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.

European Team Championships - Paul's Preview

National Coach Paul Bell is confident Scotland can impress at this week’s men’s and women’s European Team Championships (ETC) in Helsinki which begins on Wednesday, April 26. The men’s team will be competing in Division One as the…

Under 19 European Team Championships - Lisboa Portugal

Click here for the link to the video from the event. Israel Boy 2: Al Prott v Ido Burstein Al came flying out the traps playing some of his best squash to completely dominate the first game. He controlled the pace extremely well…
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Junior Selections Announced

We are delighted to announce players have been selected to represent Scotland at the upcoming international events. Your team coach will be in touch with all of the event and travel details as well as details of a pre-event training squad. Congratulations…

National Coach - February Blog

February has been a packed month with too much going on to even mention but I would like to use this blog to reinforce my message relating to match play last month. The big event of the month involved taking 13 of the senior players to the…

16-Year-Old Adderley & Alan Clyne claim National Squash Titles

Sixteen-year-old squash star Georgia Adderley put in a superb performance to win the Sterling Trucks Scottish Senior National Championships on Sunday. The teenager from Edinburgh, who also plays age-grade football for her country, is…

Alan Clyne all set for another attempt at Scottish Championships

Current reigning Scottish Singles Champion Alan Clyne caught up with BBC Scotland's Keir Murray at Oriam last week to talk all things squash but more importantly how he hopes to retain his National title.  Click here to read the full artic…

Team Scotland Series at the Treble

Scottish sports fans are spoilt for choice this weekend as the Team Scotland Series continues with an exciting trio of Scottish Championship events. Building on successful events for judo and athletics in January, Team Scotland’s Glasgow…
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Squeezing in two sports easy for Georgia Adderley

ALTHOUGH Georgia Adderley denies it, she is clearly one of those people who is good at every sport she does. The 16 year-old is Scotland’s most promising squash prospect but not content with being an internationalist in just one sport,…
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Success at National Squash Championships for Inverness Players

Inverness Tennis and Squash Club players enjoyed success at the Scottish Junior and Under-23 National Championships in Aberdeen at the weekend. In-form Alasdair Prott won the Boys Under-17 section, while Ross Henderson lost in the final…
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Young retains Under-23 National Title

Kinross squash player Elspeth Young retained her title as Under-23 Scottish champion at the Junior and Under-23 Nationals in Aberdeen at the weekend. Young, 20, emerged as the winner having kept her nerve to defeat her training partner Katriona…
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Houston siblings enjoy success at National Championships

Three Houston siblings enjoyed medal success at the Scottish Squash Junior National Championships in Aberdeen on Sunday. Orla, Findlay and Ruadhri McDougall all claimed a podium place at the tournament with Orla and Ruadhri becoming national…
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Crieff ace Rory Stewart lands national title

Crieff squash star Rory Stewart backed up his recent win at the British U23 Open by landing the national U23 title on Sunday at the Scottish Squash Junior and Under 23 National Championships in Aberdeen. The 20-year-old saw off the stern…
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Glasgow South Trio Land National Squash Titles

Two Glasgow South sisters made it a weekend to remember as they became national champions at the Scottish Squash Junior National Championships in Aberdeen. Siblings Jemma and Orla Young from Newton Mearns won titles in their respective…

National Coach's January Blog

  Now that I have spent some time in my new role as National Coach I have had the opportunity to get to know the current systems that are in place and think about the way we want to approach the future of squash in Scotland. I will be…

Clyne Retains Edinburgh Open Title

The men’s final was between the two ¾ seeds, the Scottish and Welsh number ones, in their first singles meeting. Wales’ Joel Makin looked in ominous control in the first game, taking it 11/6 with Alan Clyne still to find his game. But…