Fall League has started, and the steam rooms are fixed (again)!

Club News

Fall League & Programs

Fall league has started up, and it was great to see everyone competing again Wednesday night and enjoying themselves! Fall league is great for getting into shape and connecting again with the Edmonton squash community. If you weren’t lucky enough to snag a spot in the Fall league though, we have a number of other programs running to kick the squash season off. Quite a few of the programs have filled up or are filling up so make sure you sign up before you miss out. These include:

Adult Clinics
Doubles League
Box League
Junior Programs
Season Opener Tournament
For more information, please visit our Events and Programs pages
Steam Room Back in Business

Steam room

Both of the steam rooms have been re-tiled and are now operational! No leaks so far! We appreciate everyone’s patience and we hope you enjoy the heat. After all, winter is coming…

Pro shop

Some of our new squash season products have arrived. We have many Black Knight, Tecnifibre & Harrow racquets in stock and soon our Salming racquets and shoes will be arriving. Yes, squash shoes!!! Ask the front desk if you want to try or order any of our products.


We are working very hard to make sure we fill as many teams as possible for the upcoming Interclub season. If you’re a team looking to fill a few spots or if you’re a “free agent” and looking for a team please let us know.

Jeff on holidays

Jeff will be away from the Club from September 10th-18th on vacation. For these dates, the club will be acting as a key club during daytime hours so make sure you remember to bring your key fob. If you need any assistance for anything club related, please contact Anne at info@edmontonsquashclub.ca or Ibrahim at ibrahim.elserafy@edmontonsquashclub.ca. The club will be operating normally with staff on hand in the evening.

Squash News


The PSA tour is back in full swing with players visiting Hong Kong for the first World Series stop and another 100k event in Shanghai shortly thereafter. Last week Squash TV carried the 25k event in Nantes. The next major PSA world tour event will be the eagerly anticipated 2016  Al Ahram International which will once again place squash front and centre in front of the Great Pyramid of Giza for the first time in 10 years!

Quick Links

Even the economist weighed in on the exclusion of squash at the Olympics

Garry Pedersen, an Australian squash coach, is offering video swing analysis. Here is a review of his service comparing side-by-side swings of a professional and a club player

Jonah Barrington goes over the correct squash grip and gives a few tips to start your squash season right.

Harrow continues its interview series with Australian Donna Urquhart

We don’t allow 40-hour court bookings here, but Pontefract Squash and Leisure club made an exception for these two in their quest to set the record for the longest singles game of squash.

Canadian PSA player Hollie Naughton is running a GoFundMe campaign to help defray some of her costs.

Sam Cornett reflects on returning from injury

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