As we continue to look at Joelle King this week in our #LoveSquash Campaign we go back to where it all began for Joelle and her plethora of successes to date.
Two New Zealand Commonwealth Games squash team members are in Chicago for the Windy City Open as their preparation for the Gold Coast and medals takes another step forward.
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!
The Oceania Squash Federation is seeking to undertake a coach education program aimed at enhancing the standard of coaching skills and the number of coaches in Samoa.
Squash New Zealand is proud to promote the 2018 National Squash Open Day alongside our #LoveSquash campaign.
Squash New Zealand is excited to announce a competition for our clubs to get involved to help promote and grow the game of squash!
Squash New Zealand is excited to announce our latest competition for fans of squash!
As we continue to look at Paul Coll this week in our #LoveSquash Campaign we need to go back to the beginning to see where it all started for Paul.
Kiwi squash pro Campbell Grayson has been beaten in the semifinals of the US$50,000 PSA Canada Cup in Toronto by the second seed from Ryan Cuskelly from Australia.
The 2018 World Coaches Conference will be held at the Carrara Squash Centre, Carrara Indoor Stadium, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia from Friday 21sy to Sunday 23rd September 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 organizing committee are proceeding preparation for each competition and ceremony. The organising committee estimate to announce the application guidelines, the details of each competition schedule and sport category, and contents of ceremonies sometime around November 2019.
New Zealand Commonwealth Games squash team member Campbell Grayson has scored his second top win at the US$50,000 Canada Cup in Toronto.
New Zealand third seed and world No.13 Paul Coll has been beaten in the semifinals of the US$70,000 USC Swedish Open in a marathon battle against the top seed.
New Zealand squash player, Paul Coll is into the semifinals of the US$70,000 USC Swedish Open after an easy win Egyptian seventh seed Omar Mosaad.
New Zealand squash player, Paul Coll has won his first round match at the US$70,000 USC Swedish Open with a hard-fought 72 minute come-from-behind 11-13, 11-9, 11-8, 11-4 victory over Malaysian qualifier Nafiizwan Adnan.
Squash New Zealand and the New Zealand Olympic Committee has named a strong seven-member squash team for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
New Zealand squash pro, Joelle King ranked No.9 in the world has beaten the current world champion and No.2 ranked Raneem El Welily of Egypt to win the title at the US$50,000 Cleveland Classic in the United States.
As we look towards the past for the last time in our #LoveSquash review of the Commonwealth Games, 2014 saw a squash team of fresh faces and experienced heads attend, but the Games saw only a single medal come home for squash.
New Zealand world No.13 Paul Coll has fought out an incredible battle in the final of the PSA US$70,000 Motor City Open in Detroit.
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.