The county organises county (inter-club) leagues for Squash and Squash 57 team players throughout the year. These are played at most of the clubs across the county on weekday evenings and are an excellent mix of competitive squash and social gathering as the teams meet for after match food and refreshment. Mixed leagues and ladies-only leagues are available. Most clubs also run their own internal box leagues and cater for all standards.
Leagues for the Mixed players run in two halves with the first half starting in the autumn and the second half in January. There is also a summer league followed by a doubles league at the end of the summer. A Squash 57/Racketball league also runs at the end of summer.
Many clubs operate box leagues for competitive matches within the club. These can be arranged at any time with the boxes being refreshed usually each month. You don’t have to be a team player to play in the boxes and they are ideal for even beginners to get a few competitive matches in. There is also a box league specifically for the juniors in the county
which had its first round in January 2017 at Redland.
These leagues are all supported by our ‘badsquash’ online system with all results being fed into SquashLevels, the England Squash national ranking system. You only have to play one competitive match to get an England ranking! Click on the links to visit the sites and explore.
Please ask at your local club to get involved. You will be more than welcome as we are always looking for new players.