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Alasdair Prott targets strong finish to 2018 and fourth JC Lindsay Scottish Junior Open title

Rising star Alasdair Prott hopes to finish the year strongly and cap off an impressive couple of months with another domestic title. The 17-year-old from Inverness made the step up to Under-19 level earlier this year and has not disappointed. In…
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Top Scots set to descend on Nottingham for Dunlop British Junior Championships

Alasdair Prott and Georgia Adderley will lead the Scottish charge this weekend as the finest juniors from across Britain compete at the Dunlop British Junior Championships (BJC) in Nottingham. A total of 32 Scots are in the draw for the three-day…
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Scottish Squash sign new three-year kit deal with TTL and launch online store

Scottish Squash has reached an agreement with kit supplier Total Teamware Ltd (TTL) which will see Joma branded playing and training gear being worn by Scotland players and coaches during major international events. The three-year deal sees…
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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…
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Scotland squad named for 2018 WSF World Junior Championships

National coach Paul Bell has named a five-strong squad to represent Scotland at the WSF World Junior Championships next month. For the third time since 2002, India will host the Championships after winning the rights from the World Squash…
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Euro vision: Georgia Adderley targets individual and team glory in 2019 after successful Polish audition

Georgia Adderley is hungry for more continental joy following a successful 10 days on the European stage. The GU17 British Junior national champion claimed a bronze medal in Bielsko-Biala, Poland last week as she competed in the European…
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U19 European Championships 2018

Good luck to our U19 European Team Championship squad who departed today. Alasdair Prott, Christopher Murphy, and Andrew Hill, flew out to join Georgia Adderley in Poland. Georgia competed in the earlier individual event securing a 3rd place…
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Scottish Squash Gala Dinner & Annual Awards - Postponed

Scottish Squash are excited to announce our Gala Dinner and Awards evening to take place at our new home in the Oriam, Scotland’s High Performance Centre for Sport, at Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh on Saturday March 17th from 7pm until…
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Hard work pays off for Chris Murphy ahead of move into pro ranks

Giffnock squash player Chris Murphy believes his hard work is paying dividends following success at the JC Lindsay Scottish Junior Open in Edinburgh last month. The 17-year-old St Ninian's High School pupil claimed a bronze medal in the highly…
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Alasdair Prott eyes year end silverware at JC Lindsay Scottish Junior Open

One of Scotland's most promising Junior squash players Alasdair Prott is targeting a successful defence of his JC Lindsay Scottish Junior Open title when the action gets under way in Edinburgh on Thursday, December 28. Scottish Squash's flagship…
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Paul Bell hails Junior squash scene after British Championship success

National coach Paul Bell believes Junior squash in Scotland is on the rise after the countries best performance at a British Junior Championships in nearly 25 years. Scottish Squash took an 18 strong squad to Manchester last week and were…

2017 Under 13 & 15 Five Nations

Under 13 England Ben Barron v Finnlay Whitington Ben started off strongly matching his opponent with controlled lengths holding his own up to 3-3 but Finnlay moved up the gears to take a 2/0 lead. Ben put absolutely everything in to…
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Junior Selections Announced

We are delighted to announce players have been selected to represent Scotland at the upcoming international events. Your team coach will be in touch with all of the event and travel details as well as details of a pre-event training squad. Congratulations…
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Squeezing in two sports easy for Georgia Adderley

ALTHOUGH Georgia Adderley denies it, she is clearly one of those people who is good at every sport she does. The 16 year-old is Scotland’s most promising squash prospect but not content with being an internationalist in just one sport,…
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Success at National Squash Championships for Inverness Players

Inverness Tennis and Squash Club players enjoyed success at the Scottish Junior and Under-23 National Championships in Aberdeen at the weekend. In-form Alasdair Prott won the Boys Under-17 section, while Ross Henderson lost in the final…