Lisa Aitken and Doug Kempsell shock defending champions and move into quarter-finals

Mixed doubles pair Doug Kempsell and Lisa Aitken shocked top seeds and defending champions Joelle King and Paul Coll from New Zealand this morning as they secured a place in the quarter-finals of the WSF World Doubles Squash Championships in…

Clyne and Lobban ease into quarter-finals - Day 1 round-up from the WSF World Doubles Championships

Defending men's doubles champions Alan Clyne and Greg Lobban are through to the quarter-finals of the 2017 WSF World Doubles Squash Championships after two opening day wins in Manchester. The pair won both their Group A matches without dropping…
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Forward thinking - world title holders Clyne and Lobban eye Commonwealth Games boost at World Championships

World squash champions Alan Clyne and Greg Lobban already have one eye on next year’s Gold Coast Commonwealth Games as they aim to defend their world doubles title in Manchester next week (Tuesday, August 1-Saturday, August 5). Clyne and…

Back in Blue: Carrie Hallam relishing return to Scotland colours

Carrie Hallam says she is relishing the prospect of donning Scotland colours again next week after being selected to compete at the WSF World Doubles Squash Championships in Manchester. The 19-year-old will team up with Scotland’s number…

Building blocks - Katriona Allen targets further success after ending season on a high.

Perth squash player Katriona Allen is hoping to reach new heights after winning the Women’s Scottish Doubles Championship title alongside partner Alison Thomson last Sunday. The win comes after an impressive singles season for the 19-year-old…

SSRL announces partnership with iDare Sports

Scottish Squash and Racketball today announces an exciting partnership with iDare Sports. iDare Sports are the official Eye Rackets distributor for UK and Ireland. The partnership is a great opportunity to support the growth of the sport…

Doug Kempsell and Kevin Moran shock world champions to land Scottish title

Doug Kempsell and Kevin Moran pulled off a shock win over world champions Alan Clyne and Greg Lobban to secure the Scottish Men’s Doubles Championship title at Scotstoun in Glasgow this afternoon (Sunday). While nobody doubted the quality…

'The Attacking Game' - CPD Opportunity

Details of the next CPD opportunity for any coach or volunteer are now available. 2 workshops will take place on Saturday 22nd July at Inverness Tennis & Squash Club and Scotstoun Sports Campus. This session is open to all coaches and volunteers…

SSRL announce host venues

Scottish Squash & Racketball (SSRL) are delighted to announce that the bid applications to host Platinum events and organise Gold events for the 2017/18 season have been confirmed. Following the successful bid process long discussions took…
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Double Act: World Champions Clyne and Lobban return to doubles court

World champion doubles duo Alan Clyne and Greg Lobban have returned to the doubles court this week ahead of the defence of their world crown in Manchester next month. The Inverness players memorably overcame Australian home favourites David…

Movers and shakers - rankings boost for Scots trio ahead of doubles swing

Scotland trio Lisa Aitken, Alan Clyne and Greg Lobban head into the doubles swing high in confidence having received a boost to their singles ranking. Aitken was the biggest mover this month climbing 33 places back into the world's top 100…

Olympic dream can fuel Next Gen

National coach Paul Bell believes the inclusion of squash as a showcase sport at the Buenos Aires 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games can provide a huge boost to the younger generation of players in Scotland. Buenos Aires 2018 will mark the first…
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European Masters Circuit - Newsletter - July 2017

July 2017 issue of the European Masters Circuit newsletter - Download here This will also be posted on the European Squash website. Up to date information about Masters Events is published not only on the ESF Website but also on Facebook…
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Making strides - Rory Stewart reflects on his maiden season on the PSA World Tour circuit.

Crieff squash player Rory Stewart has secured a top 200 place in the world rankings to end a successful maiden season on the PSA World Tour circuit. The 20-year-old has climbed 240 world ranking places to 191 since joining the men's professional…

Masters Sub Group - Minutes

Scottish Squash & Racketball (SSRL) met with the Masters Sub-Group, which included a group of Masters representatives from the full range of age groups, geographic regions and both male & female players and a review of the Masters…