Entries by Andy Weston

June 2020 News update

No squash, no problem. There’s still plenty to report on in our latest newsletter as the squash community gets creative during this time away from court. We’ve ran a number of online webinars aimed at supporting the development of coaches in recent weeks and established online forums for clubs and coaches to remain connected and …read more →

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The Sunday Feature with Alison Thomson

Alison Thomson was in Canada competing in back-to-back PSA Challenger events when it became apparent that a new reality was dawning. Having competed in Calgary the week before, she had made the trip across to Regina to play in the Queen City Open, beginning on March 11. During tournament it was announced that a travel …read more →

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The Great Gadsby comeback

It’s January 2018 and Claire Gadsby is back on court a year after seriously injuring her anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). She’s competing in the same tournament, on the same court against the same opponent. Gut-wrenchingly, it’s the same outcome. Deep into the closing stages of her Bridge of Allan Senior Gold match against Katriona Allan, …read more →

COVID-19: The Scottish Squash toolkit

We continue to live in unprecedented times as the whole country and many parts of the world take measures to combat coronavirus/COVID-19 . Please read our most recent COVID-19 guidance note (June 25) here. The way we go about our everyday life has changed dramatically in the space of just a few months with various …read more →

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Jamie savours Giffnock’s first national title

Giffnock Tennis Squash & Hockey Club have been confirmed as the 2019/20 Scottish Squash Men’s National League champions for the very first time. The Glasgow southsiders were the outstanding club this season going unbeaten throughout the competition. Led by their club champion and captain James Singh, Giffnock got the better of ten other teams to …read more →