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Summer is quickly approaching and some information below to keep you in the loop. As always, if you'd like further information on any aspect of the Squash Tigers World please email or message via (609) 906-4271.

Our penultimate Rehearsal Tournament was spectacular and if you haven’t caught up on the report, it can be found via the website. Our final event of the year is June 3 and it promises to be the biggest and best attended with no significant US Squash events clashing and the promise of matches, matches and more matches! Please be aware that we cap entries at 60 players, so the best way to avoid disappointment is to enter early.

Early Summer Camps commence June 1 and continue to June 25.

Weekday Schedule (Monday-Friday)

2:00pm-3:15pm SQUAD


4:00pm-5:15pm SQUAD


6:00pm-7:15pm SQUAD

Weekend Schedule (Saturday, Sunday)

10:00am-11:30am SQUAD


12:30pm-2:00pm SQUAD


3:00pm-4:30pm SQUAD

There are two options to attend our Early Summer Camps - you can train on a drop in basis or you can have the Full Camp membership. Full costs and online enrollments on our dedicated webpage.

Our Full Summer Camps Commence Monday June 26!

Full Camps run every weekday of Summer from June 26 with the exception of the week of July 3rd. Full Day camp runs from 9:30am - 3:30pm and we offer half day options of 9:30am-12:00pm or 1:00pm-3:30pm.

A typical day looks like this:

9:30-10:00am Warm ups, team building and agility training

10:00-10:45am On-court - Target Driven Technique development of Shot of the Week

10:45-11:30am On-court - Guided Discovery Tactical Training emphasizing Tactical Priority of the Day

11:30-12:00pm Squash Specific Physical training - speed, strength, agility and flexibility training

12:00-1:00pm Lunch (not included)

1:00-1:30pm Warm ups, team building and agility training

1:30-2:15pm On-court - Target Driven Technique development of Shot of the Week

2:15-3:00pm On-court - Guided Discovery Tactical Training emphasizing Tactical Priority of the Day

3:00-3:30pm Squash Specific Physical training - speed, strength, agility and flexibility training

Morning and afternoon camps differ in content and curriculum. They link well together, but may be taken as stand alone training. Enrollment options and costs may be found on our dedicated webpage.

Additionally for elite players we offer training opportunities with our Performance Program to augment our summer camps. Full details on our “bolt on” additions here.

As always, I’m more than happy to assist in crafting the best possible summer for your kids and you can email us if you’d like anything clarified. All the coaches are looking forward to a great summer of hard work and fun at the club.

See you at training.

Paul and the team

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This past Saturday saw players from throughout the United States descend upon Squash Tigers for our Penultimate Rehearsal Tournament of the 2022/23 season… and it turned out to be one of our very best! With everything from National Champs right through to players who are yet to begin their US Squash Tournament careers, there was something for everyone. In a tribute to the strength of our girls program, four of the five divisions were won by girls, make of that what you will, and the day saw great skill, sportsmanship and friendship up and down the courts. What a celebration of squash it was!!

Premier Division saw Alex win his second Rehearsal Tournament title for the season with a sterling win over James, who was making his debut in the Series. James, despite recovering from a rather nasty cold, acquitted himself well throughout and was a welcome addition to the event! Will, playing in his first few complete matches since a February injury, acquitted himself well and will be better for the outing. He defeated JJ for 3rd place. A quick reminder, JJ received the William T. Ketchum Jr. Most Improved Award for BU15, having moved up 80 ranking places during the last season after winning two JCT’s at U13, so he’s not had a bad few months himself! In a high standard 5-8 Evan, Eric, Arjun and Maryam (fresh from winning the PA Gold GU19 recently) all played hard and benefitted from three tough refereed matches. Good prep for when the pressure comes on in US Squash events in the future.

Lily won D1 in fine style, defeating our GU13 National Champion Isabella (don’t call me Bella) in the final. Edward enjoyed a solid event, his quarter final victory over Moeed in the quarter final was one of the matches of the tournament! Moeed, making his debut finished sixth after defeating Ty and losing out to ever improving Jonathan in the playoffs. Everyone’s favorite player, our 11 y.o. star Eric, and Ty also played a barn burner with Eric making to come out ahead after a loooong day on the courts.

Angela dominated D2 with her very solid driving game, eventually driving Dhruv off court in the final. Leo finished in a well positioned 3rd place, defeating Jonah in qualifying and only losing out to the winner! Angela herself has had a season to be proud of and was the recipient of US Squash’s GU15 Most Improved Award at Silver Nationals, so again, not a bad few months for one of our ST originals. Dhruv also did well, getting over his disappointment in losing to Ty in qualifying to defeat Allen and Andrew on his way to the final. Allen, Mimi (currently nationally ranked 7 in the GU11), Adam and Alice did well in the D2 consol - with no matches being straight forward!

D3 saw Chloe win, rebounding from loss to Alice in the qualifying to defeat the ever improving Sriya. Worth mentioning that Chloe is currently nationally ranked 13 in the GU11 and Alice ranked 14 - so that made it somewhat of an “upset”… sort of. Regardless, Tony made a podium finish, beating out Raymond and remind us that it is still Tony’s world, we’re just living in it. Evan, Ronnie, Dev and Jonah - the four musketeers, or perhaps the four horsemen, depending upon their mood at the time, were a delight in the back draw with Evan finishing 5th.

Siddhi continued on the theme of GIRL POWER, coming away with the D4 trophy! Jesse and Dean rounded out the podium, with Ethan, Ansh, Kaileen and Vincent demonstrating their week upon week improvements. As ACDC said, “it’s a long way to the top if you wanna rock and roll”, and the crew are definitely on the way to the top with their weekly diet of hard work!

Overall a sterling event, with high standards of sportsmanship, skill and fellowship. Our final Rehearsal Event of the 2022/2023 season will be June 3 and you can enter via our dedicated webpage. The event will be a perfect opportunity to get matches, matches and more matches before the rigors of summer tournaments and summer camps. There are no junior US Squash events of note on that particular weekend, so please be aware that we cap our entries at the first 60 players to register, so if you intend to compete, sooner rather than later is the best way to avoid disappointment!

See y’all in June for the biggest and best Rehearsal event of the year before our summer camps begin!

*Addendum thanks to our ST photographer for the event @eddiesteadyphotography on insta!

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Happy Monday!

Some simple points below, if you'd like further information on any aspect of the Squash Tigers World please email me via or message me on (609) 906-4271.

  1. Our penultimate Rehearsal Tournament is this coming Saturday, May 6 - matches, matches and more matches - you can enter here - kickoff 9:30am.

  2. June Summer Plans HERE and Full Summer Plans HERE. Happy to talk through best options for child's summer - it'll be summer sooner than one expects!

  3. Finally, my standard reminder - it's only May 1st! Great to plan for Summer, even better to make sure you have a productive few weeks leading in... let me know if you'd like to add that additional lesson with one of our coaches, get some tournament planning done or maybe even just start to learn the sport.

See you all at the club.


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