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Wiltshire Junior Closed Squash Championship 2016

For full results from the Closed Junior Championships please visit the new Wiltshire Junior Squash website using the link below:

Event Results

For photos from the event click the link below:

Event Photo Gallery

New Wiltshire Junior Squash Website Launched

On 1 September the Junior County Squash Website went live. The site will be used to communicate the various junior activities that are happening all over the County (including Swindon).  An event calendar has been created which will detail everything that is taking place; from local School competitions to National Championships.  Eventually the site will have an area that will be offered to individual Clubs and the intention is to include Junior Club information within this - look out for it.  

To visit the site click the logo above or the link below.

2015/16 Wiltshire Closed Championship
Adam Giles retains the Mens Wiltshire Closed title, beating James Ryan in the final. For the full results click here.

From our new Flikr account you can access and download the photographs from events in high resolution. Click on the logo below to access the event photo album.
Witshire Squash on Flikr

You can also watch all the action from the show court in HD resolution. Click on the logo below to access the event videos.
Witshire Squash on YouTube
Squash Girls Can Campaign Success
Wiltshire Squash made front page news on the England Squash website following the very successful girls junior event run by Dax Mellor at the South Marston Hotel & Leisure club on 24th January 2016.  The event targeted at getting more girls participating in squash saw an incredible 54 players from across the region taking part in a junior girls squash festival, with the youngest being 6 years old.  For the full story see the England Squash new article by clicking here.
Squash Participation On The Up

Last month Sport England’s Active People Survey results were issued (this data is used by Sport England to measure participation in Sport across the country).  You may have heard that this report displayed a significant rise in the number of people playing squash on a weekly basis.  In short - 27,000 more people are playing the sport once a week as opposed to this time last year. The figures are a reflection of the outstanding work of the whole squash community, including county associations, volunteers, coaches, clubs and leisure centres in delivering squash nationwide.   Participation amongst the 16-34 age category saw the biggest increase of almost 40%.  Keir Worth, Chief Executive, England Squash said, “We are delighted with the latest APS findings and to have exceeded our participation target for the year”

To view the ES report click on the here.

To view which sports are up and which are down click here.

New Website
Welcome to the new Wiltshire Squash Rackets Association website. 

Over the year 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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Squash Player Magazine
2016 Issue 4

Squash Player Magazine

News: Pakistan shock Egypt; Greatest Athletes honour for David; Kiwis kings at doubles; Olympic debate in British Parliament; Women's Squash Week.
WSF News:  Squash under review.
Column: Mixed Olympic feelings; Interesting Worlds; Time for TV experiment.
Features: Maria's story; Champions of the future; Pilley's new line; Dubai dazzles.
Off Court: Science of squash; Yoga education for Massaro; Equipment guide; Ambassador Farag.
Competitions: Head racket; Sorbothane shock stoppers.
Workshop: My game - Joelle King; Mastershot - Max Lee; Drew's diagnosis; Physio's therapy; Rules quiz; Squash gurus; Practice.
On Court: PSA Tour Round-up; Previews; Reviews; One to watch; British Open Masters highlights; Monthly awards.
Hall of Fame: Michelle Martin.
Gallery: Rod Gilmour's personal view.

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