Category: Club Information

Some Squash Centres are now open

The following Metro Squash Centres are now open for training only:
Squashworld Mirrabooka
Squashworld Brentwood (Blue Gum)
Squashworld Hilton
Squashworld Cambridge
Belmont Squash Centre
The Squash Factory (Marmion) – Opening Saturday 23rd May
Lords Recreation Centre – Opening Tuesday 26th May
Please contact them and your Country Club to find out the daily opening times.
Have fun training, keep up social distancing and adhere to the Squash Centres COVID-19 guidelines.

WA Squash contacts for COVID-19

With the closure of the WA Squash office due to the COVID-19 pandemic should you wish to contact the office please use:

General Manger: Dean Williams mob: 0403 008 777 email:

Accounts: Leonie Cole mob: 0408 940 702 email:

Development Officer: Sue Hillier mob: 0400 789 943 email:


Congratulations to Broome Squash Club voted Best Club in the Broome 2019 Sports Awards

2019 Broome club of the YearThis year, the Broome Squash Club has been recognised for its commitment to the community and has taken out the coveted Broome Sports Award for Best Club for 2019. The club was overwhelmed by the award and grateful for the recognition for efforts to maximise the sports exposure in the community and at all times maintaining the ethos of the club – “sportsmanship is everything”. Bursting to capacity the club has 85 registered senior and 40 junior players. It’s hard to believe with only two courts, the club is able to provide enough court time to support the growing interest in the sport.

More information in the next SWAN newsletter.

Squash Rule Changes

2019 Rule Changes:

  • Time period allowed for the Warm up in Rule 4 .1: changed to 4 minutes with half time to be called at 2 minutes.
  • Rule 8.11 amended to read: “Freedom to strike the ball to any part of the front wall” (leaving out the word entire).
  • Rule 8.1.4 amended to read: “the freedom to strike the ball to any part of the front wall” (leaving out the word entire).
  • A new rule added 8.9.3: “Where there has been no actual contact and the swing has been held by the striker for fear of hitting the opponent, the provisions of 8.6 apply.”

Learning and Development Opportunity for your CLUB from Sport and Recreation


A webinar is a seminar or presentation that takes place on the internet and allows participants in different locations, through their computers or ipads to see and hear the presenter, learn information on a particular topic and to ask questions.

NEXT WEBINAR – Register Quickly places are limited

Financial Management – 15 May 2019 Register – Click HERE

This workshop is designed for anyone in your club that assists in the effective and efficient operations of your sport or recreation club and who is committed to improving the organisation and how it does things. The workshop will cover the following:

  • What is a budget and the role it plays for your club
  • Understand how to manage club funds – The role of the treasurer;
  • Planning for setting and operating budgets aligned to club activities;
  • Investigate the keys to financial stability – how to raise funds for the club;
  • Understand how to assess the financial position of the club.

 Marketing and Sponsorship – 29 May 2019 Register – Click  HERE

For more details of the topics covered in the workshop click HERE

 Effective Teams – 12 June 2019 Register – Click HERE

For more details of the topics covered in the workshop click HERE

Once participants are registered they will be communicated to by the organiser of the webinar and will just need to click on a link to take part.