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    IAPS Squash
    There are over 4,200 places to play Squash in England


Squash is one of the most popular sports to play in the UK and is one of the fastest growing in England. Last year more than 240,000 people played squash and racketball every week in England.

Tournament information

Competition categories
U11 singles
  • competitors must be U11 on the 1 September 2018.
  • Open singles
  • competitors must be U14 on the last day of the tournament.
    Girls singles
  • competitors must be U14 on the last day of the tournament.
  • Doubles
  • pairs can be made up of girls, boys or mixed.
  • competitors must be U14 on the last day of the tournament.

  • Equipment
  • Competitors should wear non-marking shoes.
  • British Standard eye protection is required for all matches.
  • The double yellow dot ball will be used.

  • Merchandise

    Shirt Logos Ltd
  • The official merchandisers for IAPS, who sell branded products both online, and at events, throughout the year. All of the commission made from the merchandise is put directly back into the sports programme, to keep improving the events every year.

  • Team hoodies
  • Shirt Logos do team hoodies for schools. Place your order online and have your hoodies sent directly to your school or collect at the event.
  • Entry requirements

    General eligibility
  • All levels of players are encouraged to take part.
  • All competitors must attend an IAPS School.
  • Children may only play in one age group plus a doubles throughout the competition.
  • Only a member of school staff, with a school email address, can enter IAPS sports events.
  • Bookings are made on a first come, first served basis.

  • Doubles eligibility
  • Doubles - pairs must be from the same school, with a maximum of 16 per school taking part.
  • Competitors must only enter ONE singles competition (no limit on single entries per school).

  • National governing body

  • The national governing body for squash in England is England Squash.

  • Junior 101: This is a new digital coaching resource packed full of fun activities designed to engage and develop children as young as five. Junior 101 will allow you to create and deliver tailored sessions to groups, whatever their ability, using the England Squash downloadable ‘pick and mix’ activity cards.

  • Coaching: Would you like to become a Squash Coach or Leader? England Squash have Schools Squash Leaders Awards and a full coaching pathway for anyone who would like to get involved.

  • Rules and regulations

    England Squash rules and regulations
  • All IAPS squash tournaments are conducted under the England Squash rules, including their ruling on gender splits within tournaments.
  • Please read the rules and regulations in full before entering the event.

  • Competitor details
  • Schools must complete their competitors details before the entry deadline for the event.
  • The link to submit your competitors details is sent to you in the confirmation email, sent to you immediately after booking online.
  • If you do not receive the confirmation email for any reason, you can log into your account via iaps.uk and re-send yourself the email.

  • IAPS Noticeboard

    We will always email and tweet any urgent information to schools regarding our events e.g. cancellations due to weather.

    We will use this noticeboard to post the same information.

    Important information
  • There is no important news at this time.

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