Since early 2016 Squash Australia has experienced significant changes in order to positively strengthen the organisation.
Two players who have recently taken the tough decision to cut back on their international squash careers have shown they still have plenty of class by winning the men’s and women’s NT Open in Darwin.
This weekend a 21-year-old Rhys Dowling will be back in Darwin, looking to break through for his first PSA tour win and, he hopes, his first ever NT Open title.
When Ryan Cuskelly reached the quarter finals of the Houston Squash Open last year he was in the middle of a purple patch of form that propelled him into the world top 20 for the first time in his career.
Squash Australia is pleased to announce Stafford Squash Club as the official High Performance Training Centre of the Organisation.
AUSTRALIAN SQUAD NAMED FOR WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS
The 2016 Professional Squash Association (PSA) Dubai World Series Finals will see the world’s eight best male and female players compete in a five-day squash event for one of the sport's most lucrative titles, in front of the world's tallest building – the Burj Khalifa.
Former World number three, Northern Ireland's Madeline Perry, proved she still has a pretty handy game after beating second seed Sarah Cardwell on the opening day of the NT Open in Darwin.
Information on the Australian Junior Circuit Rankings System
Darwin Squash Centre is set to host the Northern Territory Under 23 Men’s tournament this weekend over the 7th and 8th. This tournament offers a $2000 USD prize pool and with an 8 man draw, players are in with a good chance of taking home some prize money.