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Houston siblings enjoy success at National Championships

Three Houston siblings enjoyed medal success at the Scottish Squash Junior National Championships in Aberdeen on Sunday. Orla, Findlay and Ruadhri McDougall all claimed a podium place at the tournament with Orla and Ruadhri becoming national…
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Crieff ace Rory Stewart lands national title

Crieff squash star Rory Stewart backed up his recent win at the British U23 Open by landing the national U23 title on Sunday at the Scottish Squash Junior and Under 23 National Championships in Aberdeen. The 20-year-old saw off the stern…
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Glasgow South Trio Land National Squash Titles

Two Glasgow South sisters made it a weekend to remember as they became national champions at the Scottish Squash Junior National Championships in Aberdeen. Siblings Jemma and Orla Young from Newton Mearns won titles in their respective…

CENTRAL MASTERS – 4/5 FEBRUARY 2017

The Central Masters tournament was held at the Bridge of Allan Sports Club on 4/5 February 2017. There were a healthy total of 79 competitors who took part in two Ladies’ events and eight Mens’ events. The main sponsor for the…

National Coach's January Blog

  Now that I have spent some time in my new role as National Coach I have had the opportunity to get to know the current systems that are in place and think about the way we want to approach the future of squash in Scotland. I will be…

Scottish Junior National and Under 23 Squash Championships - coming to Aberdeen shortly

There was relief all round when two hillwalkers were rescued earlier today from a mountain summit near Braemar, Aberdeenshire. “We were just so desperate to get to the Scottish Junior National Squash Championships in Aberdeen this weekend,”…

Alan Clyne retains Edinburgh Open title

Inverness squash player Alan Clyne hopes to build on Sunday’s stunning victory at the Edinburgh Open when he takes part in this week's Swedish Open. The 30-year-old Clyne rallied from a game down to beat Welshman Joel Makin 6-11, 11-8,…

Clyne Retains Edinburgh Open Title

The men’s final was between the two ¾ seeds, the Scottish and Welsh number ones, in their first singles meeting. Wales’ Joel Makin looked in ominous control in the first game, taking it 11/6 with Alan Clyne still to find his game. But…

EAST MASTERS – 21/22 JANUARY 2017

The East Masters tournament was held at the Grange Sports Club on 21/22 January 2017. There were a healthy total of 83 competitors who took part in two Ladies’ events and eight Mens’ events. Eric Donohoe, Christy Looby and the…

The Edinburgh Sports Club Open

The Edinburgh Sports Club Open and Graded Championships 26th – 29th Jan 2017 The Edinburgh Sports Club Open 2017 is the biggest tournament on the BSPA calendar and the biggest annual squash event in Scotland. The Men’s draw is headed…

Scottish Junior & U23 Nationals Seedings

The below download is the provisional seeds for the 2017 Scottish Junior & U23 Nationals. These have been decided by a panel consisting of: Paul Bell (National Coach), Lisa McKenna (Events Manager/East RDM) & Allan McKay (Tournament…

Rory Stewart beats top seed on way to British Under-23 squash title

Edinburgh-based squash player Rory Stewart claimed the biggest title of his career after winning the British Under-23 Open at Roehampton. The 20-year-old stunned English top seed Joe Green in four games in Saturday night’s semi-finals and…

Colinton Castle Open and Vets Doubles Championships 2017

The number of players entering was slightly down on last year but more players entered two events, which made the scheduling difficult but we were able to run more competitions in the age group including a men's over 65 and everyone had…

Kempsell bows out in last four in Nimes

Douglas Kempsell has already turned his attention to this month’s Edinburgh Sports Club Open after missing out on a hat-trick of PSA titles when his ten-match unbeaten run came to an end in the semi-finals of the Open du Gard in Nimes, southern…

Young stars descend on Edinburgh

January 2017. Not far away. Just when the good folk of Edinburgh were planning to tidy up after the revels of Hogmanay, comes news of another invasion. Not the Jacobites, this time, with their claymores and uisge-beatha, but an army of young…