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Category Archives: Competitions
Big difference in playing standard means a boring game – not necessarily! A big difference in playing standard between two squash players can make for a boring game, and trying to “even-out” such a big difference in playing standard can … Continue reading
This post is the second in a two part article about squash competitions. The first post dealt with some of the questions that might occur to you if you have never organise squash competitions before, such as what type of … Continue reading
Running squash competitions may sounds easy, but if you have never done it, then it can be difficult to know where and how to start. How many players should/will participate? How do you organise the various matches? How do you keep … Continue reading
Ever though about handicap squash tournaments? – In my squash club, the standard of player varies tremendously, from complete beginners to A-class players. We have run quite a few tournaments, but the only impact the various players’ different abilities have … Continue reading