Registration for the Ray Souchereau Memorial Classic is open until Feb 2. This tournament will help support NS referees working toward certification. Join in to remember Ray and help new refs in their journey! Sign up on Club Locker today!
Josh Rudolph is organizing a Junior Development program this fall. He heads the junior squash programming in Nova Scotia, including hosting clinics at his home club and coaching Team Nova Scotia at the most recent Canada Winter Games. Josh was recognized for his efforts by Squash Canada with an award this year.
The development program will be held at SMUfit. All registered players must be a member of Squash Nova Scotia and either have a SMU membership or pay a day pass fee. The intent is to provide a minimm of 2 sessions per week for each athlete.
SMUFit Junior Squash League is inviting players to play in the Fall Session 2023 by registering on Club Locker.
The session starts September 10, 2023. The League will run for 13 weeks of regular season play, wrapping up the week of Dec 10th.
Division format and size will be established by the league administrators once registration is closed.
Depending on numbers there may be some weeks you will not play.
Play will be on Sunday afternoons from 1-3pm.
Welcome to the Cape Breton Squash Open being played at the Sydney YMCA!
The tournament will kick off Friday May 5th at 5pm and we will do our best to schedule first matches for out of town players late Friday or early Saturday morning (let us know if you have a preference). We are opening registration with two Divisions: All-Mixed and Women. Depending on registration numbers the divisions may be combined. Finals will play out early afternoon on Sunday May 7th.
The tournament includes a tournament souvenir, snacks and coffee across the whole weekend, and a Saturday night social (Details to follow).
King’s County Squash Club (KCSC) is pleased to once again host the King’s County Squash Tournament for Education. Proceeds from this event are in support of Fiona Iluyomade, a Grade 12 student at Horton High School in Greenwich, NS. Originally from Nigeria, Fiona now lives in the Annapolis Valley, has been playing squash for 2 years out of KCSC, and is planning to move to Halifax next fall to attend Dalhousie University where she intends to pursue a B.Sc. in Medical Sciences.
The tournament starts on Friday March 3rd at 5pm for local players, and 6pm for out of town players. Tournament Division finals play out Sunday afternoon March 5th.
The tournament provides a souvenir, snacks all weekend, lunch on Saturday, and a Saturday evening Social.