Kevin Moran into Classic Plate final on Gold Coast as Alan Clyne loses epic Battle of Brits clash against Joel Makin

It was a day of mixed fortunes for Team Scotland on the squash courts today at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Alan Clyne's hopes of a medal in the Men's Singles was ended in painstaking fashion at Oxenford Studios. Having reached…

Scotland's Alan Clyne into quarter-finals at Gold Coast Commonwealth Games

Scotland's Alan Clyne is through to the quarter-finals of the Men's Singles event at the 2018 Commonwealth Games on Australia's Gold Coast. The eighth seed defeated Aussie Rex Hedrick 11-7, 11-3, 11-7 (48m) to progress to the last eight where…

Grampian Level 1 Coaching Course

Scottish Squash are pleased to confirm that the next level 1 coaching course will take place at Aberdeen Squash & Racketball Club on Thursday 24th May 2018 from 13:00-20:00. The new level 1 course aims to support candidates on to the…

Scotland's U13 & U15 squads head to France for Five Nations Championships

Earlier today Scotland's U13 and U15 squads jetted across the channel to compete in the Five Nations Championships taking place in Nantes, France from April 6-8. The U15 squad includes 2018 Scottish U15 champions Adam Hunter and Lucy…
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Euro vision: Georgia Adderley targets individual and team glory in 2019 after successful Polish audition

Georgia Adderley is hungry for more continental joy following a successful 10 days on the European stage. The GU17 British Junior national champion claimed a bronze medal in Bielsko-Biala, Poland last week as she competed in the European…

Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018: How to follow Team Scotland and the Squash Athletes Down Under

The countdown is very much on to the start of the 2018 Commonwealth Games which begins in earnest on Australia's Gold Coast on Wednesday, April 4th. Team Scotland's squash athletes arrived Down Under on Sunday, March 25 ahead of Wednesday's…
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U19 European Championships 2018

Good luck to our U19 European Team Championship squad who departed today. Alasdair Prott, Christopher Murphy, and Andrew Hill, flew out to join Georgia Adderley in Poland. Georgia competed in the earlier individual event securing a 3rd place…

TRAC Oil & Gas North of Scotland Open

Tournament Roundup 2018’s TRAC Oil & Gas North of Scotland Open was the 5th Anniversary of Aberdeen Squash & Racketball’s partnership with TRAC Oil & Gas. This year we added a W5 to our existing M10, a big milestone for us…

Board Director, David Massey Raising Funds for Highland Hospice

One of our Board Directors, David Massey from Inverness Tennis and Squash Club, is taking part in Strictly Inverness and unlike the BBC show, neither David or his dance partner had any dance training before their strictly journey started. David…

2018 Scottish Masters National Championships - Men's Round-Up, O55s-075s

Jimmy Wells won his seventh Scottish Masters National title last Sunday at Inverness Tennis and Squash Club after winning the Men's Over 55s trophy. Wells hadn't lost a game going into Sunday afternoon's final and came through his final in…
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2018 Scottish Masters National Championships - Men's round-up, O35s-O50s

Simon Boughton defeated old rival Peter O'Hara in a gripping Men's Over 45 final in Inverness last weekend to win his third Scottish Masters National title. Boughton came from 10-5 down in a tense fifth game to claim an epic 3-11, 11-4, 4-11,…
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2018 Scottish Masters National Championships - Women's Round-Up

Ailsa Polworth is a national champion after winning on home turf at the 2018 Scottish Masters National Championships in Inverness. Polworth won all four of her matches to claim the Women's Over 35s title on Sunday, March 11, at Inverness…

Alison Thomson overwhelmed by Commonwealth Games selection

An emotional Alison Thomson says she was lost for words after hearing of her selection for the 2018 Commonwealth Games. The 21-year-old will make her Games debut having been selected in the Team Scotland squad last month which heads to the…

Lisa Aitken: TRAC Oil & Gas North of Scotland Championship win would be best title yet

Scotland’s number one female squash player Lisa Aitken says winning the TRAC Oil & Gas North of Scotland Championships in Aberdeen this week would be a career highlight. The 28-year-old grew up playing on the courts at Aberdeen Squash…

TRAC North of Scotland Championships - Qualifying Round 1 Results

Day 1 from qualifying of the TRAC North of Scotland Championships treated the local crowd to some excellent squash. It was a busy day as this was the first time that we have held a Women's PSA event alongside the Men's event. Home interest…