ENTRY IS NOW OPEN FOR THE 2024 SQUASH ACT SENIOR AUTUMN COMPETITION
Competition nights are Wednesday and Thursday each week from 13 March through to 4 July
You can enter through your local club using one of the following links. Please note that you will need to be a financial Squash ACT (or Squash NSW) affiliated member with at least a Local Competition membership active to enter. You will be able to register with your club from the entry page.
Once your entry has been accepted by your club, you will be placed in a provisional team which will be submitted to the Competition Committee to set up the divisions for the Pennant.
Please note that competition communication to players will be through MySquashAUS. All players are asked to:
1. Access and respond quickly to MySquashAUS emails related to competition.
2. Make sure competition emails don't end up in JUNK.
3. You need to be a Squash ACT (or Squash NSW) member to register. Please visit the Club-Finder to get to your club registration page.
ENTRIES CLOSE ON 1 MARCH. Entry fee covers ALL court hire over 17 weeks, balls, prizes and administration.
BY SIGNING UP TO THE COMPETITION YOU AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS OF ENTRY (please read carefully):
1. Players are placed in teams in each division at the discretion of the Competition Committee. Consideration will be given to:
a. A player’s recent playing performance and result history.
b. A player’s potential – while considering future potential has younger players in mind it does not rule out more senior players being given the opportunity to play in a division higher than their Squash Levels Rating.
c. Other matters considered relevant by the Committee.
2. Divisions will NOT be solely determined by Squash Levels rankings.
3. Players wishing to play in a higher division should provide a comment / reason in support of that wish.
4. While the Competition Committee will consider a player’s request to play on a particular competition night, this may not possible.
5. If, because of a player’s night of play request, the Committee is unable to position a player in a division appropriate to the player’s playing ability, the Committee will withdraw the player
from competition. (Before such a decision is made, a committee member will contact the player to discuss the situation.)
6. Players unable to play on a night due to injury, illness, work commitment, holiday, etc MUST give reasonable notice to their team Captain and either ensure that a reserve is found for the night or organise to play the match before the next round. (Players contact Woden or Dickson courts to arrange to play deferred matches at one of these venues.)
– Generally, where a match is not held in that timeframe, the match will be considered a walkover and maximum points awarded to the opponent.
– Where reasonable notice is given and options presented for rescheduling are not accepted, the Committee will rule on what points are awarded.
7. The Competition will adopt a “promotion / relegation” approach whereby the results of this competition will guide next competition season.
8. The Competition Committee’s decisions are final.