|When||Midday Friday 20th - Sunday 22nd April 2018|
This information will be released closer to the time.
New Zealand Players should enter online via iSquash. Event to be created closer to the time.
International Players should fill in the entry form (to be released closer to the time) and return to TBC or enter online via Tournament Planner TBC
Seedings for the Boys and Girls Open will be compiled using the random seeding procedure i.e. seeds 1 and 2 will receive the relevant seeding positions, 3-4 will be randomly drawn, 5-8 randomly drawn, 9-16 randomly drawn.
The seedings will be drawn at TBC.
Seedings are as follow: This information will be released closer to the time.
|WSF World Junior Circuit||
The event will be registered on the WSF World Junior Circuit, meaning players are eligible for world junior ranking points. As a World Junior Circuit event, players in the open draws need to register for a WSF SPIN number to be eligible to enter. These can be attained from the World Squash Federation. Once a player has registered for a SPIN number, the number stays with them for life, and makes entering international events much easier. Registering for a SPIN number costs 15 pounds.
|PSA Junior Event||
Squash New Zealand will register this event on the PSA so players can collect PSA ranking points. Players must inform the PSA office if they wish to collect these points within 24hours of the events completion. Squash New Zealand will take no responsibility for late claiming of points by players.
This information will be released closer to the time. Keep checking back for up to date information.
N.B. Players must be under 19 years of age as at the LAST day of the event. Protective eyewear is compulsory for all players.
There are currently no media releases for the 2018 Event. Check back here regularly for up to date media releases.
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