Commonwealth Games debutant Georgia Adderley reflects on a dream come true

Competing for Scotland was a fantastic experience. It was something I’ve been dreaming about for years and to go and pull on the Scotland kit in front of my family and friends was something incredible. It was an amazing event to be involved…

Check out our September news update

Our September newsletter featured some great news from the World Masters Squash Championship, as well as some great experience gained by the Junior Boys at the World Junior Team Championships in Nancy. We also had our first "Club Takeover"…

Scottish Squash confirm 2022/23 selection criteria

Have you always dreamed of wearing the blue and white of Scotland and representing your country on the squash court? Scottish Squash is pleased to confirm the selection criteria for Senior and Junior players that wish to represent Scotland…

Squash in Scotland individual membership launched

Following a consultation exercise with regions and clubs, Scottish Squash is pleased to announce details of the new Squash in Scotland membership structure. The focus of these consultations was to provide a fairer fee structure for clubs…

World Masters Champs a silver success for Scots

It was a double success for Scotland at this year’s BETARD WSF Masters Squash Championships in Warsaw, with Robin Ridley and Ian Ross both taking home well deserved silver medals in the men’s O65 and O75 draw. The silver medal adds to…

Sign up open for Scottish Squash focus groups

As a follow up to the Scottish Squash Strategy Development Survey 2023-27, we are holding four online focus groups to allow people to share their thoughts on the best path forward for squash in Scotland. These focus groups will allow people…

Season 2022/23: All Platinum Venues Confirmed

All venues are now confirmed for Platinum competitions during season 2022/23, as Scottish Squash are pleased to announce partnerships for the delivery of these important competitions. The full Platinum calendar is an exciting return to tradition…

Season 2022/23: Masters Regionals Competitions **Updated**

Previous Announcement August 2022 The Masters Regionals circuit consists of five Scottish Squash sanctioned competitions which precede the Scottish Masters National Championships. Out of our six regions, the region hosting the Masters National…

Scottish Squash duo Rory and Greg bring home first Commonwealth medal in 24 years

Rory Stewart and Greg Lobban won Scotland’s first Commonwealth Games medal since 1998, after a stunning 2-0 third place victory in the men’s doubles against Malasia’s Eain Yow Nq and Ivan Yuen. After a tough first game which finished…

Scottish Junior Inter-Regional Team Championships 2022: Match Schedule Confirmed

Scottish Squash is pleased to announce the confirmed match schedule for our first Platinum event of the season, the Scottish Junior Inter-Regional Team Championships, which will take place at Oriam (Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh) from 3rd…

JC Lindsay Scottish Junior Open returns for 2022

Scottish Squash are pleased to announce that entries into the 2022 JC Lindsay Scottish Junior Open are now being accepted. Individuals looking to enter the competition should do so online through the European Squash Tournament Software website. Individuals/groups…

Try the Scottish Squash Commonwealth Games Quiz

Would you like to put your Commonwealth Games knowledge to the test? Did you tune in to some Team Scotland squash coverage? We've got a challenge for you! The Scottish Squash Commonwealth Games Quiz is your opportunity to show off your…

First ever Love Squash Week a smash hit

The first ever Love Squash Week has been hailed a smash hit, with over 600 participants taking part in events and competitions across Scotland last week. The celebration of squash saw new and existing players getting on court at venues up…

The road to Birmingham 2022- Lisa Aitken’s story

Lisa Aitken is one of Scotland’s most decorated squash athletes, having already competed at two Commonwealth Games - Delhi and Australia in 2010 and 2018 – and having just been selected to represent Scotland again at Birmingham 22 this August. The…

Maggie Still reflects on preparations for the Commonwealth Games

We sat down with Maggie Still, CEO of Scottish Squash, to reflect on preparations for the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham and what it means not just to the players, coaches and support staff, but to the legacy of the sport. What is so special…