Squash New Zealand is pleased to announce the appointment of Adam Odering to the role of Junior Selector, South Island. Squash New Zealand has identified the importance of having a selector from the South Island to ensure all regions are well represented in National selection discussions.
Paul Coll will be looking to go three in a row at the 2017 New Zealand Senior Nationals whilst Joelle King will be searching for her sixth title after missing the 2016 edition of the event.
Kiwi Squash is the official junior squash development programme of New Zealand. It uses fun activities and games to provide enjoyable learning and participation experiences for young kiwis from 5 to 12 years of age.
Campbell Grayson of New Zealand has taken out Greg Lobban of Scotland in the 2017 Squash XL PSA final on the all glass court in Auckland in a thrilling match of athleticism and shot play.
The biggest success factor beyond the activities your club or District runs is who is leading the experience. Use our recruitment guide and checklist to make sure your coaches are ticking all the boxes.
A positive reputation is one of the most useful marketing tools a club can have. Learn how to utilise technology to your advantage.
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Squash New Zealand advocates the availability of Automated External Defibrillators (AED’s) within all clubs and facilities.
Amanda Landers-Murphy of New Zealand has claimed the Matamata Open title whilst Greg Lobban of Scotland has taken the ILT Community Trust NZ Southern Open PSA title.
Egyptians are seeded to win both individual titles in the WSF World Junior Squash Championships next month in New Zealand - claiming a seventh successive women's title and reclaiming the men's trophy after three years in Peruvian or Malaysian hands.
Manu Yam has been appointed as the 2017 New Zealand World Junior Men’s Team Coach.
Why attending a coach development module will enhance your club’s membership experience.
The World Squash Federation has published a new history of its sport.