Competitions Update – October 2021

Since the return of unrestricted squash across Scotland for all age groups, it has been great to see players return to squash courts across the country. As clubs and facilities continue to support the return of all activities, we’re preparing…
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Granite City offers glimpse at ‘untapped potential.’

Aberdeen Squash & Racketball Club hosted their first BounceBack event last weekend (Saturday, June 26) as juniors made a welcome return to court. It provided under-18s an opportunity to play competitively again at the home of Aberdeen…
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Colinton Squashers set for Festival Fortnight

Today (Thursday, June 17) marks the beginning of Scotland's annual LGBTIQ+ sports festival, organised by LEAP Sports Scotland. Festival Fortnight is a two-week programme of events which encourages LGBTIQ+ people and their friends to get more…
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Scottish quartet head to Denmark with World Championship dreams

Four Scottish squash players are competing in Denmark next week with aspirations of qualifying for the PSA World Championships. Alison Thomson, Fergus Richards, Georgia Adderley and Rory Stewart will all line up at the Odense Open between…

BounceBack competition programme prepares for extension into the adult game

In anticipation of a return to squash for over 18’s across parts of mainland Scotland on Monday 28th June, we are extending our BounceBack competition programme into the adult game. BounceBack sanctioned competitions have been supporting…
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Kevin Moran appointed Coaching & Competitions Manager

Scottish Squash are pleased to confirm that Kevin Moran has taken up a new role within the organisation as Coaching & Competitions Manager. Kevin enjoyed a successful 10-year career as a professional squash player, competing in two Commonwealth…
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Springfield Scottish Squash Open supported by the PSA

The Professional Squash Association (PSA) has launched its new grant scheme designed to increase the amount of international tournaments on the PSA Challenger Tour as the association looks to combat the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The PSA has…
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Latest News Update – April 2021

Our latest Newsletter looks back at last month's 'design a mascot competition,' the PSA World Tour's return and our seven-day International Women's Day tribute. We hear about Georgia Adderley's life-affirming lockdown and there's news…
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The Road to Birmingham – Doubles camp kicks-off Commonwealth Games preparations

The journey to Birmingham 2022 is underway for Scotland's top squash players who gathered for a bio-secure training camp before Christmas. Established PSA Tour stars including Greg Lobban, Alan Clyne and Lisa Aitken were joined by the rest…
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2022 Commonwealth Games selection criteria for squash confirmed

Commonwealth Games Scotland (CGS) in conjunction with Scottish Squash has confirmed the specific selection standards required for nomination to Team Scotland for the 2022 Commonwealth Games. These are in addition to the criteria laid down…
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December Competitions Update – a positive look forward to 2021

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic Scottish Squash unfortunately had to suspend the national competitions pathway at all levels in September this year, through until January 1st, 2021 at the earliest. We recognise this has been a major…
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Bouncing Back – Competitive squash makes welcome return to Scotland

Edinburgh Sports Club (ESC) played host to the very first BounceBack event last weekend as competitive squash made a welcome return to Scotland. BounceBack was launched earlier this month as a new competition structure, giving clubs an opportunity…
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Sabine sets sights on 2021 European Masters Championships

Masters Player of the Year Sabine Mackenzie has set her sights on European success when one of squash’s flagship events comes to Scotland next summer. The 2021 European Masters Championships will be staged in Edinburgh from 16 to 19 June…
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BounceBack events: kick-starting competitive squash in Scotland

Scottish Squash are delighted to launch an innovative new level of sanctioned competition aimed at kick-starting squash in Scotland. In line with current Scottish Government tier-level Coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance we’re pleased to announce…
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Edinburgh to host 2021 European Masters Championships

Scottish Squash is delighted to announce that it has been successful in its bid to host the 2021 European Masters Championships. The tournament is one of the most popular and well attended events in the squash calendar, traditionally attracting…