AZSRA Squash News – Tucson Grand Canyon State Games June 3rd-4th 2006

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.
What fun!

SquashRochester

SquashRochester

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.

TOURNAMENT REFEREE GUIDELINES

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

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