Squashworld Hilton along with “Smarter than Smoking” and “City of Fremantle” are holding an open day to introduce Squash to new juniors. For full details see:
Marmion Junior Classic was a success on the weekend. The six divisions saw some great 5 setters and then followed by doubles.
Div 1 was won by Remi Young defeating Kiran Byles 11/4, 11/9, 11/6
The recent WA RAC Sports Star of the Year Awards were held at Optus Stadium on 13 February. Erin Classen and Oscar Curtis were nominated for the 2019 Hyundai Junior Sports Star award. Although they were not selected as a finalist for the award, WA Squash would like to congratulate these juniors for their outstanding achievements last year.
Erin attended the event along with the 1977 winner Dean Williams.
Congratulations to the following players selected to represent Australia at the Junior Trans Tasman Test Series against New Zealand on 14-15 April on the Gold Coast:
U17 – Greg Chan, Oscar Curtis and Erin Classen
U13 – Eric Marsh
Good luck to you all with your training and the Test series.
U13 Boys : Eric Marsh beat Joshua John 2-0 Final placing: 21-22 – Jono Groenewald lost to Ravipan Limphailboon 0-2 Final placing: 35-36 – Waldo Vorster beat Jawei Lim 2-1 Final placing: 37-38
U13 Girls: Isla Harris beat Arissa Faria Syed Kebir 2-1 Final placing: 9 – Isla McMullen Saiesha Ranjan 2-0 Final placing: 13
U15 Boys: Daniel Marsh beat Rohan Washwa 2-1 Final placing: 37-38
U15 Girls:Caitlin Pratt beat Jeanne Craig 2-0 Final placing: 17-18 – Hannah Slyth beat Durar Camalia Abd Razak 2-1 Final placing: 17-18
U17 Boys:Dylan Classen lost to Shamiel Haeyzad 2-3 Final placing: 6 – Oscar Lindsey lost to Samuel Lau Final placing: 12
U17 Girls: Erin Classen beat June Loke 3-2 Final placing: 5 – Michaela Pratt lost to Ashton Weir 1-2 Final placing: 12
U19 Girls: Aliah Al-Shabib lost to Nai-Wen Hsaio 0-3 Final Placing: 8
Also entering from WA
U11 Boys: Alex Marsh lost to Gabriel Chew 0-2 Final placing: 39-40 and U17 Boys Dewald Vorster Unesh Ramesh 2-1 Final placing: 33-34
Four days of Squash for 9 – 15 year olds. Two days camp, then 2 days tournament. Get your entry forms in.
The 2020 Junior Squash Camp is on the 29th and 30th January at Squashworld Brentwood for 9 – 15 year olds. Participants will participate in a range of on court training and games with qualified coaches. Registration 2020 Junior Camp
The registration also includes entry into the New Years Bash, the first ability based two day Junior tournament for 2020. Held at Squashworld Brentwood. New Years Bash
Open Days at Squashworld Mirrabooka give children the opportunity to have a go at a new sport in a fun and safe environment.Even if your child has never even picked up a racket before, by the end of the session they will have acquired some basic skills and will be hungry for more!
4-7 year olds: 9am to 11am (includes healthy morning tea)
8-15 year olds: 9am to 12pm, then free time on court until 1pm (includes healthy morning tea and lunch)
Run by Tim Cowell – professional squash player and junior development coach, along with Working with Children checked volunteers.
Questions? Call 0406 007 142 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2020 Junior Squash Camp is on the 29th and 30th January at Squashworld Brentwood for 9 – 15 year olds. Participants will participate in a range of on court training and games with qualified coaches. Registration 2020 WA Squash Camp Registration Entries close: 10 January
The registration also includes entry into the New Years Bash, the first ability based two day Junior tournament for 2020. Held at Squashworld Brentwood. 2020New Years Bash Entry