Last season Squash Ontario launched an ambitious initiative to grow the sport of squash in our province in the form of the "Project 10k Membership Drive" or "P10K". The goal is to dramatically increase the number of individual members of the association from 1100 in 2015 to 10,000 by 2020, obtaining a more realistic representation of squash activity in Ontario. Why is this so important?
Squash Ontario has a long tradition of graduating our top juniors into some of the best College and University programs in the world and this year's cohort is no different. Please join us in congratulating and wishing good luck to the Squash Ontario Class of 2022.
Squash Ontario is pleased to announce the continued support by Harrow Sports for the 2017-18 squash season as the title sponsor for both the Jesters Harrow Silver Junior Circuit and the Jesters Harrow Grand Prix Junior Circuit.
The Jesters of Ontario continue to be a leading supporter of squash in our province as the organization has once again committed significant resources for the 2017-18 season to Squash Ontario.
The Robert Brooks Scholarship Fund Board of Governors are pleased to announce the 2017 recipients of it's annual bursary to support students who have excelled in both school and squash.
Two players from the Toronto area are featured on the Squash Site news reel - George Jarosz, the regular squash player at 96 years of age and his daughter Renka Gesing, an avid singles and doubles player from Mayfair Parkway.
Over the past couple weeks many of Ontario’s best players traveled overseas to compete in some of Europe’s most prestigious tournaments. Tournaments include the Cologne Junior Cup, the Dutch Junior Open, and the Maccabiah Games.