Community Squash Instructor Course – September 17

Squash Nova Scotia is pleased to host another Community Squash Instructor Course on September 17th at King’s County Squash Club in Kentville.

The Community Squash Instructor Course and the Multi-sport modules (NCCP Make Ethical Decisions course & NCCP Coach Initiation in Sport eLearning) provide all the training necessary to help introduce the fundamentals of squash to beginners at all ages. By becoming a ‘Trained Community Squash Instructor’ you may assist Certified Coaches in your club or local community (ie. school teams, grassroots programming, beginner clinics etc.).

This course is geared towards those who are club volunteers, recreational players, teachers, older juniors or parents who do not coach full time but would like to learn the basic skills of squash instruction at the grassroots level.

For more information or to register, view the ClubLocker event here!

KCSC Rust Remover – Sept 29-Oct 1

Welcome to the Kings County Squash Club Rust Remover! We are excited to get back on the courts and start playing.

The tournament will run from Friday, September 29th to Sunday, October 1st. Players are guaranteed 3 matches if registration numbers allow.  Out of town players first matches will be scheduled 6pm or later on Friday.

Tournament Ball – Dunlop DY. Dunlop is the Official Ball of Squash Nova Scotia.

There will be a social Saturday night at Paddys Pub in Wolfville. Details to follow!

For more information or to register, view the ClubLocker event page here!

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King’s County Squash Tournament for Education

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.

Learn more and sign up on Club Locker here!

The tournament starts on Friday Dec 2nd at 5pm for local players, and 6pm for out of town players.  Tournament Division finals play out Sunday afternoon Dec 4th.

The tournament provides a souvenir, snacks all weekend, lunch on Saturday, and a Saturday evening Social.