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Back-to-back titles for Angus Gillams down under

Scotland's Angus Gillams (2) made it back-to-back wins down under on Sunday (August 18) which secured him a tenth PSA Tour title. Last week Angus won the Men's Steel City South Australian Open beating in-form Egyptian youngster Moustafa…
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Scots pair set for new season after two-month Oriam training stint.

Gold Coast 2018 doubles pairing Lisa Aitken and Alison Thomson are gearing up for the new PSA Tour campaign following a gruelling pre-season at Oriam, Scotland’s Sports Performance Centre, in Edinburgh. The duo begin their 2019/20 season…
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The renaissance of Forthill Squash Club

The story of Forthill Squash Club is one of regeneration and inspiration. In 2015 the Broughty Ferry club had a membership of 23 which included just one junior player. But after the efforts of a dedicated committee and a 'squash for all'…
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Planes, trains and automobiles - title winner Rory Stewart reflects on his demanding end of season travels.

At the tail end of the 2018/19 season, Scotland's Rory Stewart won his first ever PSA Tour title. But that doesn't tell half the story of what was a physically and emotionally draining few weeks for the 22-year-old as he hot-footed it across…
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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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Angus Gillams seals eighth career title in Gibraltar

Scotland's Angus Gillams secured his first PSA Tour title of 2019 with an impressive victory at the Gibraltar Open. The 23-year-old came from a game down to beat Czech top seed Martin Svec 9-11, 11-6, 11-6, 11-5 after 53 minutes in Sunday’s…
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Competitions Update - July 2019

Preperations for the 2019/20 season continue to develop and our July competitions update should provide you with some key information. Platinum competition dates and locations have now been confirmed and we're inviting applications from…
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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…

Important Notice - Update

Wednesday 26th June 2019 Following Monday's situation at our offices in Oriam at Heriot-Watt University we are now back fully operational (Wednesday 26th June 2019). Thank you for your patience and understanding through this time. Monday…
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From Player to Coach - Kylie Lindsay discusses her transition into coaching

When Scottish Squash Performance Coach Kylie Lindsay retired from competing as a professional player at the end of 2014, a move into coaching wasn't top of her agenda. The New Zealander's last competitive outing was for her country at the…
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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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Breakthrough Fortnight - Rory Stewart wins maiden PSA title after Euro success

Scotland's Rory Stewart (4) has won his first PSA Tour title after victory in the final of the $5.5k Mar del Plata PSA Open in Argentina on Saturday. The 22-year beat Columbian Edgar Ramirez 11-6, 11-3, 11-8 (45m) to cap off a memorable…
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Paul Bell - Culture, spirit and belief key to success

Scottish Squash National Coach Paul Bell was full of praise for his Scotland squads after a successful 2019 European Team Championships concluded in Birmingham on Saturday. In the bronze medal match, Scotland's men beat top seeds and defending…
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Stunning Euro bronze for men as women claim best finish in 14 years

Scotland's men produced a stunning performance on Saturday beating top seeds and defending champions France to seal bronze at the 2019 European Team Championships in Birmingham. The Scots were flawless throughout the day with each player…