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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…

Choosing Squash - Interview with National Champion Georgia Adderley

Rising squash ace Georgia Adderley is looking forward to a bright future in the sport as she continues her move into the senior ranks. The 16-year-old finishes school at the Mary Erskine School in Edinburgh this summer and will then have…

Job Vacancy

Scottish Squash & Racketball are recruiting for a Regional Development Officer and Child Protection Officer to join the staff team within the organisation. Full details on the positions can be found on our vacancies page of our webs…
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Mental resolve helps Greg Lobban to hat-trick of PSA World Tour titles.

Greg Lobban claimed the biggest title of his career at the weekend as his impressive form in New Zealand continues. Last week Lobban won the New Zealand International Classic in Palmerston North to secure back-to-back PSA World Tour titles…

Squash Returns to Benbecula

We are pleased to announce that squash has returned to the Southern Isles of Scotland on the Isle of Benbecula. A group of volunteers have worked hard to reintroduce squash by working on an old disused squash court. On completion of some maintenance…

Lisa Aitken caps off remarkable comeback with maiden PSA world tour title.

Scotland's Lisa Aitken claimed an ‘emotional’ maiden PSA world tour title in New Zealand last weekend to cap off a remarkable comeback following serious illness. In August 2014, whilst competing at an event in Malaysia, she was diagnosed…

Greg Lobban celebrates back-to-back PSA World Tour title wins.

Scotland's number two male squash player Greg Lobban has admitted his comeback to the PSA tour could not have gone any better after he added the Fitzherbert Rowe Lawyers New Zealand International Classic title to his CV. In October 2016 Greg…

Scottish Squash signs up to LGBT Sports Charter.

Scottish Squash is delighted to have signed up to the Scottish LGBT Sports Charter. The Equality Network, who launched the charter, want Scotland to be a country where everyone can take part, enjoy and succeed in sport at all levels whatever…

Masters Competition Structure

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…

Launch of New Competition Structure

Following a review of the competition structure within Scottish Squash & Racketball, a new competition pathway has been developed ahead of the 2017/18 season. The new competition structure will empower regions/clubs to deliver successful…