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Andy Weston

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Andy is a freelance sports media, PR & communications professional based in Glasgow. He manages the media and PR output for Scottish Squash. Previously Andy spent more than 10 years as a sports journalist working on a freelance capacity for titles including the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Herald.

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Shetland squash still shining as juniors fill up the courts after lockdown

By ANDY WESTON - Squash Mad Correspondent Shetland Squash enthusiasts are proving their love for the game is still strong with juniors flocking back to...

Scottish Open receives PSA cash boost

By ANDY WESTON - Squash Mad Correspondent The 2021 Springfield Scottish Squash Open has received a funding boost ahead of the event taking place at...

David Pearson crosses the border to boost Commonwealth Games doubles hopes for Scotland

By ANDY WESTON - Squash Mad Correspondent Scottish Squash have appointed former England National Coach David Pearson as Assistant Doubles coach. Pearson will work closely...

Georgia Adderley: My faith has helped me through lockdown and made me train harder

Interview by ANDY WESTON  Squash player Georgia Adderley has opened up about her life-affirming revelations during lockdown and how her faith has helped her mature...

Scottish coach Jenny McArtney humbled by New Year honour from The Queen

Scottish coach Jenny McArtney humbled by New Year honour from The Queen By ANDY WESTON - Squash Mad Correspondent Monifeith squash coach and player Jenny...

Greg Lobban fancies climbing high at the Pyramids

Scotland’s Greg Lobban aims to peak at the Pyramids By ANDY WESTON - Squash Mad Correspondent Scotland’s Greg Lobban is looking forward to showcasing his early-season...

Lisa Aitken pumped up for return to action in Manchester Open

Lisa Aitken pumped up for return to action in Manchester Open By ANDY WESTON - Squash Mad Correspondent Squash ace Lisa Aitken feels in good shape...

Scotland’s Fergus Richards hails “home event” in the Highlands

Scotland’s Fergus Richards hails “home event” in the Highlands By ANDY WESTON - Squash Mad Correspondent Professional squash player Fergus Richards is delighted the Springfield Scottish...

Former IT man James Singh builds open-source programme for developing squash at Giffnock

Former IT man James Singh builds open-source programme for developing squash at Giffnock By ANDY WESTON - Squash Mad Correspondent Giffnock’s James Singh worked as an...

Lockdown gives Alan Clyne a chance to heal and look to the future

‘I had to stop training because of a rib injury but I can’t wait to start playing again’ By ANDY WESTON – Squash Mad Correspondent It’s...

‘Friend first, coach second’ is Jane Martin’s coaching philosophy

Keeping squash alive at grassroots level is huge for coach Jane Martin  By ANDY WESTON - Squash Mad Correspondent As a player Jane Martin was one...

Lisa Aitken on racial equality: The game needs to be more diverse

‘I’m proud of my sport but the old stereotype persists that squash is a game for rich white men’ By ANDY WESTON - Squash Mad...

Simon Boughton’s love affair with Edinburgh Sports Club

‘I first became a coach in Italy by accident’ says Edinburgh stalwart Simon Boughton By ANDY WESTON - Squash Mad Correspondent When Simon Boughton went on...

Sue Strachan, working on the front line in Scotland, misses her stress-busting games of squash

‘Nothing beats a hard game of squash, then a shower and a drink’ says Masters champion Sue By ANDY WESTON - Squash Mad Correspondent If anyone...

Alan Clyne and Lisa Aitken take Scottish titles

Clyne topples top seed Lobban to clinch eighth title By ANDY WESTON Alan Clyne claimed his eighth title and Lisa Aitken won a second after some...

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