Australian squash identity and experienced businessman Douglas Minchin has been appointed as a non-executive director of the Squash Australia board.
Squash Australia is continuing to expand its corporate and professional knowledge base, with the appointment of lawyer Cassandra Heilbronn as a non-executive director.
Ever wondered what the healthiest sport is? Well, according to a survey by Forbes Magazine, squash is top of the leader board. After consulting with personal trainers, coaches and exercise physiologists, 10 sports were listed as being the 'healthiest'. Squash took first place, closely followed by rowing, rock climbing and swimming.
The 2016 Annual General Meeting is set for the 26th and 27th of November in Brisbane.
Squash Australia is thrilled to announce the appointment of experienced sports administrator, Samuel Chadwick, as a non-executive director on the board of the sport’s governing body.
Squash Australia is excited to announce that the Australian Junior Open for the years of 2017, 2018 and 2019 have now been allocated.
The ARC Campbelltown played home to the South Australian PSA M5 and W5 tournament throughout the week, with finals held today.
Squash Australia would like to announce the players that will represent Australia at the 9th World University Individual Championships in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from the 5th – 11th September.
The semi finals were held at the ARC Campbelltown complex in Adelaide this evening. Two Australian women, Lisa Camilleri (3) and Tamika Saxby, and two Australian men, Rhys Dowling (1) and Mike Corren (7) competed in the semi finals.
The Australian Junior Champions are set to be held from the 24th September - 2nd October at the Thornleigh Squash Centre, NSW and entries for the Championships are now open.