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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…

2020 World Squash Day competition winner

Scottish Squash has been supporting 2020 World Squash Day through our Squash Around Scotland competition. We asked members of Scotland's squash community to post a photo or video on social media with a squash racket or ball in hand near an…
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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…

Latest News Update

October's Newsletter has details of our World Squash Day (October 10, 2020) competition and news of Scottish Squash's extended partnership with kit suppliers Total Teamware Ltd. We also have a run-down of how we supported UK Coaching Week…
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Scottish Squash extend partnership with Total Teamware Ltd

Scottish Squash has agreed an extension to the agreement with kit supplier Total Teamware Ltd (TTL) which will see Joma branded playing and training gear continuing to be worn by Scotland players and coaches during major international events. The…

2020 World Squash Day competition

Scottish Squash is supporting 2020 World Squash Day by launching the Squash Around Scotland competition. The competition aims to help promote the sport you love for World Squash Day, which takes place on Saturday, October 10. Tagging @ScottishSquash…
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Greg Lobban grateful to be competing & proud of world rankings boost

Scotland's Greg Lobban returned to competitive action at the Manchester Open this month following his best ever season on the PSA World Tour. The 28-year old finished a curtailed 2019/20 campaign playing at the Canary Wharf Classic in March…
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Paul Bell on coaching life without squash: 'It's brought us all much closer together.'

When we speak to Director of Squash Paul Bell it’s six months to the day since the PSA World Tour was suspended due to COVID-19. We’re also on the eve of the tour restarting at the Manchester Open and it’s the middle of UK Coaching…
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Lisa primed for Manchester as Scots trio return to action

Squash ace Lisa Aitken feels in good shape ahead of a return to action this week following the enforced six-month lay-off. The PSA World Tour is back in the sporting calendar having been suspended in March due to COVID-19. Some of the…
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Inverness fitting host city for Springfield Scottish Squash Open - Fergus Richards

Professional squash player Fergus Richards is delighted the Springfield Scottish Squash Open is heading to the Highlands next year. Fergus spent his junior years training at Inverness Tennis and Squash Club, the venue for next year's tournament…
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2021 Springfield Scottish Squash Open heads to Highland capital

Scotland's flagship squash tournament is heading to the Highlands next year thanks to the support of Springfield Properties, one of the country’s leading private and affordable housebuilders. The 2021 Springfield Scottish Squash Open will…
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Rory Stewart aims to replicate Scotland form on PSA Tour

Rory Stewart is determined to replicate his Scotland form on the PSA Tour when the new season begins. For many athletes pulling on the nation jersey is a source of inspiration and it certainly brings the best out of Scotland's number three…
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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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Top Junior John Meehan relishing return to Oriam training

Scotland's top junior male player John Meehan is hoping his summer training block has paid off when he returns to court at Oriam later this month. The University of Edinburgh student heads back to the capital in mid-August after spending…
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First class lockdown for new grad Katriona

It's been a lockdown of two halves for Perth squash player Katriona Allen. After finishing third at the Sterling Trucks Scottish Nationals in March, she took advantage of the enforced shutdown to initially focus all her energies into completing…