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We promote, foster, and develop squash in the greater Waikato Region through a coordinated and professional approach.

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Robin Lindsey

It is with great sadness that we advise you of the passing of Squash Waikato's Life Member, Robin Lindsey. Robin has been involved in the squash community for many years at both club and district level.

Our heart felt thoughts and prayers are with their families at this difficult time.

Robin’s funeral is Wednesday at 11am at the Matamata Club on Rawhiti Street.


This event provides an opportunity for every player, regardless of grade, to compete to be a national champion!

At the District Super Champs Eliminations clubs in a single district play off to find the district champion in each grade. The district champion is then eligible to travel to the National Super Champs finals to play off for the national title. Teams contest ties in round-robin and/or knockout format, with the team that wins three or more matches declared the winner.

Important Dates

  • 5 June Deadline for Composite Team applications
  • 13 June Deadline for grade changes or additions
  • 15 June Grading List Eligibility Date/Seeding Date
  • 20 June Entries Close/Deadline for Venue Requests
  • 2 July Entries Close !!! Extended
  • 23 July Deadline for Team Changes
  • 27 July Deadline for Team Protests
  • 1 August Draws Published
  • 3 August Grading List for Playing Order
  • 10-12 August Superchamps Regional Eliminations
  • 26-29 September Superchamps Nationals

 Superchamps Information 


Congratulations Anika Jackson, Temwa Chileshe and Georgia Robcke

Three Waikato teenagers have been selected to represent New Zealand in the upcoming World Junior Champs, next month in Chennai, India

A large contingent of New Zealand’s rising squash players have been confirmed for the men’s and women’s world junior individual champs followed by the biennial men’s world junior team championships next month in Chennai, India.

Players coming from a wide range of experience and with an eye on the future have been selected. Waikato’s Anika Jackson has been selected for India along with Temwa Chileshe in the boys team, while Georgia Robcke (Waikato) has been named in a development spot. Waikato's Phil Buscke will also be attending as one of the girls coaches.

“The players have been through a particularly rigorous selection process this year. The broadening of the team to include development players gives some the opportunity to prepare for future events that was not previously available. Following the inspirational Commonwealth Games results the players selected will be wanting to replicate this success,” said Shelley Kitchen, high performance manager Squash NZ.

The Men’s and Women’s World Junior Individual Championships take place at the Indian Academy, Chennai from 18-23 July followed by the biennial World Junior Team Championships. All players named to represent New Zealand will be taking part in this month’s national senior championships in Henderson.

Getting Started

Squash is gender-neutral sport and is accessible to all ages, colours and beliefs. Everyone can play - all you need is a racquet and ball, and to rent a squash court.

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Sharpen your game and play against similar graded players.  Anyone can enter, so find out when the next tournament is near you and enter with some mates!

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Find out more about some of the top players in the Waikato and New Zealand, what makes them tick and how they can inspire you.

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