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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…

Squash to be showcased in groundbreaking Girls Do Sport campaign

Squash has been selected as one of nine sports in Scotland taking part in an exciting new multi-platform promotional campaign - Girls Do Sport. The ambitious partnership between women’s sport equality charity Scottish Women in Sport (SWiS)…
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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…

Oriam Becomes Home for Full Scottish Squash & Racketball Staff Team

We are delighted to be welcoming the full staff team for Scottish Squash as they make the move out to Oriam. The performance programme has been based at Oriam, and previously at the Heriot-Watt Centre for Sport and Exercise, for a number of…

Staffing update

SSRL are pleased to confirm the appointment of the following vacancies that were advertised earlier this summer. Kevin Moran has started his role with us as Regional Development Officer. Kevin’s role will be predominately focused around…
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Team Scotland v Rest of The World Squash Series

Some of the world’s best squash players, including current world number one male player Gregory Gaultier, will be in Scotland next week as a Rest of the World team takes on Scotland. A first event of its kind in this country, the Team Scotland…

Squash to be showcased at Pride Glasgow 2017

Scottish Squash is delighted to confirm its participation at the Pride Glasgow festival celebrations this weekend as the governing body continues its efforts to promote equality and diversity in squash. Scottish Squash works with a range…
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Forward thinking - world title holders Clyne and Lobban eye Commonwealth Games boost at World Championships

World squash champions Alan Clyne and Greg Lobban already have one eye on next year’s Gold Coast Commonwealth Games as they aim to defend their world doubles title in Manchester next week (Tuesday, August 1-Saturday, August 5). Clyne and…

SSRL announces partnership with iDare Sports

Scottish Squash and Racketball today announces an exciting partnership with iDare Sports. iDare Sports are the official Eye Rackets distributor for UK and Ireland. The partnership is a great opportunity to support the growth of the sport…
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Double Act: World Champions Clyne and Lobban return to doubles court

World champion doubles duo Alan Clyne and Greg Lobban have returned to the doubles court this week ahead of the defence of their world crown in Manchester next month. The Inverness players memorably overcame Australian home favourites David…
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Making strides - Rory Stewart reflects on his maiden season on the PSA World Tour circuit.

Crieff squash player Rory Stewart has secured a top 200 place in the world rankings to end a successful maiden season on the PSA World Tour circuit. The 20-year-old has climbed 240 world ranking places to 191 since joining the men's professional…

Job Vacancy

Scottish Squash & Racketball are recruiting for a Regional Development Officer and Child Protection Officer to join the staff team within the organisation. Full details on the positions can be found on our vacancies page of our webs…
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Mental resolve helps Greg Lobban to hat-trick of PSA World Tour titles.

Greg Lobban claimed the biggest title of his career at the weekend as his impressive form in New Zealand continues. Last week Lobban won the New Zealand International Classic in Palmerston North to secure back-to-back PSA World Tour titles…

Greg Lobban celebrates back-to-back PSA World Tour title wins.

Scotland's number two male squash player Greg Lobban has admitted his comeback to the PSA tour could not have gone any better after he added the Fitzherbert Rowe Lawyers New Zealand International Classic title to his CV. In October 2016 Greg…

Scottish Squash signs up to LGBT Sports Charter.

Scottish Squash is delighted to have signed up to the Scottish LGBT Sports Charter. The Equality Network, who launched the charter, want Scotland to be a country where everyone can take part, enjoy and succeed in sport at all levels whatever…