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Save Our Squash! Campaign stops court closures

Great new from Christchurch, England, where campaigners stopped the closure of valuable community squash courts: JUBILANT squash campaigners are celebrating a reprieve after proposals to...

Build colourful courts

BUILD COLORFUL SQUASH COURTS By Bob Hanscom  In a recent article written by Andrew Shelley, World Squash Federation Executive Director, he wrote about something I've been talking...

US Racquetball: King Kane conquers the courts

From the New York Times By JOHN OTIS To understand how Kane Waselenchuk became the dominant player in the history of racquetball, one must embrace the...

PST: Live Technology to sponsor American Open

LiveTechnology Confirmed as Host for American Open   Framingham, MA (January 18, 2012) — The Pro Squash Tour (PST) announced today that it will host its...

BLOG: An inspiration from Soweto on World Squash Day

Many of you reading this will not have been involved in World Squash Day last Saturday. I guess some of you may not have...

WSF: World Squash Day success

World Squash Day An 'Outstanding Success' 11 November 2011 World Squash Day was an outstanding success in attracting a new generation of female participants to the...

Get to know Alan Thatcher: from SquashZag

Get to Know - Alan Thatcher Published by: SquashZAG on 2nd Jun 2010 | As the Kent Open is underway at the Maidstone Club in England we...

PSA Kent Open: Ryder wins marathon final

Ryder Rallies To Kent Open Success 30 May 2011 RESULTS: PSA Challenger 10 Kent Open, Maidstone, England Final:  Chris Ryder (ENG) bt  Max Lee (HKG) 11-9, 16-18, 11-9, 8-11,...

PSA KENT OPEN: Calling all Party Animals

UK RACKETBALL SERIES AND PSA KENT OPEN SPECIAL WEEKEND PACKAGE DEAL An action-packed and fun-filled weekend is being planned round the UK Racketball series at the...

UK Racketball Rankings

UK-Racketball Newsletter April 2011 National Rankings Announced Men's, Women's, Men's Over 40's, Men's Over 50's By MARK FULLER We have been given the go-ahead from England...

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