Scottish Junior Doubles 2014

The inaugural Scottish Junior Doubles Open took place at Scotstoun on Saturday, 20 December. The event was held on the same courts that hosted the Commonwealth Games this summer and was the first opportunity that junior players have had to compete…

West Masters Report

WEST OF SCOTLAND MASTERS – 6/7 DECEMBER 2014 The West of Scotland Masters tournament was held at Newlands Tennis and Squash Club on 6/7 December. The tournament was sponsored by e-max. There were a total of 54 competitors who took part…

Masters Home Internationals

Masters Home International Season 2014 – 2015 Schedule of matches                       ___         ________________ _________   MO40/60 WO35/40 April 24th-25th 15 Wales, Cardiff MO35/55/75 WO55 May…

Lobban wins fifth PSA title

Greg Lobban won his fifth PSA Tour title, claiming the Nick Matthew Academy Steel City Open in Sheffield. Greg came into the event as the top seed and looking to continue his fine run of form in recent events. After a straight-forward first…

South of Scotland Masters Report

SOUTH OF SCOTLAND MASTERS – 15/16 NOVEMEBER 2014 The South of Scotland Masters tournament was held at the Dumfries Squash Club on 15/16 November. The tournament was sponsored by Colorworx and Greyfriars Medical Centre and they helped to…
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Irish Junior Open - Three titles and more...

Scottish players returned from the Irish Junior Open in Dublin with 3 titles and 8 podium finishes this past weekend. Elspeth Young (GU19), Richard Hollins (BU17) and Georgia Adderley (GU15) were the winners, ensuring the Scottish squad claimed…

2015 Commonwealth Youth Games Squash Selection Policy Announced

The Team Scotland Squash selection policy for the Commonwealth Youth Games, to be held in Samoa in September 2015, has been announced. The first of the nine featured sports to have its policy approved and published by Team Scotland, the Commonwealth…
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WORLD DEAF SQUASH CHAMPIONSHIP 2014

Team Scotland consisting of Gerry Gemmell, Eric Stevenson, Mike Halpin and the ageless Bernard Starkey; returned from the World Deaf Squash Championships in Holland with a creditable third place in the team event. Players and teams from South…
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Clyne Gets Value for Money

After his excellent display in the recent US Open where he defeated ex-World No.9, Adrian Grant, in the first round and then went down fighting against World No.1 (at the time), Greg Gaultier, Scotland's No.1, Alan Clyne, has continued…

Lobban Takes Indian Summer Title

Scottish No.2, Greg Lobban, won his fourth PSA World Tour title on the weekend when he took out the Indian Summer Securian Open in St Paul, Minnesota, USA. After defeating World No.47, Campbell Grayson in the qualifying final of the US…

Scottish Success - Danish Junior Open

The first weekend in October saw a contingent of Scottish players make the trip to Copenhagen for the 2014 Danish Junior Open. A squad of 12 players travelled to the event accompanied by SSRL Academy coaches Martin Woods and Claire Gray, while…
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World Squash Day Saturday 18th October 2014

Squash clubs all over the world will be celebrating World Squash Day on Saturday October 18th with a stimulating and varied programme of events. World Squash Day is sanctioned and supported by the World Squash Federation, and gives clubs…

SCOTTISH SQUASH AND RACKETBALL MASCOT COMPETITION WE HAVE A WINNER!

Scottish Squash and Racketball has announced the winner of the Schools Competition to design Scotland's squash mascot - inevitably to be called WALLIE The winner, Mhairi Gibson, an S2 pupil at Queen Margaret's Academy Ayr in Ayr, was presented…
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The End Game - Stuart Crawford

It’s now 2 months since the Commonwealth Games came to an end and, with the recent launch of the new Scottish Squash website, I thought it would be appropriate to document some of my experiences of Glasgow 2014. Much has been said about…
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East Senior Ranking and Junior B 2014

The 2014 East Senior Ranking and Junior B event was held at the Grange Squash Club - the first event to be held on the two new glass-backed courts that the club had installed over the past 12 months. Michael Ross (Inverness) justified…