AZSRA Squash News » Blog Archive » Tucson Grand Canyon State Games June 3rd-4th 2006
June saw the second annual Tucson Grand Canyon States Games Squash Competition held at the Tucson Jewish Community Center.
There were 22 players in all out of which 7 players were from Phoenix the other 15 from Tucson.
Oh, yeah, I added a sidebar of the UA challenge ladder results.
I’ve created a “static” page of squash feeds – see that here
Minutes from the May 2006 meeting.Present: Bridget Borsa, Tim Broshears, Andy Butler, Bob Gerace, Bob Good, Allen Handelman, Eric Hernady, Chip Nimick, Mark Raeside, Morgan Smith, Amanda Smrcka.
Squash Rochester has a web page (a blog?) that has an RSS feed.
Atlanta Squash Blog: Welcome Atlanta Squash Players!
Welcome Atlanta Squash Players!
Atlanta Squash has a blog. The direct pointer to the blog is Atlanta Squash Blog
I don’t see any kind of RSS feed for it.
TOURNAMENT REFEREE GUIDELINES
The WSF has prepared these guidelines to assist those
responsible for the organisation of officials at major
tournaments. A Tournament Referee and/or Tournament
Director of any tournament may use it as a checklist,
whether that event is international, national, regional,
local, or club level.
A new version of the TRG (PDF file) is on US Squash. The link to the WSF online version was removed. I have preserved that link here.
Southern California Squash Racquets Association – Regional member of the USSRA
It is with regret that, while the SCSRA seeks a new Webmaster, operation of this site is suspended.
Please accept our sincere apologies.
Any squash player orenthusiast who has any interest taking over this responsibility or even serving on a new executive committee should contact Robert Graham as soon aspossible .
The current committee members have served for about 10 years and it is time for fresh ideas.
Unfortunate – looks like SoCal needs some help in their squash community