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Key mover in growing club squash and the brains behind many innovative activities and events surrounding World Squash Day.

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Squash United launches new outdoor court to ‘take squash to the people’

School court and new campaigns set to build on the momentum to make squash a Games star attraction By JAMES ROBERTS - Squash Mad Correspondent An...

Squash fans’ second chance to bid for a piece of squash history

World Squash Day Auction Part 2 raising funds for squash charities By JAMES ROBERTS - Squash Mad Correspondent After the success of the 2021 World Squash...

Squash United on a mission to build a lasting legacy from the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

“We want to take squash into the community and grow the game from the bottom up” By JAMES ROBERTS - Squash Mad Correspondent Squash United enjoyed...

Be there on the Square: squash showcases One Year To Go before Birmingham 2022

Squash United to build a lasting legacy for the game By JAMES ROBERTS - Squash Mad Correspondent Squash is all set to be showcased as part...

Worldwide squash community pays tribute to Malcolm Willstrop

‘There is no doubt the legacy he has left at Pontefract will stand the test of time’ says Nick Matthew By JAMES ROBERTS - Squash...

Back to court: Staffs Squash ready to tie the knot on new creative plan

Plan to bring back the glory days is ready to roll out By JAMES ROBERTS - Squash Mad Columnist There is no doubt that Covid-19 has...

Hardship and Heritage – the Twin Mission for the 2020 World Squash Day Auction

World Squash Day Auction to take place 3rd to 10th October By JAMES ROBERTS - Squash Mad Correspondent The staging of this year’s World Squash Day,...

World Squash Day to relaunch the sport: “We are all in this together” says founder

World Squash Day to relaunch the sport: “We are all in this together” says founder By JAMES ROBERTS - Squash Mad Correspondent World Squash Day will...

France: green light given for green zone clubs to reopen

France: green light given for green zone clubs to reopen By JAMES ROBERTS - Squash Mad Correspondent The French Squash Federation enthusiastically announced yesterday that long-suffering...

Elite French players given green light to resume on court squash training

Elite French players given green light to resume on court squash training By JAMES ROBERTS - Squash Mad Correspondent In a Q&A style communique released today...

Squash ranked among the most ‘risky’ sports for COVID-19 infection

Italian report ranks squash among the most ‘risky’ sports for COVID-19 infection By JAMES ROBERTS - Squash Mad Correspondent With certain countries like Switzerland, Poland, the...

UK squash clubs’ battle for COVID-19 survival – Part Two

'Beacon of Hope' County will regain momentum By JAMES ROBERTS - Squash Mad Correspondent Following the article published a couple of weeks ago about how squash...

UK squash clubs’ battle for COVID-19 survival: Part One

“The very future of squash in the UK” is in play ... By JAMES ROBERTS - Squash Mad Reporter It has now been just over two...

The French Resistance to the COVID-19 threat

How one club in France is fighting to survive the COVID-19 storm By JAMES ROBERTS - Squash Mad Reporter During my trip to the Open de...

Double Dot Delivered Double Delight

Kiwi coach has double reason to celebrate By JAMES ROBERTS - Squash Mad Reporter Jarrod Van Driel, a renowned squash coach based in Auckland, New Zealand,...

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