Competitive squash in New Zealand is underpinned by the grading list resource. The grading list gives a grade to every squash player in New Zealand, and monitors their progress relative to other players. Every time a competitive match of squash is played in New Zealand, the winner receives grading points, while the loser loses grading points. As players win matches and accumulate points they can rise to a higher grade.
The grading list includes a useful online system enabling players to track their grading points - and the points of their rivals! This system is called 'iSquash', and it is available here. For more information on point adjustments click here.
Below is a summary of what a player/club statistician/administrator needs to do to get onto the system:
A player needs to be registered and apply for membership before they can be allocated a code and appear on the grading list.
A club administrator/statistician can accept a player as a member of the club on iSquash by:
Once this is done they will show up on the grading list. When this has happened can you please let us know and we will add the players. If anything is not clear, please do not hesitate to contact Squash Waikato.