It’s all on in New York starting this weekend for Kiwi squash players Paul Coll and Joelle King. The Kiwi top ten ranked competitors are in New York for the JP Morgan Tournament of Champions 18-25 January which has matches played in a glass court in Grand Central Station in New York.
The Executive Travel Tans-Tasman Junior Test Series Team makes it 4 titles in a row after claiming the Trans-Tasman Junior Test Series for 2018 at the PCYC Centre in Brisbane.
The Executive Travel Junior Trans-Tasman Test Series Team has finished Day 1 with a slight lead 10-8 heading into Day 2.
New Zealand has come home with a significant medal haul from the 2018 Oceania Junior Championships at the PCYC Centre in Brisbane claiming 7 of the 10 titles up for grabs.
The finals are set with Kiwis featuring in all but 2 of the age groups at the 2018 Oceania Junior Championships at the PCYC Centre in Brisbane.
Day 2 of the 2018 Oceania Junior Championships have kicked off at the PCYC Centre in Brisbane with New Zealand having mixed results.
Day 1 of the 2018 Oceania Junior Championships has kicked off at the PCYC Centre in Brisbane with New Zealand starting off with some strong performances.
Kiwi world No.9, Joelle King has been beaten in the quarter-finals of the US$165,000 Saudi PSA Women’s Squash Masters tournament in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia this morning.
The 2018 Oceania Junior Championships will see 151 of the best junior Squash players from Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Singapore, Papua New Guinea battle it out to become the Oceania Junior Champion in their age group.
New Zealand squash pro, Joelle King has had a good win in the second round of the US$165,000 Saudi PSA Women’s Squash Masters tournament in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia this morning.
Jamie Tong will be the next Chief Executive of Squash New Zealand.
Jamie has over 14 years’ experience in the sports sector including roles in cricket and the New Zealand Olympic Committee. He is currently Head of Participation and Coaching at Tennis New Zealand. He has extensive experience in areas such as community sport, coach development and performance, as well as underpinning organisational aspects such as financial management, team development and commercial revenue generation. Jamie has comprehensive knowledge of how clubs, RSOs and NSOs operate, both individually and collectively, and has strong relationships with Sport New Zealand and major RSTs throughout the country.
Applications are open for position of Squash Junior Development Officer. This role is a part-time position of approximately 16 hours per week coordinating and delivering sport for young people across the South Canterbury community.
New Zealand squash player Joelle King has been successful in her first round match at the US$165,000 Saudi PSA Women’s Squash Masters tournament in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia overnight.