Squash Yukon

Squash Wars: The Boast Awakens Tournament                             21 December 2016

This year’s tournament will take place on January 20 to 22 and is open to all levels with a guaranteed three matches. There will also be an optional Dingles (doubles on a singles court) round robin. Price is $30 for adults and $20 for juniors. There will also be a 30% discount for families of three or more.

Draw prizes will include:
- $250 Air North credit
- Manta racquet
- Bonus gift cards at Earls

All participants will also receive a gift bag to take home.

Friday night pizza and beer, Saturday coffee and snacks, and a social at Earls (with complimentary gift cards).

May the ability to hit a straight shot down the wall be with you.

Sign up at SportyHQ or at the sign-up sheets at court three at Better Bodies.

2016/17 Junior Programming                                                             21 December 2016

Squash Yukon’s junior programming set two will be starting soon! Again, we have Cameron Webber and Jane Bell working with the Junior Development and Competitive groups.
Cameron has been playing squash for 22 years and was a sponsored athlete for 10 years. He has extensive international experience (US, Europe, Australia). Cameron was the Assistant Coach for the 2007 Canada Games Yukon Squash Team, Assistant Coach for the Saskatoon Junior Squash Program, a member of 1999 Canada Games Squash Team, and Squash Yukon’s Athlete of the Year 1999. His highest national ranking has been top 150.
Jane participated in both the 2003 and 2007 Canada Winter Games. Her top rank was third in Canada and she placed fifth at the US Open in 2008 ranking her ranked near 150 globally. Jane won the Alberta Open and Closed in 2008 and was accepted on to Team Alberta. In 2007 she moved to Calgary to play squash and train with the Canadian National Coach (Glenn Stark). Jane played on the National Women’s Team event as position one in Vancouver for a year, for team Yukon. Jane has a level one in coaching.
Below are the times and prices for the first set of Junior Development, Competitive and Munchkins.
Set 2
January 9 to April 29 (March break will be off)
Competitive 
Monday & Wednesday at 7pm (45 minutes)
Saturday at 8:30am (90 minutes)
$350/pp
Junior Development
Monday & Wednesday at 7pm (45 minutes)
$350/pp
Munchkins (coached by Adam Sippel)
Monday & Wednesday at 4pm (45 minutes)
$200/pp
Squash Yukon will have gear available at each lesson for those players who may be new to the sport and not have all the equipment yet.
Please email Pixie at squashyukon.info@gmail.com to register your child for lessons, or if you have any questions.

 

2016/17 Squash Yukon League                                                       1 September 2016

The 2016-2017 squash season is once again upon us and Squash Yukon is excited to provide Squash League.

Squash Yukon Leagues will run from October 25/27th 2016 through to May 2017 with Tuesday (Division 1) and Thursday (Division 2) night play. At the end of season play a league championship will take place to crown two Yukon champion teams. As in past years, there will be seven teams competing in each league with four or five players on each team. Play will take place at Better Bodies between 7pm and 9:30pm. The cost of eight months of play will be $140.

Squash Yukon will be organizing Box Ladder play for League participants through September. This will help us to better place players on teams, and to help players get out on the courts for the beginning of the season.

Please email squashyukon.league@gmail.com before September 2nd, 2016 to ensure we are able to organize our Box Ladder through the time leading up to League start of October 25/27th. There will also be sign-up sheets at the courts.

Lastly, Squash Yukon is always looking for new local businesses to sponsor a team.If you know of anyone who may be interested please let us know, and we will be able to send them additional information.