Squash Contact: Diane McCoy – Squash Canterbury
If you require additional support when putting together your squash team please contact Diane or your local club.
Manager’s Meeting: 10.45am, 17 September, at Lincoln University Rec Centre Courts
Rules: The Koru Games Squash competition will be played under the rules of Squash New Zealand
Competitions: Boys and Girls tournaments will be played separately where possible. Boys and Girls will compete together if necessary due to the minimum number of entries not being reached to allow separate tournaments.
Format: The tournament will play a round robin generating final placings that will lead to play off games to decide on final tournament placings.
Equipment: Eyewear is compulsory. Schools must supply their own equipment, including balls and racquets. Students to please wear non-marking court shoes. Some equipment can be borrowed if requested in advance please contact Diane at Squash Canterbury for assistance with equipment.
Team Manager: All schools/teams must be accompanied by a manager who is willing to support the students with their referring and marking responsibilities.
First Aid: Leeston Physio will be set up at Lincoln University to provide first aid to squash players that need it during the three days. However, it is recommended that each team comes with a can of pain relief cold spray and a basic first aid kit. Strapping may be available through the physio at an additional cost (cash only). Complete Podiatry will be on site alongside the physio on Thursday.
Food/Beverage: Pita Pit and Tamperblack Coffee will be onsite during the Games.
Pre-Games Training: Squash Canterbury will host coaching sessions prior to the Games. Please contact Diane McCoy email@example.com for further information.