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YMCA Regina Fall Tournament

November 6, 2017

The YMCA Regina held their fall tournament with 32 players competing. Thanks to Shane Ashby and the team of volunteers for a good tourney.
 
Congratulations to the following players for winning their events.
A - Jeremy Hilderman
B - Isaiah Richter
C - Stan Torgunrud
D - Kushi Goyal

Upcoming tournaments...

October 23, 2017

We have two upcoming squash tournaments scheduled for Nov. 3 & 4.
 
YMCA Regina Fall Squash Tournamenthttp://sasksquash.com/tournament.php?id=37
This tournament has a limit of 30 players and is open to all.
 
University of Saskatchewan Fall Squash Tournamenthttp://recservices.usask.ca/campus-rec/tournaments/squash/index.php
This tournament has a limit of 40 players is open to all.
 
Registration has also opened up for the
This tournament includes a professional event, a $10,000 Professional Squash Association, PSA, tournament, that includes many of the top players in the world.

2017 Regina Open results...

October 23, 2017

Congratulations to the following players who won their divisions in last weekend's Regina Open squash tournament.
 
A  Noah Wernikowski
B  Chris Tunnicliffe
C  Reed Fitzgerald
D  Nick Doulias
E  Junyan Cau
 
Here are the complete results - http://squashcanada.tournamentsoftware.com/sport/draws.aspx?id=6B9607BD-208B-446C-98DA-EB1E1625CB02
 
Thanks go to Bruce Campbell and his committee of volunteers for their work and wonderful hospitality.