Entries by Scottish Squash

SGB Club & Member Survey

Sportscotland and Scottish Squash want to understand the wider benefits you experience from taking part in sport. Please take a few minutes to tell us about the sport and physical activity that you do, both with your club and in your everyday life. We’re also keen to understand how you became involved in your club, …read more →

CEO’S MESSAGE

Scottish Squash has been through an exceptional period of change. The organisation has new leadership and is transformed into a positive, focussed and collaborative organisation. We have achieved strategic goals by delivering growth and sustaining existing players. Membership across Squash in Scotland has grown by over 80% in the 2015-19 cycle, meanwhile, our performance players …read more →

JOB VACANCY

No squash experience? No problem! Even if you think you know squash, check out the links below: Click here, here and here. It’s an exciting time to get involved with squash in Scotland. Scottish Squash are at the beginning of a new strategic plan, ‘A Sport For Health’, where the main development aims are to bring the ‘world’s healthiest sport’, and all …read more →

Obituary

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Scottish internationalist John Rae. John passed away peacefully on Saturday evening with Michelle and his family at his bedside. John was a talented squash player who enjoyed unprecedented success at regional, national and international level. He represented Scotland at masters level on numerous occasions …read more →

GRAMPIAN MASTERS – 19/20 OCTOBER 2019

GRAMPIAN REGIONAL MASTERS – 19/20 OCTOBER 2019 The Grampian Regional Masters competition was held at the Aberdeen Squash and Racketball Club (ASRC) on 20/21 October 2019. There were a total of 80 competitors who took part in two Ladies’ categories and nine Mens’ categories. Mark Gauci, Ernie Cowell, Jim Webster and the Grampian committee managed …read more →

Board Vacancy

An opportunity has arisen to join the Scottish Squash Board in the below roles. The successful individual will gain expertise of supporting and advising a small and dynamic Board. As a Board member, they will help to shape the future of the sport of squash in Scotland, particularly in relation to overseeing the next stage …read more →

Reg Dawson Inaugural Memorial Trophy

Townend Squash Club in Ayrshire lost a stalwart earlier in the year and a tournament was held in his honour. There were 2 age categories over 50 and over 60. The tournament was well represented and some competitive Squash was witnessed by all. Good fun and the players participated in a friendly and jovial spirit. …read more →

JOB VACANCY

Scottish Squash are recruiting for a Club Development Officer (North) to join the staff team within the organisation. Full details on the position can be found on our vacancies page of our website.

Scottish Squash extends partnership with SportyHQ

Scottish Squash are delighted to confirm that we have extended our partnership with SportyHQ to cover the 2019-2023 strategic plan: ‘A Sport for Health’. The new agreement will continue to see Scottish Squash use SportyHQ as our primary competition and events platform, as well as allowing all member regions, clubs and facilities to access the …read more →

Scottish Squash 2019 Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting will take place on Sunday 15th September 2019 at Oriam, Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh EH14 4AS. The Annual General Meeting will consider the following: To approve the previous AGM Minutes To approve the Annual Report Adoption of the 2018/2019 Accounts All papers can be found here Presentation of Annual Awards 2018-19 At the …read more →

Annual Awards

Season 2018-19 The Scottish Squash Annual Awards provide the perfect opportunity to recognise, reward and celebrate the outstanding accomplishments of the fantastic people who are contributing great things to squash in Scotland. Six award categories are up for grabs and all nominations for each category, apart from the Services to Squash award*, must relate to …read more →