Juniors

JUNIOR SQUASH IN THE HUNTER

If you’ve got a youngster that wants to pick up a racquet and have a bash, we can find a spot for you! All standards are catered for with junior squash at both the Cardiff and Raymond Terrace centres, and you can use your $100 Active Kids Vouchers with our Junior Programs.

Raymond Terrace holds Junior Pennants on Wednesdays from 5-6:30pm, and Cardiff Squash runs their junior program on Friday afternoons from 5-7pm.

Find all their contact info on the Courts page.

Click here to be directed to the 2020 NSW Junior and Senior Tournament Calendar

NSW COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS 2019

The Hunter and Central Coast is the home of three current New South Wales Country Champions from 2019 – Eddie Mayes (pictured, under 13 boys), Jordan Ghattas (under 15 boys) and Tanai O’Brien (under 17 girls). Our juniors regularly travel to tournaments across the region – contact Phil Jenkinson at Raymond Terrace Squash if your child is interested in playing in events across New South Wales!

AUSTRALIAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS 2018

Congratulations to our Newcastle and Central Coast juniors with impressive results once again in the Australian Junior Championships!

Jordan Ghattas – 8th (under 13 boys)

Tanai O’Brien – 9th (under 15 girls)

Luke Barry – 15th (under 17 boys)

Regan Acret – 16th (under 19 boys)

Bradley Fullick – 17th (under 19 boys)

NSW STATE TITLES 2018

Here’s some more proof that the Hunter has some of the best junior squash players in the state! Check out the results for our Hunter and Central Coast reps at the 2018 NSW State Titles at Coffs Harbour.

Under 13 Boys – Jordan Ghattas (2nd)

Under 15 Boys – Carter Boyd (11th)

Under 17 Boys – Ethan Bird (2nd), Luke Barry (4th), Joshua Lavers (10th)

Under 19 Boys – Brad Fullick (2nd), Regan Acret (5th)

Under 15 Girls – Tanai O’Brien (2nd)

Congratulations and well done to all players!

(picture credit – Coffs Harbour Squash and Swim Centre)

AUSTRALIAN JUNIOR OPEN – DARWIN 2017

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Congratulations to all our Juniors who competed at the 2017 tournament in the Top End. We have several Australian top 10 ranked players from the Hunter and Central Coast region. Here are some of the results;

Jordan Ghattas – 4th (under 11 boys)

Ethan Bird – 12th (under 15 boys)

Luke Barry – 15th (under 15 boys)

Zac Shaw – 23rd (under 15 boys)

Claire Flannery-Livingstone – 10th (under 17 girls)

Kevan Ghattas – 19th (under 17 boys)

Congratulations and well played everyone!

HUNTER TRIO GAIN SECONDARY SCHOOL AWARDS

Brad Fullick, Claire Flannery and Ethan Bird have received honours at the  Hunter Secondary Schools Awards for squash at a gala presentation in Wallsend on Wednesday, December 7.

Brad picked up a Blue, while Claire and Ethan received Sports awards.

This acknowledges the trio’s excellent performances at Regional, State and National levels.

On behalf of everyone involved at Newcastle Squash, we congratulate the trio on their efforts!

 

 

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