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July 2017

World Junior Championships Wind-Up

It was a clean sweep for Egypt at the 2017 WSF World Junior Squash Championships in Tauranga with champions in both the Men's and Women's individuals and the Egyptian Junior Women claiming the teams title. Congratulations to all of the clubs, organisers and volunteers involved in hosting the best World Junior Championships ever. Catch up on everything including the livestreamed matches from the event on the offical event page or on the Squash New Zealand page.


World Doubles Championships Begin

The 2017 World Doubles Championships started in Manchester overnight and are set to see New Zealand defend their two titles and better their bronze finish in 2016. Keep up to date with everything on the event on our event page or at the official WSF World Doubles Championships website.

Help People Fall In Love With Squash So They Choose To Play It

Before someone else can love squash they need to know more about it. The hardest part can be getting started. There are the rules, the different types of ball and then there's the lingo - boast, drop, volley, lob... All of this can be intimidating for prospective players. Share our new simple approach with a family member, friend or colleague to guarantee that their first squash steps are not their last.

The Try It. Play It. Love It. Promotional Platform Is Growing

Evidence suggests the Try It. Play It. Love It. marketing materials have been a success so far. To date, more than 1,400 people have visited the website page and are now helping people fall in love with squash so they choose to play it. A huge thank you to all participating clubs, other facilities and their people for the support and effort towards breaking down the barriers that new people face, whilst positively promoting the game of squash in a fun and welcoming manner for both existing and lapsed members.

Rule Of The Month

This month we look at who looks after what in a match of squash. What does the referee do? What does the marker do? Find out who does what here. If you think you can nail that, then sit our free online referee exam here.

Latest National Title Winners

It has been another full-on month of National events alongside the World Junior Championships. Check out the latest winners of these prestigious National titles below:
  • Palmer and Van Der Salm Claim South Island Champs Titles. Click here
  • North Shore Squash Club Claim AD Long Masters Club Team Championships Title. Click here
  • 2017 South Island Age Group Champions Decided. Click here
  • 2017 North Island Age Group Champions Crowned. Click here

Upcoming Events

Check out the upcoming events you can get yourself involved in:
  • SuperChamps 2017 - one of the biggest weekends on the calendar. Click here
  • New Zealand Masters National Individual Championships Event: 15-17 September at Kawaroa Park Squash Club. Click here
  • Champion of Champions - check out this great event and the rules. Click here

Other News

  • What is the value of your membership? Find out more
  • Buenos Aires 2018 Take Youth Olympic Games to the next level with squash. Read more
  • Senior Ranking List July 2017. View here
  • Learn how to keep your new members keen. Find out more
  • DC's Squash On Fire to host 2019 WSF Men's World Team Championships. Read more
  • Discover the right way to communicate with volunteers. Find out more
  • World Masters Games 2017 Exceeds all targets. Read more
  • Is your club using data to convert casual players (visitors) into members? Find out more
  • IOC Young Reporters Programme - Applications open. Read more
  • Did you know all is well that starts well? Find out more

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