Season 2022/23: Confirmed Venues for Masters Regionals Competitions

Scottish Squash are pleased to announce confirmed venues for the upcoming Masters Regionals circuit to be held during season 2022/23.

The Masters Regionals circuit consists of five Scottish Squash sanctioned competitions which precede the Scottish Masters National Championships. Out of our six regions, the region hosting the Masters National Championships does not host a Masters Regionals competition. This season, it has been confirmed that Aberdeen Squash and Racketball Club in the Grampian region will host the Masters National Championships from 3–5 March, 2023.

Unfortunately, we must announce this year that Tayside & Fife will not host a Masters Regionals event due to ongoing refurbishments in the region. In its place, we would like to thank Dumfries Squash & Racketball Club who have agreed to host a Masters Regionals competition in September.

This second event in the West region is unique for season 2022/23 due to the aforementioned circumstances. We very much look forward to the return of Masters Regionals squash to Tayside & Fife next season and wish them well as they continue work on facilities.

Elsewhere, we have three other confirmed regional venues as detailed below for West, East and Central. News regarding the venue for the Highlands & Islands Masters Regionals will be published in due course.

We look forward to these events and wish to thank all regional committees for their organisational efforts thus far.

Best of luck to all involved in the Masters Regionals circuit for what will surely be a competitive and enjoyable season.

 

Masters Regionals Circuit for Season 2022/23

Dumfries Masters* (24–25 September, 2022) – Dumfries Squash & Racketball Club
*Replaces Tayside & Fife Masters Regionals for season 2022/23

West of Scotland Masters Regionals (22–23 October, 2022) – Hamilton Squash & Racketball Club

Highlands & Islands Masters Regionals (19–20 November, 2022) – Venue TBC

East of Scotland Masters Regionals (10–11 December, 2022) – Colinton Castle Sports Club

Central Masters Regionals (21–22 January, 2023) – Bridge of Allan Sports Club

 

Scottish Masters National Championships 2023

Aberdeen Squash & Racketball Club, 3–5 March, 2023   [Grampian Region]

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