2024 ACT Junior Championships - G
Sat 25 May 2024 09:00 — Sun 26 May 2024 17:00
This is a sanctioned event — Approved

Event information

Registration for this event closes at Fri 10 May 2024 23:00.

The 2024 ACT Junior Open is the premier Junior event in the ACT Squash calendar. This tournament promises to attract players from Canberra, Queanbeyan and surrounding regions, as well as players from interstate.
All participants must be a registered member of their State or Territory association to enter.


* AJST Gold Event
* 2 Day Singles Event
* Guaranteed 3 matches per event
* Official Ball: Dunlop Pro

Under the new Squash Australia policy, all participants are required to hold a local or compete membership to be able to compete in the event. The Squash Australia membership policy can be viewed HERE 

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* Divisions: U11, U13, U15, U17, U19 - Male and Female events
* PAR 11, Best of 5 games.
* A player may only play in one age group for the tournament.
* Players must play in their correct age group, with the exception of the ACT Junior Squash Open events (Under 19s), where all players are eligible to enter this age group.
* The tournament organisers reserve the rights to combine, alter or reduce the number of events or refuse any entry.

* Start: Saturday, 25nd May 2023
* End: Sunday, 26th May 2023

Woden Squash Centre
Launceston Street
Phillip, ACT 2606

* ALL players must wear WSF approved eye-wear.
* Late entries will NOT be accepted.

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