Entries by Andy Weston

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 →

Gold Coast quartet confirmed in bumper national championship draw as Clyne & Adderley defend titles

Four of Team Scotland’s Gold Coast 2018 squash contingent take their place in a bumper draw for this weekend’s (Friday 24th – Sunday 26th August) Sterling Trucks Scottish National Championships. The tournament, postponed due to adverse weather back in March, will be held at Edinburgh Sports Club with Scotland’s leading lights competing. It combines as …read more →

July 2018 Scottish Squash News Round-Up

It’s summer and despite most players being in the midst of pre-season training, there’s a lot going on in the world of Scottish Squash. Last week we announced the comeback of the Scottish Open, set for April 2019, after an agreement was reached with Springfield Properties to be headline sponsor of the event. The first …read more →


Springfield Scottish Squash Open confirmed for 2019

The Scottish Open is making a comeback following an 18-year hiatus thanks to backing from one of the country’s leading housebuilders, Springfield Properties. The builder of private and affordable homes has partnered with Scottish Squash, and the Professional Squash Association (PSA), the governing body for professional squash, to bring the Springfield Scottish Squash Open to …read more →