10th October is World Squash Day and with restrictions eased on the squash courts, the coaching team are back in action with the Junior Squads restarting that day.
Only two players at a time are permitted on court so squads are restricted to just six players across three courts but a fourth squad has been introduced to allow more players to take part.
Plus Head Coach Anna Vaughan Hawkins is re-introducing Pay n’ Play sessions as well as ‘Introduction to Squash’ and ‘Introduction to Racketball’ programmes.
“These will be in blocks of six sessions and, again, with six places per programme,” said Anna. “This will give the players a ready-made ‘bubble’ for friendly play outside the programme sessions. All these sessions will be bookable very soon so keep an eye on MindBody!”
- AND England Squash is celebrating World Squash Day by setting up the world’s biggest squash team contest.With two teams, headed up by former World No 1’s Laura Massaro and Nick Matthew, club players are being invited to pick a team and get playing.Launching on 10th October, this one-month contest is a chance for match-starved squash players to get in on some regular competitive action AND boost their SquashLevels ranking. Participants can choose to play full court as part of a bubble/ same household or play ‘sides’.
Just pick a side and do battle, then record your score on SquashLevels* from 10 October.