🗣 Attention All Clubs! 🗣

Your club could be eligible for the Sport New Zealand Community Resilience Fund!

Thanks to Sport New Zealand for putting this together for the clubs that need it 🤝

Get ready to get your applications in!

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Kia hiwa ra, Kia hiwa ra! Sport NZ has announced today an extra $25m available to the Play, Active Recreation and Sport sector. $15m of this funding is available for regional bodies and clubs through the Sport NZ Community Resilience Fund. This fund opens for applications on 11 May. Check out our website to find out if your club or regional body may be eligible for support as a result of COVID-19 impact. https://sportnz.org.nz/covid-19/sector-support-package

Looking for a Challenge..Looking for a way to support your Club.. Why not get involved?!
Please share with everyone you know and support your Club

The rules are on our Squash Canterbury Facebook Page

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Come along to the club Referee exam night!
Tuesday 28th April at 7pm via ZOOM

Do you want to refresh your refereeing skills?
Do you want to qualify or renew your club referee exam qualification?
New to refereeing and want to learn the basics?
Want to feel more confident when refereeing games?

Everyone who logs on and answers the club exam poll questions will be manually adjusted on iSquash to be a qualified Club Referee.
Whether you answer right or wrong our National refereeing panel will be there to explain the correct answer to ensure you pass!

This will be a learner-centered approach to getting your qualification rather than sitting the exam by yourself and scrolling through the rule book!

Register here and you will be emailed with more information: https://zoom.us/…/regi…/tJYocO-spjgoGtB5ndmmJT_ShBcso9-bILbz

If you have any questions please feel free to get in touch with Deanna: deanna@squashnz.co.nz


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Oxford Open Tournament

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



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