Entries by Scottish Squash

Developing Squash in Schools

Scottish Squash & Racketball Ltd continues its drive to create opportunities for all whilst developing the game through schools by welcoming Stobhill Hospital School in Glasgow into an ever growing number of schools integrating squash into their PE sessions. Stobhill welcomed us into their school to mark out 2 squash courts in their gym hall …read more →


U15/17 European Team Championships

The U15/17 European Team Championships brought the 2014/15 season to a close this weekend in Lisbon, Portugal. Scotland were represented by Patrick O’Sullivan, Nathan Sharp and Emma Fitzsimmons in the U17 event and Alasdair Prott, Chris Murphy, Fraser McCann and Georgia Adderley in the U15’s. Both teams were accompanied by Assistant National Coach, Stuart Crawford, …read more →

Summer Camp Time

The Junior Excellence Programme summer camps are again being conducted at the National Competition and Training Centre at Heriot-Watt University on this coming 6-10 and 13-17 July. Each camp is run on a day camp basis so players can attend anything from 1-10 days of intensive training. Only members of the Heriot-Watt University Junior Academy …read more →

Staff Changes

SSRL’s CEO, John Dunlop, has resigned from his post. SSRL would like to acknowledge his contribution to the sport and wish him well for the future.

Scottish Open Racketball Championships 2015

The Pathfinder 4th Scottish Open Racketball Championships were held at Laurieknowe Squash & Racketball Club last weekend attracting nearly 40 local, Scottish and English players. As well as national titles at stake, it was the chance to gain UK National Racketball ranking points. Dumfries was well-represented and came away with two National Champions. Keith Gristwood …read more →

Developing Disability Squash

Scottish Squash recently held a workshop focusing on progressions and adaptations for delivering squash skills to young people with disabilities. It was held at Middlefield School in Glasgow which deals with Autism Spectrum Disorders. It was a great success with the teaching staff getting involved in the progressions to get a feel for the activities. …read more →