The latest edition of the SWAN Newsletter is now available for viewing.
The first Junior event on the WA Squash Calendar for 2019 is the New Years Junior Bash, to be held on 26-27 January at Squashworld Brentwood.
This will be an Age Based event.
The 2019 WA Junior Squash Camp will be held on Thursday 24th – Friday 25th January 2019 at Squashworld Brentwood.
The younger people start smoking the harder it can be to quit. The majority of adult smokers wish they’d never started. Wouldn’t it be easier to quit smoking before you start?
The 2018 Cambridge Junior Christmas Cup will be held on Sunday, 2nd December at Squashworld Cambridge.
The 2018 Manjimup Junior Squash Tournament will be held on Saturday, 24th November at Manjimup Country Club.
This is the fourth and final event in the 2018 Southern Grand Prix Series.
In the thirty eighth year of competition Western Australia finally cracked the dominance of the traditionally strong States to take out the Australian Junior Age State Teams overall title. Previously only Queensland (22), New South Wales (12) and Victoria (2) had been champions. During this period New South Wales won 11 in succession (1993 to 2003) and Queensland were successful the next 14 years (2004 to 2017). It goes without saying that it was well overdue for another State to stand up and we are proud to say that Western Australia was that State.
Congratulations to Greg Chan who became the 2018 Australian Junior Under 15 Boys Champion by defeating fellow Western Australian Oscar Curtis in a hard fought, five game contest (11-5, 6-11, 7-11, 11-3, 11-3) at the recent Australian Junior Championships held in Darwin, NT.
The 2018 Cambridge Open will feature a Mens PSA Closed Satellite event, Senior Graded event and a Junior Graded event.
The Mens PSA Closed Satellite & the Senior Graded event will be held on 12-13 October, with the Junior Graded event being held on Sunday, 14th October. All events will be held at Squashworld Cambridge.
First Match Times are now available for viewing.
Smoking kills your fitness. So if you smoke, how do you reckon you’ll keep up the pace?
Something to think about from Smarter than Smoking.