Check out our range of FREE Girls April School Holiday Programmes all around Christchurch and Rangiora. They are all about having fun and meeting new friends, so register now at https://www.squashcanterbury.co.nz/registration/index.cfm
All equipment provide, just need to wear clean non marking court shoes.
Tuesday 20th April - Christchurch Squash Club
Wednesday 21st April - Rangiora Squash Club
Wednesday 21st April - Christchurch Football Squash Club
Wednesday 28th April - Burnside Squash Club
Thursday 29th April - Hoon Hay Squash Club
Friday 30th April - Linwood Squash Club
Squash Canterbury is looking for an enthusiastic and dedicated individual that has had success in fostering participation by individuals and groups in physical activity. They will be responsible for overseeing and coordinating sustainable long-term growth at the grassroots level of squash.
Some of the responsibilities of the Participation Activator include being able to:
· Lead, promote and manage positive relationships with clubs, volunteers and the wider squash community.
· Sustain, grow and promote all aspects of squash, including organization of events and developing bespoke initiatives to increase the number of participants at the grassroots level.
· Assist in developing relationships between clubs and schools which provide valuable links to engage with rangatahi and tamariki and expose them to the sport of squash.
· Develop relationships between Squash Canterbury, clubs and community groups to foster engagement with target audiences that traditionally have not participated in squash.
The role is based in Christchurch, and is 15 hours per week for a fixed term contract through to December 2021, with a view to starting as soon as possible. You will engage with clubs around Christchurch, and also in the Selwyn, Malvern and North Canterbury areas. Due to the role being entirely funded by grant funding, this means that the renewal of a 12-month fixed term contract for 2022 will be dependent on the receipt of grant funding for the following year.
Please contact the CEO at email@example.com for the full position description.
Applications close at 5:00pm on Thursday 1 April. Short listed applicants will be contacted once applications ahve closed in regards to the next steps in the process. Unsuccessful applicants will be notified within five working days.
Our Junior Development Officer Di McCoy has been liaising with clubs and coaches to put together a fantastic offering of after school programmes for beginner juniors that would like to try out the sport of squash or enhance their squash skills.
It's all about having fun and meeting new people so head on over to www.squashcanterbury.co.nz/registrations/index.cfm to sign up!
The Squash season is nearly back and for all the restless souls out there the OXFORD CLUB is hosting their OPEN in February this year. The club has undergone many repairs since the earthquakes and is now looking in tip-top shape and is hosting this open with the hope of making their club look even better.
Oxford is a welcoming and tidy 2 court complex 30min outside of Christchurch that includes fascinating views of the Canterbury plains along the way and has the famous Sheffield pie shop just around the corner (I've been told these pies are to die for) as a great food stop.
The Oxford Open will be a great tournament for everyone and if you want to sign up then go to https://www.squash.org.nz
Here's another new initiative coming out of Squash Canterbury - the WOMENS R18 D GRADE & BELOW SERIES. Its a great opportunity for women who wants to take up squash or get playing more, to play a tournament where everyone will be of similar ability.
This is the first of 4 tournaments in the series taking place at FOOTBALL CLUB and run by Kirsty Whiteside who is a D1 herself.
To sign up go to Squash NZ - https://www.squash.org.nz