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?
Do you know what the number one promotional tool is at your club?
After 3 days of individuals and 2 days of teams event the Auckland Masters Team have claimed the 2017 New Zealand Masters Inter-District Teams event beating out Canterbury 6-5.
The 2017 SuperChamps National Finals are set with teams training hard to try and claim some of the most coveted trophies in New Zealand as they battle for glory and pride of their club.
After 2 days of battling it out on the bigger Doubles courts the 2017 New Zealand Doubles Champions have been found at the Devoy Squash and Fitness Centre.
Is your club providing meaningful information and experiences for these key membership segments?
Tony Johnston reports on the final day of the Masters Trans-Tasman Test Series and the fightback made by the kiwis.
The Professional Squash Association (PSA) and World Squash Federation (WSF) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding that will see the two bodies work in unison towards achieving a joint vision for the future of Squash on a global scale.
World Squash Federation Vice President Pablo Serna led a delegation representing Squash in the Pan American region at a meeting with the Organising Committee of the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires at which the sport's debut in the event was formalised.
There are squash courts everywhere, so why do we choose to play in a club?
Squash New Zealand’s role is to promote and enhance all aspects of squash activity in New Zealand through the development and delivery of programmes and activities from grassroots to the elite levels of competition.
Nominations are open for the district and national squash awards for 2016-2017.
Harcourts Eden Epsom Tennis and Squash club are looking for a superstar to increase membership of their awesome club, and build participation and engagement of their members.