It’s going to be an exciting month for Australia’s top Masters players, with the bi-annual Trans Tasman test series to be contested in Napier, New Zealand.
Australia’s top ranked female squash player, Rachael Grinham, says there is no legitimate reason why squash has once again been kept out of the Olympic Games.
QLD's Lakeesha Rarere has bid farewell to her junior national squash career with a fourth Australian Junior Championship title, successfully defending the U19 title she picked up in Perth 12 months ago.
Squash Australia CEO Richard Vaughan believes his sport will bounce back from the disappointment of not making the short list of new sports being considered for inclusion in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
More than 200 of Australia’s top junior squash players will converge on Cairns this weekend for the annual junior championships, and all with an eye further north where a very important announcement will be made.
Alex Eustace and Joseph White have returned from their silver medal-winning performance at the Youth Commonwealth Games with renewed confidence and a better understanding of what it takes to succeed at the top level.
Squash Australia is about to undergo a facelift, and it’s inviting junior players throughout Australia to show their creative talents by designing a new logo. The best design will not only win AIS squash clothing, but will also get to see their logo as part of the exciting future of squash in Australia.
Cameron Pilley will lead the Australian team at the World Teams Championships in Kuwait in December, an event in which Australia has a proud history.
Scotland's Doug Kempsell finished his Australia tour with a flurry, beating local favourite Josh Larkin in the final of the North Coast Open in NSW
The Squash Australia Board would like to announce two new appointed Directors Elizabeth Seddon and Dale Robbins joining the core leadership team.