From time to time Nicole has Tips she would like to share with club members to help them on the road to a better squash experience. Here is the first installment of “The Pro’s Corner” A Tip from Nicole.
It’s Harvest Hit Season. The annual Pickering Squash Club Harvest Hit is just days away. This is the perfect venue for you to show off your skills on the court and have a great weekend of Doubles Squash.
Hi Everyone, I hope that you have all had a great summer!
We are planning another social “Racquets Night” fun tournament following our Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Tuesday September 27th.
We encourage everyone to come out to our AGM for the latest information regarding the club, to ask any questions, provide input into planning future events. Also, please consider joining the executive team for the 2016/2017 season.
Immediately following our short AGM meeting, there will be a fun singles squash, doubles squash and ping-pong event. If you have not played singles squash in a while or you are not an experienced doubles player, there is no need to worry because the night is all about fun. We will simply be playing a round-robin in all 3 areas (singles, doubles, ping-pong) and heading over to Sabina’s for some drinks and social following the events.
There is a sign up sheet posted outside court 4 (singles courts), or you can send and e-mail to Steve Dizig (PSC Social Director) at [email protected] with your interest. He will add you to the list and ensure you are included.
Labour Day is over, the CNE has ended for another year, the kids are back to school and most importantly THE SQUASH SEASON HAS STARTED!!!
It’s time to get back on the courts and join in the fun, but first things first. Download the PSC_2016-17_membership_form, fill it out, pay the dues and you will be ready to participate in all things Pickering Squash.
Want to know what is going on? Check out the event calendar by clicking on the EVENT CALENDAR in the Menu at the top of this post.
Joe Brown recently pointed me to a video on YouTube which was made back in 1985. It gives a great view of the game of HardBall Squash which was a forerunner of the game of Softball which we play today. Have a look and see how a good part of the history of Squash is Toronto centric. You will see some young faces of legends of the game, some of which are still around.