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Everything you need to know about the WSF World Doubles Championships

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Jul 272017
 

Everything you need to know about the WSF World Doubles Championships

Manchester will next week play host to one of the year’s most frantic, exciting sporting events – the WSF World Doubles Championships.The tournament pits four of the world’s finest squash players on court at once to produce double the action and double the entertainment value. Read more

Mouth-watering draw revealed for WSF World Doubles 2017

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Jul 272017
 

Mouth-watering draw revealed for WSF World Doubles 2017

An all-star line-up featuring two-time British Open champion Laura Massaro, former World No.1 James Willstrop and eight-time world champion Nicol David has been revealed ahead of next month’s WSF World Doubles Championships in Manchester. Read more

Camille Serme serves up squash’s Olympic bid for Paris inclusion

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Jun 082017
 

Camille Serme serves up squash’s Olympic bid for Paris inclusion

Where once French players were unknown, now the squash Tricolore is fluttering with pride. Gregory Gaultier is men’s world No 1 and Camille Serme, a former British Open champion, is women’s world No 3 and topped qualifying for this week’s PSA World Series Finals in Dubai. Read more

When Nick & James opened the ball in Doncaster’s great new Woodfield Club

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Jun 072017
 

When Nick & James opened the ball in Doncaster’s great new Woodfield Club

To bring together two busy world class professionals on any one night is no simple matter: Nick Matthew the day after he had led Nottingham to the PSL Championship with a five set win over Daryl Selby and both he and James Willstrop preparing for the prestigious World Series Finals in the Grand Opera House in Dubai. Read more

Russia proves that squash in Europe is growing fast

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Jun 072017
 

Russia proves that squash in Europe is growing fast

Look East to see the biggest growth in squash By ROSANNA RADLINSKA-TYMA – Squash Mad European Correspondent.

The reason for checking the ESF junior events calendar since 2006 was simple – I was a mother of a teenage junior player and a junior player in the making. Read more

Massaro’s sights set on retaining World Series title in Dubai

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Jun 072017
 

Massaro’s sights set on retaining World Series title in Dubai

Reigning champion Laura Massaro is aiming to end a fine season by retaining her title at the lucrative World Series Finals in Dubai this week.The exclusive tournament pits the world’s finest players against each other for one of the most coveted prizes on the tour. Read more

AJ Bell PSA World Championships tickets go on general sale

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May 222017
 

AJ Bell PSA World Championships tickets go on general sale

Squash fans can now book their seats at the biggest event on the tour as AJ Bell PSA World Championships tickets go on sale to the general public.Presale for the Manchester tournament has now ended after high demand that saw Premium Back Wall seats for the final and both semi-finals sell out completely. Read more

The Economist: Why squash is not an Olympic sport

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May 082017
 

The Economist: Why squash is not an Olympic sport

TWENTY-EIGHT sports have been contested in the 2016 Olympic games in Rio. Yet though that number makes it impossible to keep track of all 306 events, it is still not enough to include all disciplines that would like to feature. Read more

REFEREES COURSE AND A RULES WORKSHOP

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May 022017
 

REFEREES COURSE AND A RULES WORKSHOP

WILL BE HELD AT VILLAGE BURY ON 13TH MAY 2017 AT 2:00 PM

 

By Jocelyn Garvey, England Squash accredited tutor and NWCSL Referee Coordinator

The workshop will be subsidised by LSRA and so a nominal charge of only £5:00 will be made

Application to cindygill@sky.com and payment to LSRA bank account LLoyds Bank 30-98-97 32204260

or cheque, payable to LSRA, by post to 78-80 Worsley Rd Nth, Walkden, Manchester M28 3QW.

Discover a Ref: Srikanth Seshadri – Squash’s hardman on the hot seat

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May 022017
 

Discover a Ref: Srikanth Seshadri – Squash’s hardman on the hot seat

When Srikanth K. Seshadri is around in the referee’s chair, Indian players, even the most volatile of them, are at their best behaviour. That’s because the 52-year-old, one of India’s very few World Squash Federation referees, knows his job and has gained a reputation for being a no-nonsense official. Read more

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