Entries by Andy Weston

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The renaissance of Forthill Squash Club

The story of Forthill Squash Club is one of regeneration and inspiration. In 2015 the Broughty Ferry club had a membership of 23 which included just one junior player. But after the efforts of a dedicated committee and a ‘squash for all’ approach to recruitment the membership base has risen to 88, a third of …read more →

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Latest News Round-Up

In our latest newsletter and with the 2018/19 season at an end we caught up with Scottish Squash Performance Coach Kylie Lindsay who came on board last year. Away from the courts, former Scottish Squash President Jim Hay has been appointed a Vice-President of the European Squash Federation and we reveal details on how players …read more →

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Jim Hay named Vice President of European Squash Federation

Former Scottish Squash President Jim Hay has been appointed a Vice-President of the European Squash Federation (ESF). Jim was elected on to the ESF board earlier this month at the 2019 European Squash AGM in Birmingham. His appointment comes following five years of great service to Scottish Squash during his presidency and he continues to …read more →

Scots seek final push for Euro medals

Scotland’s men and women will battle it out for a bronze medal on the final day of the 2019 European Team Championships (ETC) in Birmingham tomorrow (Saturday). It comes after another day of drama at Edgbaston Priory Club which saw Spain’s men make an ETC final for the first time in their history after victory …read more →

Scots surge into semis at Euros

While the Women’s and Men’s top seeds England and France confirmed their places in the last four yesterday, it was Scotland who stole the show on day two of the European Team Championships in Birmingham with wins to back up yesterday’s upsets which book both teams a semi-final spot. The Scots are be joined by …read more →