Over the past few months we have been collecting feedback from you to help us make things easier and now we're delighted to unveil our new website to you. The revamped site boasts enhanced user experience and navigation, new functionality and a fully responsive design - enabling access at anytime from anywhere. Why not explore our new site and let us know what you think?
The squash excellence of kiwis has been celebrated for over thirty years. Every year individuals and clubs throughout the country continue to make outstanding contributions to provide world-class squash experiences for tens of thousands of kiwis within their communities. It is time to celebrate the very best of this work, recognise the enormous contribution of individuals and clubs, share good practice and inspire excellence. Go and nominate your club and fellow volunteers and coaches for everything they have done over the past 12 months here.
Hall of Fame
The New Zealand Squash Hall of Fame was established in 2009 to recognise and honour the outstanding performance of squash players and achievements of coaches, administrators and other personalities within New Zealand Squash. Join us at the 2016 Squash New Zealand National Awards ceremony to honour our past and celebrate the present. Find out more
The development of competent squash coaches is critical for the development of squash players and their enjoyment at all levels of play. Delivered by the regionally trained squash CoachForce network, the National Coach Development Framework continues to create more and better squash coaches - from those helping Small Nix players to those working with professional athletes. See what was achieved over the past 12 months and learn how you can join 1,200+ others here.
A number of national events have taken place with the New Zealand Junior and Masters Nationals taking place in Hamilton and Dunedin respectively. The National SuperChamps finals found 10 new national champions whilst the NZ Under 23’s saw some of our most promising players competing for another national title. All games were hard fought and some tight results made for some tense matches. Checkout all the past news:
Squash NZ is continuing the initiative to create a greater community through the sharing of information in Case Studies and is encouraging squash clubs all around the country to share their own success stories. The Squash New Zealand case studies celebrate innovative thinking and success in clubs. It is hoped that other clubs can learn and use the information to implement positive change within their own environment. To view the range of case studies, click here.
The Squash New Zealand team to compete at the 2016 Women’s World Teams Championship in Paris, France from the 27th November to 3rd December has been announced. The team is Joelle King, Megan Craig, Amanda Landers-Murphy and Emma Millar with Ellie Epke named as the Non-Travelling reserve. Check out the full story here.
We're on a mission to help more people fall in love with squash so they choose to play it. Squash New Zealand are pleased to launch the new ‘Try it. Play it. Love it.’ website section to help increase participation, membership numbers and overall awareness of squash throughout the country. The new national Try it. Play it. Love it. page makes it easier than ever to access the freshest marketing materials and attract new participants and members into your facilities. You can get your hands on official logos for timetabling and promotions too. Create buzz in your club by using the library of marketing resources appropriately themed under Try it. Play it. and Love it. here.