This tournament is Tour 2 of the Irish Squash Senior Tour, and will be run in Cork City across 3 venues; Highfield, Silver Springs, and Sunday’s Well on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 14th, 15th and 16th and can be entered on-line here.
The online entry closes on Friday, October 7, 2016 at 10:00 PM (GMT +01:00).
Congratulations to Sophie O’Rourke (Highfield) on winning the Curragh Senior Open 2016 Women’s section. The win should see Sophie move to the top of the current Women’s Irish Rankings.
At 15 years of age the future looks bright indeed for Sophie.
Philip McSweeney (Highfield) did the best of the Munster men, finishing 10th in the Men’s A Section, with Mark Furlong (Celtic) and Karl McLoughney (Thurles) also featuring in the A section.
Darragh Butler (Thurles) did the best of the rest finishing 6th in the Men’s B section, with Martin J McDonnell (Silver Springs), Paul O’Mahony (Highfield) and Graham Higgins (Silver Springs) also featuring in the B Section.
Michael Conlon (Ennis) finished 3rd in the Men’s C Section, with David Forde (Ennis) also featuring in the C Section.
Well done to all that took part, as we look forward now with anticipation to the next Irish Tour tournament in three weeks time which will be the Munster Squash Senior Open 2016 (Irish Tour 2).
That will be jointly held in Cork City across three clubs; Highfield, Silver Springs and Sunday’s Well.
Online entry is set up on Tournament Software at the following link:
We wish the best of luck to all our Juniors competing in this week-ends Connacht Junior Open.
The Munster contingent will be ably lead by Sophie O’ Rourke after her recent Senior international exploits.
Up and coming talents such as Eoghan Dunphy from Dunhill will get their first test of the season.
The Munster Juniors competing are: Eoghan Dunphy, Fiona Guidera, Sean White, Sophie O Rourke, Caoimhe Nolan,
James Gaffney, Sean McDonald, Eoin Murphy, Jack Doherty and Jack Long.
Good luck all!
Just a reminder that all leagues will begin over the last week of September / first week of October.
Teams must be submitted to the Munster Captain by 6pm Friday 16th Sept, and clubs will have until Friday 23rd Sept to finalise their team panels.
To see the teams already entered go to the Tables page.
Direct link here: www.munstersquash.com/index.php/mens-league-tables-20162017/
Start dates are as follows: Div 1: Oct 4th, Div 2: Sept 27th, Div 3: Oct 4th, Div 4: Sept 29th, Div 5: Oct 6th.
Fixtures in each division will be spread out across the season, with at least 2 weeks between fixtures, and allowances made around tournaments, and a gap left from early December to late January to reduce driving in wintry conditions.
Provisional dates are made out on the fixtures page, all leagues will run until March / April.
Division 1 dates are already finalised.
Direct link to fixtures: www.munstersquash.com/index.php/mens-league-fixtures/
Teams will have at a maximum 9 fixtures, if they make it to a 3rd place playoff or final.
Where leagues have up to 5 teams a full round robin will take place. (up to 8 fixtures)
Where leagues have more than 5 teams there will be a split into group round robins, followed by play-offs. (up to 9 fixtures)
This tournament is Tour 1 of the Irish Squash Senior Tour for the new season, and will be run in The Curragh Squash Club on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September 23rd, 24th and 25th and can be entered on-line here.
The online entry closes on Friday, September 16, 2016 at 11:59 PM (GMT +01:00).
This tournament is Tour 1 of the Irish Squash Junior Tour for the new season, and the tournament will be run in Galway L.T.C. on Saturday and Sunday, September 17th and 18th and can be entered on-line here.
The online entry closes on Monday, September 12, 2016 at 11:59 PM (GMT +01:00).
The league fixture dates for Division 1 through to Division 5 have been set for the coming season, check them out at the leagues section, can navigate to it from the main menu of this site under Leagues>>Mens League>>Fixtures
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Please note, there has been a significant change to the layout of the fixtures from previous years.
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Please see the following list of Munster tournaments for the coming season.
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New legislation regarding Gárda Vetting has recently come into force so those with on-going contact with children, in the field of leisure or sport (paid or voluntary), other than those who assist ‘occasionally’ or in the event of a family or personal relationship, must be vetted. The procedures have been simplified but are no less strict so check it out here.
We’ve up-dated our squash court maintenance page and it’s well worth a visit before proceeding with your court maintenance. Remember, the better your courts are, the happier will be your members and your membership will increase!