Further to last weeks decision to suspend the masters squash competition, I will send out further updates as they come out.

Please keep in mind that we have made this decision with the health and safety of all Masters Squash players in mind. Please note that other squash competitions around the nation were suspended on the same day that we did too and was in line with Squash Australia and Squash SA Policy on Coronavirus.

Yesterday a decision was made by the Federal Government to close all indoor sports centres and this includes Squash centres from midday today until further notice.

As a result of this decision all masters squash venues are now shut. I have included the email sent out by Squash SA on the issue today.


John Wood

SA Masters Squash

From Squash SA

During this unpresented period we at Squash SA are endeavouring to provide all Clubs and the wider Squash fraternity with the most up to date information.

We are taking the COVID-19 pandemic very seriously and our primary focus is the health and well-being of all of our Squash and Racquetball players, staff, clubs and centres. 

There is now a direction from the Chief Health Officer that all indoor sporting centres/clubs including squash centres must be closed as of 12 noon 23 March 2020 until further notice. 

All pennants, tournaments, in-house and social squash and racquetball must now be suspended and if there are any variations of this position we have been informed there will be significant fines imposed.

If you have any questions or require any information, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we will try to provide the most up to date advice.


Geoff Baynes

Squash SA