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Wiltshire Squash Working in Partnership with WASP
In partnership with Wiltshire and Swindon Sport (WASP) the Wiltshire Squash and Rackets Association (WSRA) are currently undertaking Phase 1 of their Development Plan.  This phase of work involves consultation with all Squash Clubs and Centres across Wiltshire on how they would like to see squash developed at their facilities.  The work will take approximately 6 weeks to conduct, after which time a report will be presented to the WSRA Committee in September.  The report will show data captured from across all of the sites painting a picture of the activity which is currently taking place.  The report will also make a series of recommendations on what development work should take place, setting out a strategy for the next 12 months (Phase 2). This work is aligned with the new restructuring within England Squash and Racketball which devolves much of the responsibility of grass-root development and participation to the Regional Forums (RF) and County Associations.  Wiltshire have been included within the Southern RF along with; Hampshire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Dorset.  Funding for Phase 2 of the Wiltshire Development Plan will be made available through the RF in October.  If you have any views which you would like to be included as part of the consultation you can do so either by sending an email to [email protected] or through your local Club or Centre.

England Squash & Racketball are excited to announce a £150,000 investment to empower County Associations and significantly improve the working relationship between ESR and the network of County Associations.  For more information on this click here.
Summer League Finals Standings

Congratulations to Wessex 2 for wining the Wiltshire Summer League, narrowly beating Trowbridge by 1 point over the 10 match season. For more details click here.

Congratulations also to:
Tom Oatley (Trowbridge) - Most games won in the season.
Graham Gough (Marlborough 1) - Highest placed 100% win record.
Matt Burn (Marlborough 2) - Most matches played.

Junior Graded Tournament

The Mercure Hotel and Leisure Club hosted the 2015 Junior Wiltshire Graded Tournament on Sunday 7th July.  An amazing turnout with over 90 competitors.  For more information click here

Grade 4 & 5 Competitors
Grade 4 & 5 Competitors
Prize Winners
Prize Winners
2014-15 Wiltshire Over 45s Championship
Nigel Rowe wins the Over 45s Championships, beating John Peirce in the final. For the full results click here.

From Google+ Photos you can access and download the photographs from events in high resolution. Click on the logo below to access the event photo album.
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New Website
Welcome to the new Wiltshire Squash Rackets Association website. 

Over the next month we will transfer more content to this site from the old website.
If you need to refer to the old website use the link wiltsquash.co.uk.    Thank you!
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Swindon Junior Represents Wales
Congratulations to Phoebe Marshman who at the age of 11 has represented Wales in the Under 13 Five Nations matches which took place in Edinburgh at the beginning of March.

Phoebe, who trains at Wessex Squash Club with Paul Bennett and with the Wales coaching staff, played well against stiff opposition and gained valuable experience of playing in an international event. 

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Wiltshire Closed Competitions 2014-15
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Doubles 2014/15
4 October 2015
Wessex Squash Club Swindon

Seniors 2014/15
23-25 January 2015
Mercure South Marston Swindon Squash Club

Over 35's 2014/15
7-8 March 2015
Marlborough College Squash Club

 Over 45's 2014/15
18-19 April 2015
Wessex Squash Club Swindon

Squash Player Magazine
2015 Issue 4

Squash Player Magazine

News: World titles for Elias and Gohar; five in a row for Egypt; Lower tin trial
Column: Squash's next stage in its Olympic bid
International: Qatar and Iraq in World Team debuts;Colombian Open's big plans; Indian circuit better than ever; Masters for South Africa; Letter from America
Features: PSA stoppage plan; Jahangir returns; Serme's script; Hesham on a high; On the boards; Hall of Fame
Club Scene: David's home from home
Workshop: Pilley's game; Drew's diagnosis; New game for women; Kemp seizes Aspire chance; Taking the strain
Off Court: Gaultier's equipment; SportyHQ launches Score Squash; Coppinger's Salming hit; Hesham joins Eye; Simpson's home boost
On Court: Round-up, previews and news; 2015 British Open analysis; Player of the Month awards; PSA review
Gallery: Tim Garner's personal view 

The Big Hit

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