Due to the COVID-19 pandemic WA Squash has had to postpone the 2020 AGM until further notice. It is our hope that we will be able to use technology eg: ZOOM in the near future. WA Squash will keep everyone informed as to when we can organise this.
WA Squash have decided to reschedule the Academy Launch and Squad Trials due to be held this Sunday 15th March, based on concerns of the COVID-19 Virus.
All other WA Squash sanctioned competitions will continue until further notice.
We understand that whilst not everyone will fully agree with our course of action, we do hope people understand that our decision is based in prioritising the heath and well-being of our members and families.
WA Squash is excited to announce after many months of planning and negotiating we have finally formed the WA Squash Academy (WASA).WASA is to be fully funded by a wonderful benefactor through the Australian Sports Foundation. The soft launch will occur this Sunday which will include trials for Development and Talent Squads and participants for WASA.
Participants have already been invited through their clubs as the WASA will be catering for 16 years of age and upwards. For far too long our players have had no structure after juniors and WASA will provide a pathway for U19 and above. The dream is to establish U23 events and in the future be able to represent WA in U23 and Open events. WASA will also be for coaches and referees to gain experience.
Should you be interested in WASA please advise Dean Williams at email@example.com by 2pm Friday 13th March.
The UniSport Games will be held in Perth this year. If you are at Curtin, Edith Cowan, Murdoch, Notre Dame or UWA as full time or part time now is the time to start organising your team. Teams are 2 x males and 1 x female (maximum of 3 x males and 2 x females), they are also running an individual event.
For further information please contact Sue Hillier at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dean Williams on email@example.com