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Arscott and Chileshe meet again in final match of Unsquashable XL Series

Arscott and Chileshe meet again in final match of Unsquashable XL Series

Chileshe bids for third XL title By DAVE WORSLEY – Squash Mad Correspondent in Auckland The two top players have emerged to a final showdown in the Squash Premier League in Auckland. After four weeks of tournament play, Joel Arscott and Temwa Chileshe will meet in the final match to maintain a keen rivalry which [...]

June 6, 2020 Guest Contributor News 0

World Masters Squash moved to August 2021​​

World Masters Squash moved to August 2021​​

Qualifying ages held as World Masters heads to 33-court Hasta La Vista in Poland By ALAN THATCHER – Squash Mad Editor The 2020 World Masters, scheduled to take place in August this year, has been moved back 12 months and will now take place at the world’s biggest squash club in 2021. The World Squash [...]

June 5, 2020 Alan Thatcher News 0

Arscott and Chileshe advance in Unsquashable XL Series

Arscott and Chileshe advance in Unsquashable XL Series

Shot-makers Chileshe and Fatialofa turn on the style in final XL tournament By DAVE WORSLEY – Squash Mad Correspondent in Auckland The start of the final weekend of the Premier Squash League left no doubt that even in a round robin format that players were there to win and weren’t leaving anyone wondering about their [...]

June 5, 2020 Guest Contributor News 0
France: green light given for green zone clubs to reopen

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 squash clubs, who have been closed since 14th March following the COVID-19 outbreak, could [...]

June 2, 2020 News
Squash world mourns Susie Simcock

Squash world mourns Susie Simcock

‘She was a pioneer in the world of sport and especially in squash’ says Fontaine By HOWARD HARDING – Squash Mad International Correspondent The World Squash Federation is mourning the death of former WSF President Susie Simcock. She was 82. [...]

May 31, 2020 News
Temwa Chileshe takes second XL title

Temwa Chileshe takes second XL title

Chileshe repeats victory over training partner Arscott By DAVE WORSLEY – Squash Mad Correspondent in Auckland Rising New Zealand squash star, Temwa Chileshe scored his second Premier Squash League title after he repeated his week one victory with success over [...]

May 31, 2020 News
Repeat final in week three of Unsquashable Premier League

Repeat final in week three of Unsquashable Premier League

  Arscott looks for revenge against Chileshe By DAVE WORSLEY – Squash Mad Correspondent in Auckland It will be a repeat of week one’s Unsquashable Premier League final when Joel Arscott and Temwa Chileshe face off for the title on [...]

May 30, 2020 News
Lion-hearted Leo Fatialofa wins fifth game shoot-out against his old coach Lance Beddoes

Lion-hearted Leo Fatialofa wins fifth game shoot-out against his old coach Lance Beddoes

Beddoes back home for XL debut  By DAVE WORSLEY – Squash Mad Correspondent in Auckland Experienced New Zealand international Lance Beddoes made his debut in week three of the Unsquashable Premier League – and ended up on the wrong side [...]

May 29, 2020 News
Lockdown can’t halt Lachlan Johnston and his top team Down Under

Lockdown can’t halt Lachlan Johnston and his top team Down Under

Connection the key as players are kept motivated By CHRIS YEEND – Squash Mad Correspondent Squash in Australia came to a screeching halt in March this year due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, but it did little to slow down the [...]

May 29, 2020 Interviews, News
PSA make tentative plans to reopen World Tour

PSA make tentative plans to reopen World Tour

PSA ‘cautiously outline a roadmap for the return of the Tour’ By ALAN THATCHER – Squash Mad Editor The PSA are exploring all options in a bid to relaunch the World Tour as soon as possible, although it could be [...]

May 26, 2020 Alan's Blog, Comment, News
Arscott finishes the fifth in fine fashion to win week two of Unsquashable PSL

Arscott finishes the fifth in fine fashion to win week two of Unsquashable PSL

Arscott keeps cool as temperatures drop to beat Thomas in final By DAVE WORSLEY – Squash Mad Correspondent in Auckland Joel Arscott prevailed in five games to win the final in week two of the Unsquashable Premier League in Auckland, [...]

May 24, 2020 News
WIN a set of Off The Wall Squash cards to boost your training programme

WIN a set of Off The Wall Squash cards to boost your training programme

Off The Wall Card Games are an ideal addition for players and coaches By LEE HORTON – Squash Mad Roving Reporter The Covid-19 lockdown has given the Squash Mad team a chance to check out some great squash coaching resources [...]

May 24, 2020 Fun Stuff, News
No doubting Thomas as he beats Chileshe to reach XL final

No doubting Thomas as he beats Chileshe to reach XL final

Top seed Joel Arscott reaches second final By DAVE WORSLEY – Squash Mad Correspondent in Auckland, New Zealand Elijah Thomas stole the show in the semi-finals of week two of the Squash Premier League in Auckland with an intense four [...]

May 23, 2020 News
Chileshe stops the flight of the Conder

Chileshe stops the flight of the Conder

Temwa takes first match in four as Jack dives all over the XL court  By DAVE WORSLEY – Squash Mad Correspondent in Auckland Series leader Temwa Chileshe won an entertaining contest as the second week of the Unsquashable Premier League [...]

May 22, 2020 News
WSF issue guidelines on safe return to play

WSF issue guidelines on safe return to play

To shower or not to shower, that’s the big debate By ALAN THATCHER – Squash Mad Editor The World Squash Federation has issued a range of guidelines to help those involved in planning a safe return to play. The recommendations [...]

May 22, 2020 Growing the game, News