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2019/20 Competition Calendar Update

Scottish Squash can confirm that the 2019/20 competition calendar has now been released. This follows the application windows for applying to host a Platinum competition and organise and deliver a Gold sanctioned competition. The calendar for…
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John Meehan aims higher after making mark on Junior scene

The 2018/19 squash season proved extremely rewarding for Scotland Junior internationalist John Meehan who is now looking to make the next step up when he moves to Edinburgh in September. It was a breakthrough season for the 17-year-old from Houston…
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Latest News Round-Up

In our latest newsletter and with the 2018/19 season at an end we caught up with Scottish Squash Performance Coach Kylie Lindsay who came on board last year. Away from the courts, former Scottish Squash President Jim Hay has been appointed…
Jim Hay, European Vice President.
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Jim Hay named Vice President of European Squash Federation

Former Scottish Squash President Jim Hay has been appointed a Vice-President of the European Squash Federation (ESF). Jim was elected on to the ESF board earlier this month at the 2019 European Squash AGM in Birmingham. His appointment…
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Latest News Round-Up

It's been another busy few weeks in the world of Scottish Squash both on and off court. Scotland's men shocked number one seeds France 3-0 on the final day of the European Team Championships in Birmingham to secure a bronze medal whilst…
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Latest News Round-Up

Our latest news round-up looks back at last week's Springfield Scottish Squash Open, the Scottish Masters National Championships as well as the Junior Inter-Regional Team Championships. Last weekend saw the international season get under…
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Teenage starlet Lucy Murchie reflects on 'amazing' Springfield Scottish Squash Open experience

Scotland’s teenage squash ace Lucy Murchie says competing at the 2019 Springfield Scottish Squash Open has been 'an amazing experience.’ The 15-year-old was due to play seasoned English player Rachael Chadwick in round one on Wednesday…
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Scotland Junior Squads Selected for 5 Nations and European Championships

We are delighted to announce the players selected to represent Scotland at the upcoming international Junior events. Congratulations to all players selected. Full squad details below. U13/U15 Five Nations Championships 2019 will take…
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Latest News Round-Up

It's been a busy time for Scottish Squash and this is reflected in our latest Newsletter. We look back at the Sterling Trucks Scottish National Championships and the 2019 Joma Scottish Junior Championships which were both held in recent…
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2019 Joma Scottish Junior National Championships - Boys' Round-Up

In a fitting conclusion to this year's Joma Scottish Junior National Championships in Aberdeen on Sunday, eight-time national champion Alasdair Prott (1) took on John Meehan, who was aiming for his first national title in the BU19 final. It…
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2019 Joma Scottish Junior National Championships - Girls' Round-Up

Bridge of Allan Sports Club's Rowan Niven is a national champion after victory at the 2019 Joma Scottish Junior National Championships in Aberdeen on Sunday. The 13-year-old won the GU15 title at Aberdeen Squash & Racketball Club, which…
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Going for Gold - a pathway towards a successful coaching career in Scotland

National Coach Paul Bell believes Going for Gold can provide an effective pathway towards a successful career coaching squash in Scotland The Going for Gold – Club Junior Development Programme, supported by Springfield Properties, was launched…
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Thrilling JC Lindsay Scottish Junior Open finals day brings 2018 to a close

Finals day at the 2018 JC Lindsay Scottish Junior Open witnessed some epic matches at Edinburgh Sports Club (ESC) on Sunday, December 30. Of the 10 finals played on ESC's renowned court 5, three went the distance with every match proving…
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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…