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Mobile App - it's worth trying this again! I have just discovered a problem with the mobile phone apps, that's been 'lurking' for a while! I know some users were experiencing difficulties with the app, but could never get enough detail to trouble-shoot it properly. I have now managed to do this, and found an issue which would have prevented any players registering after a certain date from using the app successfully - but it's all sorted now. So - if you have tried the app, but found it kept crashing upon login - then it's well worth trying it again. Sorry for any inconvenience caused!
The integration with the SquashLevels.com website has been enhanced to allow club administrators to omit results for chosen leagues being sent to SquashLevels. This is particularly useful for those clubs running both Squash and Racketball leagues on this site. Hence, the administrators can choose to send all Squash Match results to SquashLevels, but omit the Racketball results.
The option to send results to SquashLevels (or not) is on the "change league details" page.
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Sep 7 2020 5:18PM
CIB World Tour Finals for Cairo
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Aug 18 2020 11:18AM
Serious Squash Podcast Episode 3: Featuring Greg Hutner
In the most recent podcast I had longtime friend and college teammate, Greg Hutner on. Greg is a 3x Canadian Junior Champion and was 1 of the top players at Western University. He know runs one of the top junior programs in the country at Mayfair Lakeshore in Toronto. In this episode we discuss junior and college squash and have fun remembering some of our old squash days. Here's the link if you'd like to give it a listen: Episode 3: Greg HutnerHere's a glimpse of the epsiode
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Feb 28 2019 7:24PM
PSA World Championships Chicago
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May 24 2018 6:46PM
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