Irish Squash are running another WSF Level 1 Coaching course this month in Dublin. All details are on their website. It’s a four-day course including an assessment, and will be led by Elvy De Costa. It’s open to everyone, and is definitely recommended to players and potential coaches.
Following the WSO Level 1 Refereeing course run by Irish Squash recently, we now have four newly qualified referees in the Leinster. Congratulations to Alan Sheehy Skeffington (LCC) Andrew Gillespie (MP) Noel Storey (ALSAA) Paul Byrne (ALSAA) Paul Conroy (LCC) There will be another course run soon so if you’re interested in getting an official qualification or just to get a better understanding of
There will be a refereeing course held in each of the provinces in April and May with a view to increasing the number of Club Grade (lvl 1) Referees. In Leinster it will take place on 29th April and 13th May in Leinster CC. This course is being facilitated by Irish Squash. For more information or or to sign up for the course check
Good luck to our Leinster players this weekend, who have been selected to represent Ireland in the 5 Nations competition. Aaron Cullen (BU13), Isabelle Kelly (GU13) Denis Gilevskiy (BU15), Dylan Moran (BU15), Jack O’Flynn (Bu15), Sean Murphy (BU15), Maria Protsepova (GU15) These players will represent their country against the best players in England, France, Scotland and Wales. The competition takes place in Sutton LTC,
Congratulations to the Leinster boys u13 and u15 teams who both bought the Interpros trophies from Waterford back to Leinster at the weekend. A great weekend of squash was had by all. Well done also to the u11 team and the girls u15 team who were both runners-up. MU11 BU13 GU13 BU15 GU15 MU17 Winner Munster Leinster Munster Leinster Ulster Munster Runner Up
Congratulations to all players who have been chosen to represent Leinster Squash in the Interpros in Waterford this weekend. If they play as well as they look in their new Leinster kit, they’re going to do us very proud. Good luck!
Unfortunately a second BJO title for Denis was just out of reach yesterday in Birmingham. Although he played well, the Malaysian seemed to get to everything that Denis threw at him.. and returned it with more. He did win a silver medal for his magnificent effort, and a mention on the RTÉ national news on TV and web, and the large crowd that had
For the second time in his squash career, Mount Pleasant‘s Denis Gilevskiy has made it though to a final of the British Junior Open. Although his form has been exemplary this week, he hasn’t had it all his own way having to overcome tough opposition from Malaysia in the quarter-final and Egypt in the semi-final. He now plays Malaysia’s Ameeshenraj Chandaran for the BU15
Conor Moran from Sutton LTC joined some of the best juniors in the world recently when he was selected to help showcase squash at the 3rd Youth Olympic games in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He was one of 38 juniors from all over the world to picked to spend time playing on the interactive glass court in the Technopolis Park at the heart of the Olympic village,
Denis Gilevskiy (Mount Pleasant) make Irish Squash history yet again this weekend by winning the British Junior Championships BU15 in Nottingham. Denis (seeded number 1) played the English #1 Jonah Bryant in the final, coming back from 2/1 down to take the 5th game 11/9. He’s now added the British Junior Closed title to his British Junior Open Championship U13 in 2017. Full details