Junior Inter-Regionals preview: Young Scots set to take centre stage

Scotland’s young squash stars and future prospects are set to take centre-stage at the Scottish Junior Inter-Regional Championships as Scotland’s squash season gets underway at Oriam this weekend. A total of 102 juniors from across Scotland…
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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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Encouraging signs for sport as Shetland returns to full junior capacity

Shetland Squash are proving the love for squash is still strong with juniors flocking back to court since March. After more than a year of uncertainty across all sectors of society due to COVID-19, the reopening of squash courts on the island…
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Callum ‘buzzing’ after mascot winning surprise

Glasgow West End squash newbie Callum Smith is 'buzzing' after winning Scottish Squash's 'design a mascot' competition this month. The Governing Body were asking kids (under-18) to create a mascot, with the winning drawing inspiring Scotland's…
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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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Kids encouraged to ‘get creative’ as Mascot competition deadline approaches!

Director of Squash Paul Bell is encouraging youngers to get creative off-court as they await a return to action. Scottish Squash are looking for kids (under-18) to design a brand new mascot, with the winning drawing set to inspire the Governing…
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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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Squash challenge encourages members back as Inverness gets creative

Inverness Tennis and Squash Club members have returned in their numbers to take part in a new target squash challenge. Players of all age groups have joined forces for the challenge and got their competitive juices flowing again as they await…
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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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Coach of the Year – ‘early signs encouraging’ as players return to training

After six months away from court, award winning squash coach Martin Woods has been encouraged by the early signs from his charges during the return to training. Martin coaches players from all age groups at both Scotstoun Sports Campus and…
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Kyle Penman breaks new ground in trophy-laden season

Squash ace Kyle Penman says hard work and his 'shock' win at the 2019 Welsh Junior Open led to him having his best ever season. The Bridge of Allan youngster defeated top ranked boys under-15s player Jack Mahon and third seed Jack O Flynn…
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Junior champ Lucy aims to bridge gap with senior pros

Scotland's top female junior squash player Lucy Murchie says consistency will be key as she aims to make her mark against the seniors next season. The five-time junior national champion is continuing her off-court fitness drive ahead of…
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Prepare for a return to squash

As squash players across Scotland eagerly anticipate a return to court in the near future, it's imperative players at all levels are fully prepared. After many frustrating months off court the last thing you want to do is get injured on…
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Rory Richmond steps out comfort zone during new fitness drive

Edinburgh junior Rory Richmond is using his time away from a squash court to get into peak fitness in preparation for a return to the sport. The 15-year-old admits he's really missing being on court but aims to be in the best possible position…
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Starlet Anna champions healthy mindset during Mental Health Awareness Week

She's just at the beginning of her squash career but rising talent Anna Halliday already knows the importance of maintaining a healthy mindset. Under normal circumstances, the 14-year-old can be seen on the squash courts at Bridge of Allan…