Karakal North of England Regional Event 2021-22
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East of England Regional Event 2019-20
Karakal British Open Masters Squash Championships 2021 - Colets Health & Leisure Club
The Karakal British Open Masters Squash Championships 2021 will be held at Colets Health and Leisure Club from the 8th to 12th December 2021.

The Masters' event is open for registration.  To register click the poster image to the left, or click here.

There is a prize fund for this event which is detailed on the event page.

2021-2022 Event Schedule

Subject to government restrictions, we now have confirmed dates and venues for the three regional tournaments we will hold this season as well as the British Open Masters. We expect to open entries for these events at the start of July and will update the National Championships as soon as possible.

1st-3rd October 2021 ESM Regional - North Pontefract Squash & Leisure Club
12th-14th November 2021 ESM Regional - Midlands Edgbaston Priory Club
8th-12th December 2021 British Open Masters Colets Health & Fitness Club
14th-16th January 2022 ESM Regional - East Ipswich Sports Club
9th-13th February 2022 National Championships To be confirmed

Stuart Hardy
England Squash Masters


Registration for the regional events is now open. Click on the venue logos on the right of this page, or the relevant poster image below to access the event information.

Squash In The COVID-19 Crisis - Return To Play
Hi Folks,

Nearly there! As you are all aware we are getting closer to playing our fabulous game. Please read the following statement from England Squash, this will allow an understanding of what is, and what is not permitted.

Current status

With the UK moving to Step 3 of the COVID-19 Response – Spring ‘21 Roadmap on Monday 17 May, Sport England have confirmed that squash clubs and venues can reintroduce full court squash for adults and juniors from this date.
Our guidance has now been updated to interpret what it means for squash. Please note, further updates may be required once the full Government guidance has been released.

Back to Squash timeline

To help you plan your return, we’ve created a timeline to illustrate what squash’s phased return to the full game could look like in line with the Government’s four step roadmap out of lockdown. We’re working closely with Sport England and our partners to roll out guidance at each step whether you’re a club, venue, coach or player.

Step 3 Back to Squash guidance

The UK Government has announced that we will move to Step 3 of the COVID Spring Recovery plan on Monday 17 May and Sport England have confirmed that squash clubs and venues can reintroduce full court squash for adults and juniors.
Following the updated rules for indoor gyms and leisure facilities, squash clubs and venues are able to offer the following permitted activity: Players can get on court with multiple households and play full court squash e.g. best of five with tie-breaks, and singles and doubles (squash bubbles and modified versions not required).
The maximum number of players on court allowed are 4 adults or children.
Coach-led sessions can take place in any number (within the maximum venue capacity limit) but the maximum number of players on court allowed is 4 adults or 6 children. Coaches are allowed on court and are not included in the total number of players on court. Coaches can provide Out-of-School Setting activities to all children (6 max per court), with no restrictions on the total number in attendance.
Spectators are allowed to return, but must observe maximum of six people or two households as well as social distancing rules and wear face coverings.
Indoor bar/restaurant/cafe areas are allowed to open, and must follow the current UK Government guidance.
We've released version 7 of the Back to Squash guidance which reflects Government and Sport England guidelines. You should treat this as a new set of guidelines, familiarising yourself with all sections as there are changes throughout.

We look forward to seeing you back on court soon!
Keep well.
ESM Committee
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14-16 Jan

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Event Points 2021-2022
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Points Sample
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Squash Player Magazine
2021 Issue 2
Squash Player Magazine
Comment: Pandemic; forward to the World Championships; tributes and a welcome.
Columns: Alex Wan, James Zug and debutant columnists Kanzy El Defrawy and Karim Darwish.
News: England Squash appoints a new CEO.
World Squash: The men’s World Team Championship moves to Malaysia and Russia plans to stage its first World Championship.
Features: Surrender to None- the story of Essendon Squash Club; Squash Player magazine’s 50th year.
Tributes: Malcolm Willstrop, John LeLievre and the Duke of Edinburgh.
State Of The Game: New Australian CEO Robert Donaghue on participation Down Under and Joy Carter on squash in England.
Thinking Out Of The Box: Squash Player reports on outdoor squash initiatives and two innovative developments that are opening up the game to new audiences.
Club & Court: All the key club and court news, including a club built out of wood and another from leftover potato boxes. Also, how your courts can receive a face-lift with a quick, easy but certified paint job.
On Court: Analysis, round-up and the World Championships in view in Chicago.
Workshop: What would be very useful in playing squash well? Knowing where your opponent is? Hesham El Attar explains how to develop this skill. Also: News; Q&A; Tactical errors part 2; Mind Games; Know Thyself, Rules Quiz; Marlowe on the front wall; Newton explains issues around a squash player’s back and Rodney Martin continues his exclusive series.
Gear: We get the exclusive on a new racket brand and its first big new pro signing; how the new Pro T One gizmo gives you an inside report on your strings; plus all the latest sponsorship news.
Gallery: Lisa Aitken tangles with Covid, has her say on padel and reveals why she loves whisky..
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