To place Australia back at the top of medal table on the world stage, there needs to be a roadmap for success.
Turning 21 is a significant milestone in anyone’s life, but for Australian squash player its pretty small fish in the big frying pan that is her life.
To date 26 Australian’s will be making the trip to South Africa to compete in the WSF world Masters Championships.
Squash Australia is excited to announce expressions of interests have started to come through for major events. Details of the available options can be found below.
South Australia’s Campbelltown Squash Club is going back to the future with the new ARC Campbelltown scheduled to open on the 11th of July in Adelaide.
The Sandgate Open final was a full house and nothing short of entertaining as second seed Lisa Camilleri came up against Tamika Saxby.
A cracking day of matches was expected today Saturday including the quarter finals and semi-finals and the round of quarters didn’t let us down.
The Sandgate Open, a women's PSA $5,000 event, is off to a great start following an interesting first round today.
At the end of last year Tamika Saxby knew the time was right to head home. The Goulburn-born 23-year-old had been living in Scotland for two years, had been learning a lot about squash and herself, but was ready to return to Australia.
Squash Australia has announced a continuation of State and Territory Association funding for its OzSquash program, as it continues to look at ways to engage and attract juniors to the game.