Junior Development Camp – registration date extended

2021 Junior Camp is on 28 and 29th January at Squashworld Brentwood (followed by the first tournament of the year, New Years Bash https://www.sportyhq.com/tournament/view/2021-West-Coast-Open-and-New-Years-Bash-1 )

As everyone gets back into playing, WA Squash have extended the closing date to 17 January 2021.

This years camp theme is MOVEMENT.  Qualified coaches will lead you through a series of movement skills and fun games.

Get your registration form here: 2021 WA Junior Squash Camp

 

Oscar Curtis – 2020 Australian U19 Junior Champion

Congratulations to Oscar Curtis who won the U19 Australian Junior Championship on 14 December defeating Luke Eyles (Qld) 11/6, 11/9, 11/3 at Carrara Qld. Oscar is only the second male from WA to win this event.  Dean Williams won in 1974.

Congratulations to the other WA players who entered the event, especially Isla Harris from Moora who was runner-up in the U15.

Greg Chan (Vic Park)- U19 Third

Caitlin Pratt (Narrogin)- U17 Fourth

Isla Harris (Moora) – U15 Second

For all results:https://www.sportyhq.com/tournament/view/Australian-Junior-Open-2020

2020 WA Squash Award Nominations

2020 has been an extraordinary year.  We are lucky to play a game where we meet some fantastic people who go above and beyond for our clubs and sport.

It is now time for your CLUB to put in their nominations for the 2020 Awards:

  • Volunteer of the Year
  • Coach of the Year
  • Referee of the Year
  • Junior Player of the Year
  • Junior of the Year

Nominations close 18 December 2020.  Only ONE nomination per category per club (ie: your club will need to choose who to put up for an award).  Speak to your Club President  who has more information.

Australian First as WA Completes full pennants season in 2020 Covid year

Ladies State Grade Final – Cambridge Why So Serious defeated  Mirrabooka 1 – 2 matches to 1 (8 games to 4 games) https://www.sportyhq.com/league/view/draw_results/5151/108926

Lead by Cambridge No 1  Pascale Louka who overcame the experienced Johanna Yue 3/1, No 2 Hayley Chiu lost a close 5 setter to Joanne Ttophi and Captain Michelle Hodge defeated Prue O’Niell in 3 to clinch to fist State Grade win by Cambridge in over a decade. (picture above: WA Squash Board Member Trevor Cruickshank presenting the shield to Captain Michelle Hodge with Tracey Marshall and Hayley Chiu).

Mens State Grade Final – Mirrabooka 1 defeated Vic Park – 2 matches to 1 (7games to 4 games) https://www.sportyhq.com/league/view/draw_results/5150/108928

The highlight of the night was the match between No 2 Dylan Classen and Jack Hillier.  Leading 2/1 Hillier was looking to cause a huge upset but could not keep up the intensity for the last two games which saw Classen win in 5.  (picture above: WA Squash Board Member and Treasure Neil Butler presented the winning shield to Captain Scott Jerome with Gavin Treacy, Dave Beattie and Dylan Classen).

For full results see:

Monday Night League https://www.sportyhq.com/league/view/522

Monday Night Pennant https://www.sportyhq.com/league/view/504

Tuesday Night Pennant https://www.sportyhq.com/league/view/611

Tuesday Night Ladies https://www.sportyhq.com/league/view/612

Wednesday Day League https://www.sportyhq.com/league/view/521

Thursday Night League https://www.sportyhq.com/league/view/545