Tuesday, 19 October 2021
North Harbour Rugby and Paladin Sports continue relationship
North Harbour Rugby are thrilled to be extending their relationship with Sportswear and Apparel Provider, Paladin Sports for another three years after what has been a very ‘unusual’ season.
Friday, 15 October 2021
Squash NZ Sign With New Local Apparel Supplier Featuring Squash Specific Designs
Squash New Zealand is getting behind a local brand which truly gives back to the sport.
Thursday, 14 October 2021
NZ Squash Clubs Raise Over $20k for Mental Health Foundation
New Zealand squash clubs and districts have done themselves proud raising money for Mental Health Foundation New Zealand with activities around World Squash Day last Saturday 9 October.
Tuesday, 21 September 2021
North Harbour Hibiscus Farah Palmer Cup Season Ends
The North Harbour Hibiscus 2021 Farah Palmer Cup season has unfortunately come to an end with the team unable to play the scheduled semifinal match against Manawatu in the Championship due to the Auckland extend Covid-19 lockdown.
Monday, 13 September 2021
Former All Blacks Use Squash For Fitness And Competition
Squash is proving to be an ideal opportunity for everyone to keep fit, and social as well especially those who have excelled in other sports.
Monday, 30 August 2021
Lwamba Chileshe continuing his professional squash career overseas
Following the success of Paul Coll at the British Squash Open last week, New Zealand’s number three ranked player, Lwamba Chileshe is heading to the UK to take the next step in his career.
Thursday, 19 August 2021
Ex All Black Lends His Support To World Squash Day And Mental Health Foundation
There’s plenty of support in New Zealand behind World Squash Day 2021 as an ideal opportunity for the sport as well as the community to become more inclusive and also raise awareness and funds for the Mental Health Foundation.
Thursday, 5 August 2021
One Month To Go For New North v South Bowls Challenge
It’s just under a month until the new initiative in bowls in New Zealand takes place as the North (Te Ika-M-āui) and South (Te Waipounamu) teams clash in the new inter-island challenge in Dunedin.
Tuesday, 3 August 2021
New Zealand squash players get international rankings boost
Some significant improvements for New Zealand players in the PSA World Squash Rankings with several new career highs in the latest list just released.
Monday, 26 July 2021
Squash in NZ Set To Give Back To The Community
World Squash Day 2021 is getting closer with the sport in New Zealand keen to show it has plenty of depth and community spirit on and off the court.
Saturday, 24 July 2021
Harbour Hibiscus squad named for 2021 Farah Palmer Cup
QBE North Harbour Rugby has confirmed its squad for the Farah Palmer Cup 2021 with plenty of ambition to win games and continue growing the sport.
Sunday, 18 July 2021
Australian And Former Pro Win Howick Open Titles
A couple of new winners on the PSA Challenger squash circuit with Australia, Joseph White and former top-50 ranked Amanda Landers-Murphy taking out the titles at the Howick Open.
Wednesday, 14 July 2021
Big Names For Howick Squash Open
There’s plenty of talent lining up for the Liquorland Howick Open, a PSA Squash Challenger event for men and women with players ranked inside the top 150 world rankings.
Wednesday, 7 July 2021
Women's and Girls Numbers on the rise at North Harbour Rugby
Success for North Harbour Rugby with the large growth of women’s and girl’s rugby as pathways become more established and the sport gains traction in different areas of the community.
Thursday, 17 June 2021
Wellington Gets Ready To Host New Zealand Championships
The last time Wellington held the New Zealand Squash Championships was in 1971 and that has been the only occasion the city held the prestigious event.
Tuesday, 15 June 2021
North Harbour Rugby Turn Orange to Support Vulnerable New Zealanders
North Harbour Rugby Union (NHRU) has announced a transformational community partnership with Orange Sky New Zealand, becoming an official partner of the world’s first free mobile laundry service for people experiencing homelessness.
Sunday, 13 June 2021
Top seeds win Northland Squash Open titles
The Northland Squash Open had a familiar feel to the finals as the Chileshe brothers, Lwamba and Temwa faced off for the third time in a PSA Challenger tournament this year.
Friday, 11 June 2021
Steve Jackson joins North Harbour Rugby coaching lineup
North Harbour Rugby has confirmed a third Bunnings Warehouse NPC coach with Steve Jackson signing on to join the QBE North Harbour team for 2021.
Thursday, 10 June 2021
Locals Mixing It With World Ranked Players In Northland Squash Open
The Northland Open is bringing some of New Zealand’s best to the Whangarei Squash Club from tomorrow until Sunday with several players ranked inside the top 250 in the world.
Thursday, 3 June 2021
Big Names Confirmed For North v South Challenge
Some of the biggest names in bowls in New Zealand has been confirmed in the North (Te Ika-M-āui) and South (Te Waipounamu) Island teams for the new inter-island challenge in September.
Monday, 31 May 2021
Evan Williams wins Barfoot & Thompson Auckland Open squash title in dramatic fashion.
If anyone doubted the determination of New Zealand men’s squash No 2 Evan Williams they would be sorely disappointed as the 31-year-old from Wellington continued to hold off all rivals for yet another PSA Challenger title, this time at the Barfoot & Thompson Auckland Open.
Saturday, 29 May 2021
All-Kiwi men's final, all-Aussie women's final at Barfoot & Thompson Auckland Open
There will be an all -Kiwi and an all -Aussie final at the Barfoot & Thompson Auckland Open a the North Shore Squash Club.
Thursday, 27 May 2021
Bowls NZ confirms new North v South Challenge
A new initiative for bowls in New Zealand has been confirmed with the sport adding a fresh level of inter-island competition with the ‘first’ North (Te Ika-A-Maui) v South (Te Waipounamu) contest set for later this year.
Wednesday, 26 May 2021
Paul Coll wins into semis at El Gouna in Egypt
New Zealand’s world No.4 Paul Coll came from a game down against former world No.1 and current fifth seed, Karim Abdel Gawad to reach the semi-finals in El Gouna for the first time.
Tuesday, 25 May 2021
Top Squash hits Auckland with Australians competing for titles
The waiting is over for New Zealand squash players as they get to face new opposition after a year of domestic tournaments and opponents.
Paul Coll reaches quarters in Egypt but Joelle King beaten
Kiwi squash pro Paul Coll is through to the quarter-finals of the El Gouna International in Egypt after a solid performance against Frenchman Victor Crouin in the third round.
Saturday, 22 May 2021
Good Start For Paul Coll and Joelle King In Egypt
A successful start for the two New Zealanders at the El Gouna PSA Platinum squash tournament in Egypt with straight-game victories for both Joelle King and Paul Coll.
Friday, 21 May 2021
Paul Coll and Joelle King Back on Court This Week
After another break in tournaments due to Covid-19, New Zealand squash professionals, Paul Coll and Joelle King are set to take on the world’s best at the El Gouna PSA Platinum event in the Egypt this week.
Aussie talent tries to get one over Kiwis at Auckland Squash Open
Excitement is building in New Zealand and Australian squash with the confirmed entry list for next week’s Barfoot & Thompson Auckland Open showcasing most of the best players from each country.
Sunday, 16 May 2021
Evan Williams and Kaitlyn Watts Continue Their Title Run
Two players have stamped their authority on New Zealand domestic squash as Evan Williams and Kaitlyn Watts continued their winning streaks, this time at the PSA Challenger tournament, the Panmure Technifibre Open.