Entries by Andy Weston

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Alasdair Prott targets strong finish to 2018 and fourth JC Lindsay Scottish Junior Open title

Rising star Alasdair Prott hopes to finish the year strongly and cap off an impressive couple of months with another domestic title. The 17-year-old from Inverness made the step up to Under-19 level earlier this year and has not disappointed. In 2017, he became the first ever Scot to reach a Dunlop British Junior Championships …read more →

Scottish Squash appoint Paul Walters to oversee new commercial direction

Scottish Squash have appointed internationalSPORTgroup Chief Executive Officer Paul Walters to drive, develop and implement an exciting new commercial direction for the Scottish governing body. The new commercial position will see an overview and implementation of a new commercial framework across all potential revenue streams, including but not limited to broadcasting, advertising, fundraising, licensing and …read more →

October 2018 Scottish Squash News Round-Up

Georgia Adderley headlines our latest newsletter following her gold medal at the 2018 Dunlop British Junior Championships in Nottingham last weekend. She beat England’s Alice Green in the GU19 final 11-4, 11-8, 5-11, 11-7 to secure her second British title. Alasdair Prott won a bronze medal and there was a total of eight Scots who …read more →

Scottish Squash Staff Updates

During the summer period, there have been some internal appointments to our staff team which will ensure the ongoing delivery of the 2015-2019 strategic plan. In our Performance Team, Kevin Moran has taken on a part time position as Senior Performance Coach, supporting our National Coach, Paul Bell. Kevin will also continue in his part …read more →

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Top Scots set to descend on Nottingham for Dunlop British Junior Championships

Alasdair Prott and Georgia Adderley will lead the Scottish charge this weekend as the finest juniors from across Britain compete at the Dunlop British Junior Championships (BJC) in Nottingham. A total of 32 Scots are in the draw for the three-day event (26-28 October), now established as one of the biggest domestic junior tournaments on …read more →

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Scottish Squash sign new three-year kit deal with TTL and launch online store

Scottish Squash has reached an agreement with kit supplier Total Teamware Ltd (TTL) which will see Joma branded playing and training gear being worn by Scotland players and coaches during major international events. The three-year deal sees TTL come on board as Official Kit Partner to Scottish Squash with Joma kit being supplied to players …read more →

Jim Hay wins Team Scotland Volunteer of the Year award

Scottish Squash President Jim Hay has been recognised for his superb contribution to squash by winning the 2018 Volunteer of the Year award at a glittering Team Scotland Scottish Sports Awards ceremony last night (Thursday, September 13). More than 550 people joined the celebrations at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre, where the evening was hosted …read more →

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Scottish Squash secure award from the Year of Young People National Lottery Fund

Scottish Squash are today delighted to announce the award of a grant which will help develop the next generation of young referees in Scotland. 2018 is the Year of Young People in Scotland and to mark the occasion, a new fund from The National Lottery has been made available for projects celebrating young people aged …read more →