The Oceania Squash Federation (OSF) was formed in 1992 as a regional federation within the membership of the World Squash Federation (WSF) to cover the Oceania region. Other regional federations within WSF include Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas.
The Oceania region extends from Australia in the west to Tahiti in the east; Guam in the north to Antarctica in the south. The region is represented by a wide range of different cultures and made up predominantly by islands of varying sizes surrounded by the majestic Pacific Ocean.
Oceania Squash Federations vision is for Squash to be recognised and respected as a high profile, participant, growing sport and recreational activity for all sectors of the Oceania community.
The inaugural meeting of the federation was held in 1992, Auckland, New Zealand and meetings have been held on a regular basis since then, normally in conjunction with the Pacific Games, Pacific Mini Games or Oceania Championships. The federation now meets annually.
2014 Brisbane, Australia 14th General Meeting:
OSF Reports to the World Squash Federation