This section provides material related to the SSRL Performance Programme including news, general information about the various systems, representative results and reports, rankings and performance related articles.

British Open U23 champion Rory Stewart aims for more silverware after maiden senior title win

It was fourth time lucky for Rory Stewart who finally got the better of top seed Jaymie Haycocks at the weekend's BSPA Boston Open in Lincolnshire to land his maiden senior squash title. Stewart, currently world ranked 186, lost to the experienced…

Mission accomplished as Scots seal best finish since 2001 at World Team Championships

Scotland national coach Paul Bell says reaching the quarter-finals of the Men’s World Team Championships in Marseille for the first time in 16 years was mission accomplished. The 10th seeded Scots won a dramatic last 16 tie against Malaysia…

Edinburgh Sports Club top both tables in National League

Last Tuesday (21st November) saw further rounds of the Scottish National League take place. The men's league moved into round 2 of the competition and the women's league kicked off for the 2017/18 season. 2016/17 men's champions, Edinburgh…
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Rory Stewart aims to kick-start season on PSA Tour

Rory Stewart hopes to kick-start his season next week when he returns to the PSA World Tour. The 21-year-old picked up a back injury in the summer meaning he has competed in just one PSA event this season in Barcelona at the end of September. Having…

Alan Clyne and Greg Lobban selected for Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018

The first two squash players selected to compete for Team Scotland at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games have been named today by Commonwealth Games Scotland. Alan Clyne and Greg Lobban will take to the courts at Oxenford Studios from…

Quartet selected for Men's World Team Squash Championships in Marseille.

Scotland's number one ranked male player Alan Clyne will lead a four-strong Scotland team which will compete at the Men’s World Team Championships in France later this month. Clyne, who has risen to a career high world ranking of 24 this…
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Paul Bell hails Junior squash scene after British Championship success

National coach Paul Bell believes Junior squash in Scotland is on the rise after the countries best performance at a British Junior Championships in nearly 25 years. Scottish Squash took an 18 strong squad to Manchester last week and were…

Georgia Adderley makes history after winning British Junior title

Top seed Georgia Adderley wrote her name into Scottish squash history books this afternoon (Sunday) after claiming the GU17 British Junior Championship title in Manchester. The 16-year-old beat second seed Alice Green from Essex 11-8,11-6,7-11,13-11…

In-form Lisa Aitken seeks back-to-back PSA World Tour titles in France

Lisa Aitken is aiming for back-to-back PSA World tour titles at the Val de Marne Open when round once begins in France tomorrow (Thursday, October 26). The 27-year-old claimed her second ever tour title at the PwC Ladies Open in Frick, Switzerland…

Lisa Aitken lands second ever PSA World Tour title

Lisa Aitken landed the second PSA title of her career on Sunday after a commanding performance in the PwC Open final in Frick, Switzerland. The fourth seed scored her maiden victory in New Zealand in June and added a first European title…

Chris Leiper targets return to Scotland squad after summer of sweat

Chris Leiper hopes the hard yards put in during his summer training block can help him secure a return to the Scotland senior squad this season. The 24-year-old was part of the men's national team which memorably won a bronze medal at the…

Scottish Squash backs World Squash Day 2017

Scottish Squash are encouraging every club in Scotland to open their doors and support World Squash Day 2017 – which takes place this Saturday, October 14. The annual event aims to promote the game and encourages clubs to open their doors…
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Georgia Adderley discusses role models, ambitions and her love for squash as we celebrate Scotland’s Women and Girls in Sport Week

After four months away from competitive action, Georgia Adderley is back on a squash court and loving every minute of it. The teenage prodigy secured the best result of her fledgling career at last month's Barcelona Open seeing off top seed…

Greg Lobban in good shape for extended US Open run

Greg Lobban is looking for an extended run at the US Open which begins in Philadelphia on Thursday as he aims to build on an encouraging start to the season. The 25-year-old has risen six places to 39 in the world rankings this month boosted…

Waiting Game - Stuart George to bide his time before PSA World Tour return

Giffnock squash player Stuart George has targeted a return to the professional tour in November after being struck down by a mystery illness on the eve of his Scotland debut earlier this year. In April, the 26-year-old was set to don Scotland…