Squash New Zealand will host the Oceania Junior Championships again in 2023 after last hosting this event in 2019.
Oceania Squash are pleased to announce the resurrection of the Oceania Open which will be hosted by NZ Squash in conjunction with the Barfoot & Thompson Open in Auckland on 19th and 20th May 2023
Representative players from across the Oceania Region will compete in the Oceania Closed Championships to be held at the Nadi Sports Club from 3rd to 11th October
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Papua New Guinea junior squash players are preparing to compete in the December 17-19 Oceania Junior Championships in Sydney, Australia.
Arrangements for the 2022 Oceania Junior Championships have been finalised. Oceania Squash is keen to have junior players from our island nations competing where possible and may be able to provide some assistance.
A big shout out to Paul Coll who took out the Gold Medal in the Men’s Singles, surpassing his 2018 Silver Medal at the 2018 Gold Coast Games.
COLL GOES FOR GOLD
Paul Coll eased his way into the Men’s Singles Gold Medal Match with a 3-0 win over India’s Saurav Ghosal in 43 minutes (11-9, 11-4, 11-1).
Results from Day 3 and 4 of the Commonwealth Games squash competition in Birmingham.
The Women’s Singles event kicked off today and our Oceania ladies did us proud with four moving into the Round of 16
The Oceania Squash Federation is proud to congratulate two outstanding squash players who have been selected as flag bearers for the Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony.
The Oceania Squash Federation and Member Countries wish to acknowledge Dunlop International and World Squash for their ongoing support in the Oceania Region.
Incredibly sad news with the passing of former New Zealand Squash Rackets Association President Murray Day last week aged 90.
Due to the impact of Covid-19 and international travel restrictions the Oceania Junior Championships scheduled for April 2022 in New Zealand have been cancelled.
The Oceania Junior Championships scheduled for April 2022 in New Zealand have been cancelled. The uncertainty around travel restrictions and isolation for those entering New Zealand effectively has made it impossible to host the event for players outside of New Zealand.
The event had already been postponed from 2021 hoping that it could proceed in April of 2022. Sadly this cannot happen but OSF will review the situation in the next few months with a view to possible alternative dates later in 2022 if the situation improves signifcantly.
Tahiti will host the Pacific Games for the third time having been awarded the 2027 event at the Pacific Games Council (PGC) General Assembly on November 6,2021.
The annual general meeting of the Oceania Squash Federation will be held on Sunday December 5.
Due to the travel restrictions imposed by Covid the meeting will be held via Zoom.
The first Junior Squash Tournament in Fiji for over 10 years was recently held at the Victoria Courts in Suva. Squash Fiji has implemented a junior coaching program in Suva, Nadi, Lautoka and Savusavu over the past 6 months, so for most this was their first ever tournament.
Squash Australia is pleased to announce that Robert Donaghue is joining Squash Australia as the new Chief Executive Officer from Janauary 25, 2021.
It is with deep sadness that we have learned of the passing of Enzo Corigliano
The women's and men's singles events have now concluded with New Caledonia taking out the gold, silver and bronze medals in both events.
The team's event has concluded with New Caledonia taking out both the Women's and the Men's gold medals.
World team squash returns to the North Island city of Tauranga after just four years when New Zealand hosts the WSF Men's World Team Championship in 2021.
18 - 22 November 2019
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