thanks to all who have been involved in the event and if you wish to check out all the information from the event, check out the World Masters Games 2017 page and view a number of pictures from the event here.
Clubs all over the country are using good practice to succeed and take their business to the next level. Your club can use this information to implement positive change within your own environments. Check out the range of case studies.
The 2017 Southern Cross Travel Insurance Oceania Junior Championships were crowned at the Henderson Squash Club over Easter weekend. New Zealand walked away with 8 titles and Australia and Singapore with 1 each. All games were played in great spirit and the full results can be found here. The 2 days after the Oceania Junior Championships saw the Executive Travel New Zealand Junior Trans-Tasman Team take on the Australian team and claim the title for the third year in a row. It was a close affair throughout the event and the full story can be found here.
After an exciting 3 days of squash at the Aon New Zealand Junior Open the new 2017 champions have been crowned. Check out who claimed the titles in the event here. All of the other excitement and upsets from the weekend can be found on the Aon New Zealand Junior Open page.
Earlier in April Paul Coll and Joelle King competed in El Gouna Egypt in the El Gouna International and World Women's Championships respectively. Paul Coll made his way through to the quarter-finals where he fell to the Frenchman Gregory Gaultier in 4. Check out the full story and where to re-watch his match here. Joelle made her way through to the second round but was not able to get past England's Laura Massaro, going down in a tight 4-game encounter. Check out the full story on Joelle here.