Entries by Scottish Squash

Masters Competition Structure

Scottish Squash & Racketball (SSRL) met with the Masters Sub-Group, which included a group of Masters representatives from the full range of age groups, geographic regions and both male & female players and a review of the Masters competition structure was carried out. Following a wide ranging discussion the Masters Group agreed to make the following changes for …read more →

Launch of New Competition Structure

Following a review of the competition structure within Scottish Squash & Racketball, a new competition pathway has been developed ahead of the 2017/18 season. The new competition structure will empower regions/clubs to deliver successful events in partnership with Scottish Squash & Racketball. The sanction window for clubs to register Bronze, Silver and Gold events along with the …read more →

British Open Masters Championships

The 2017 British Open Masters Championships took place from 6th – 11th June at Colts Health & Fitness Club in Surrey. A number of our Masters players were in action with notable performances coming from Fiona McLean (WO55 winner), Robin Ridley (MO60 runner-up) and John Rae who picked up a Player of the Year award …read more →

Interim Appointment

SSRL is pleased to confirm that Garry McKay has started his role with us as Interim Head of Operations. In this six month interim period, Garry will also work closely with the East Region to scope out the requirements, ensure the delivery of targets in the region and be the initial point of contact for …read more →

2017-2018 Masters Calendar

Masters Calendar for the 2017-2018 season has been published on the ESF website. You can find all dates and venue details on the link : www.europeansquash.com/calendar   Please contact Pavel Sladecek if you require any further information. pavel.sladecek@europeansquash.com

Nottingham Home Internationals

Men’s Over 40 The team assembled in Nottingham for the MO40s on what turned out to be a lovely and warm sunny day. The squad were aware of the challenge ahead having seen the teams presented by the other Home Nations in what is now a very competitive age group with Ireland having ousted English …read more →

European Team Championships 2017

Photo credits to Petteri Repo National Coach Paul Bell believes the performances of his men’s and women’s squads at the European Team Championships in Helsinki proves the sport is in a healthy state. The women’s team, featuring 16-year-old national champion Georgia Adderley, claimed a bronze medal in their first year back in division two, narrowly …read more →

Dublin Home Internationals

Scotland v. Ireland Friday evening in Dublin at the prestigious Fitzwilliam club and we were up against the home team of Ireland. John Kynoch led us out at number 5 against John Fasenfeld and got off to his customary slow start, going 0-1 down. However, once he got a feel for the court and his …read more →

Cardiff Home Internationals

2017 Home Internationals Information booklet can be downloaded here. The booklet contains full results. Men’s Over 50 The Scotland O50s players congregated in Cardiff for this year’s MO50s Home Internationals having travelled by planes, trains and automobiles.  Other than a considerable amount of swearing at intervals, there were no other similarities with the Steve Martin …read more →