The draws for this weekend's NZ Doubles Championships at the National Squash Centre have just been released, and there will be plenty of competition across the six divisions. All matches will be played across the four full-sized doubles courts at the Unitec-based complex.
New Zealand squash players Paul Coll and Joelle King have been seeded second in their respective singles draws for next month's Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
Squash has been given an opportunity to be a showcase sport at the Youth Olympic Games being held in Buenos Aires in 6-18 October 2018.
World Masters Games 2021 KANSAI will be widely held in the Kansai region of Japan including Kyoto, Nara, Osaka and more. Currently, 12 Prefectures and government ordinance cities in the Kansai region and the organising committee are proceeding preparation for each competition and ceremony. They estimate to announce the application guidelines, the details of each competition schedule and sport category, and contents of ceremonies sometime around November 2019.
As we continue our #LoveSquash campaign this week we take a look at who will be our next next generation of squash players by looking at the Junior Development Squads.
The 2018 Commonwealth Games Team will be holding a final Q&A night prior to the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games at the Howick Squash Club on the Wednesday 28th March from 6pm. Come along and see the team, wish them luck and find out what makes them tick before one of the biggest events of their lives.
The World Squash Federation has awarded Malaysia the rights to host the World Junior Squash Championships in 2019.
As we round out our profiling of our 2018 Commonwealth Games players alongside our #LoveSquash campaign we take a look at Zac Millar and his selection for his first Commonwealth Games.
As we get close to rounding out our profiles on our players competing in the 2018 Commonwealth Games and our #LoveSquash campaign, today we look at Lance Beddoes and where he has come from to get selected for the second time to represent New Zealand at the Commonwealth Games.
Squash New Zealand is proud to promote the 2018 National Squash Open Day alongside our #LoveSquash campaign.
Squash New Zealand, working alongside our partners BLK and Print House Ltd have been able to secure the production of branded #LoveSquash T-Shirts and Bumper Stickers to help promote our sport to the wider public!
Squash New Zealand is excited to announce our latest competition for fans of squash!
As we continue to profile our players in the leadup to the Gold Coast 2018 and in our #LoveSquash campaign we take a look at Evan Williams and the trials he has faced throughout his career to get him to this stage!
Squash New Zealand is excited to announce a competition for our clubs to get involved to help promote and grow the game of squash!
It’s the day we've been waiting for - launch day - Squash New Zealand takes great pleasure in announcing the #LoveSquash campaign. The goal of the campaign is to grow the profile of squash in the lead up to Commonwealth Games 2018 and increasing participation in our sport. This campaign is aimed at promoting our strategic objectives of Going for Gold and Increased Participation - and we need your help.