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.
Are there any kids out there searching for something to do this summer? Don't forget about the many squash camps around the province! Most squash facilities have camp programs so make sure to checkout your local squash club website or contact them directly.
Four of Canada’s elite are bound for Manchester, England as Squash Canada announces the four-member Team Canada squad that will compete at the 2017 World Squash Federation (WSF) World Doubles Championships.
Squash Canada has announced the team of four Junior Women and one Junior Man who will represent Canada at the 2017 WSF World Junior Squash Championships, held in Tauranga, New Zealand from the July 19-29. Congrats to Nicole Kendall and Charlotte Orcutt who will represent Canada!