CLICK HEREfor the Squash Wales Calendar
Squash Wales Calendar 2018/2019 Version 1 – 2018
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this calendar is accurate, it may be necessary to change the date and / or venue of some events due to unforseen cirmcumstances beyond our control.
Squash Wales cannot be held accountable for any accommodation charges incurred due to changes of tournament / event dates or venues.
Please note: Squash Wales has accommodation reserved at Plas Menai for the Welsh Junior Closed in Bangor University on the 18th – 20th January 2019. If you would like to book accommodation for £36 per person (including breakfast), please email [email protected]. Accommodation is limited and will be on a first come, first served bases. Full payment is required in order to secure booking.
Click here for the European Junior Calendar 2018 – 2019
Click here for the World Squash Federation Calendar
Click here for the European Squash Federation Calendar
Click here for Cardiff term dates and school holidays 2018 and 2019
Click here for Denbighshire term dates and school holidays 2018 and 2019
Submit your views and comments on any Tournament to SQUASH WALES at: [email protected]
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU SEE THE GENERAL INFORMATION PAGE FOR RELEVANT INFORMATION REGARDING ENTERING A TOURNAMENT
Click on the Tournament Name to download an Entry Form
** PLEASE NOTE – IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE WSRB PROCESS FOR ENTERING BRITISH OR EUROPEAN EVENTS – YOUR ENTRY FEE MUST BE PAID TO WSRB PRIOR TO ANY ENTRY BEING SENT**
Newport Open -19TH – 21ST OCTOBER 2018 – CLOSING DATE 12TH OCTOBER 2018
MES A,B,C,D – LADIES A, B
PRIZE MONEY – MENS A £225 R/UP £125 – LADIES A £175 R/UP £75
To ENTER CONTACT:
Greg Tippings – m – 07824660035 or e mail – [email protected]
Entries close : 12th October 2018
KARAKAL POWYS JNR OPEN 2018 1 DAY – 21ST OCTOBER 2018 – CLOSING DATE 12 NOON 15TH OCTOBER 2018
EUROPEAN JUNIOR EVENTS
WELSH JUNIOR OPEN 2018 – 07TH – 09TH SEPTEMBER 2018 – CLOSING DATE 17TH AUGUST 2018
U11 MUST COMPLETE ENTRY FORM
CLICK HERE for the Guidelines and Requirements for Sanctioned Events
See below for the Standard Forms for use at Sanctioned Events – refer to the Guidelines and Requirements above
Sanctioned Tournament Agreement Form
Guidelines for Entry Forms
Tournament Directors Checklist
Venue Organisers Checklist
Accident & Injury Report Form
Incident Report Form
Procedures for Missing Junior Participants
Tournament Feedback Form
Tournament Directors Report Form – Adult Event
Tournament Directors Report Form – Junior Event
Racketball is the UK’s fastest growing sport! It is played on any regular squash court and is similar to squash. In racketball a larger ball, which does not need warming up like in squash, and a shorter racket are used, as shown below.
The fact that the ball is bigger, more bouncy and does not need warming up means that the rallies last longer, as the ball moves slower giving the opponent more time to react and get to the ball. The shorter racket also helps with hand eye coordination making the ball easier to strike. Overall this makes the game much easier to pick up than many other sports like squash or tennis. Racketball is said to be, “Easy to learn yet difficult to master” which is one of the key factors in the sports recent growth.
Wales Squash and Racketball are sponsored and supported by Pointfore in all racketball events. Thanks to Pointfore for all their support in Racketball events in Wales.
CLICK HERE for more on the SOUTH WALES RACKETBALL LEAGUE