Call for Nominations! The Barbara Cooper Award and Outstanding Achievement Awards will be presented at the Squash Ontario Annual General Meeting on June 15th at the Richmond Hill Golf Club. If you know any deserving individuals, please nominate them today!
As we put together this notice about Barb Cooper's retirement, she is currently celebrating her final work day with her Mayfair Lakeshore family after a long 35 years. It is difficult to summarize Barb's commitment to Squash Ontario, Lakeshore, and the squash community as a whole, but know that no one deserves a break more than she! Barb has promised to stay involved with the coaching programs through Squash Ontario and Squash Canada thankfully, and we wish her well with all of her future endeavours!
The Glencoe Club in Calgary, AB, played host to the 2018 Canadian Squash Championships this past week/weekend. While the event was far from home, a number of dedicated competitors packed their bags and made the trek to this high altitude city representing Ontario!
Rob Brooks and his Executive Squash team played host this past weekend to 22 high school squash teams for the annual Jim Mason Cup High School Challenge. Congratulations to Tecumseh Vista who secured the coveted Jim Mason Cup this year.
It’s with great pride and excitement we announce that the 11th Annual NASH Cup Professional Squash Tournament – running September 18-23 - will feature the largest women’s purse ever seen in Southwestern Ontario. It may also be the only PSA tournament globally where the women’s purse will be larger than the men’s.
currently seeking a Squash Professional to provide part-time coaching services to our members, to develop, organize and implement an entry level to intermediate level program utilizing 4 squash courts, to facilitate the growth and development of squash programs at The Richmond Hill Country Club.
The Toronto Cricket, Skating & Curling Club requires an Assistant Head Squash Professional to provide teaching and coaching services to members, assist with the development and operation of squash programs, and to facilitate the growth and development of squash at the Club.
It was an incredible weekend at the Mayfair Lakeshore in Toronto where many of Ontario's top juniors competed in what was their final performance on the squash season, or their final Canadian event, before preparing for international events in the summer.
Our Black Knight player of the month award continues to recognize outstanding individual achievement across male and female senior categories and celebrate Ontario’s amazing squash community. After a long Winter, we congratulate Sybille Witt and John Hall whose stars shone brightest amongst many great performances.
The weather this weekend didn't completely stop Ontario's juniors from competing in the final Jesters Harrow Junior Silver Championship this past weekend!