Due to the escalating health and safety issues arising from the global outbreak of the COVID-19, Scottish Squash have decided to postpone the remaining Scottish Squash Platinum competitions scheduled to run from Monday 16th March onwards.
Please note, the Sterling Trucks Scottish National Championships scheduled to take place at Edinburgh Sports Club this weekend will run as normal.
The following Scottish Squash Platinum competitions/events are now postponed:
Scottish Masters National Championships: 20th – 22nd March – Inverness Tennis & Squash Club
Premier Squash League, Alba Storm v Birmingham: 24th March – Newlands Lawn Tennis Club; Glasgow
Scottish Junior Inter-Regional Team Championships: 17th – 19th April – Oriam, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh
Scottish Racketball National Championships: 24th – 26th April – Scottish Squash Rackets Club, Glasgow
Scotland Masters Home Internationals: 1st – 2nd May – Edinburgh Sports Club
Clearly, this decision was not taken lightly as we acknowledge the impact that this has on the players, host venues and competition organisers but the health and wellbeing of competitors, staff, officials and our spectators remains of paramount importance to us.
Scottish Squash will monitor the ongoing situation over the coming weeks and months and communicate further on the above competitions accordingly.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank all involved for their understanding with this current situation and how it has affected these squash competitions and events.
Masters Home Internationals
England Squash Masters, Squash Wales, Irish Squash and Scottish Squash can confirm they have taken a joint decision to postpone all 2020 Masters Home Internationals that were due to take place in England, Wales, Ireland & Scotland due to the global outbreak of the COVID-19. This includes:
Ireland Masters Home Internationals (Galway) – 17th & 18th April
Wales Masters Home Internationals (Cardiff) – 24th & 25th April
Scotland Masters Home Internationals (Edinburgh) – 1st & 2nd May
England Masters Home Internationals (Nottingham) – 15th & 16th May
The health and wellbeing of the competitors, staff, officials and volunteers remains of paramount importance to us and this decision was clearly not take lightly.
Given the ever changing situation we are currently faced with, the four nations will continue to monitor the position over the coming weeks and months and communicate any further updates on potential future dates accordingly.
Scottish Squash encourage you to check some of the following websites regarding upcoming competitions that are taking place out with Scotland.