Next year we have an exciting new opportunity for our district with squash legend Brian Barnett offering his innovative programmes to the area.  There are nine Kiwi Squash schools already in the Waikato district, six of which own their own equipment. There is the opportunity for three more schools to be introduced to the programme and those existing Kiwi Squash Schools will continue to receive support. 

The participating schools receive: 

  • 8 Kiwi Squash Sessions at school and at the Squash Club as an introduction to squash 
  • One intra school tournament 
  • A club open day for all the whanau and friends 
  • An invite to the club at an affordable price for both child and or parent/whanau 
  • Club nights 
  • Coaching with one of the World’s Best Brian Barnett who is committed to developing the whole child teaching them squash and incorporating rhythm & creativity into the sessions.   
  • An invite for keen students into the Youthopia Tournament Series for beginners and graded players in the North Waikato/South Auckland Area 

Watch this space or call Glenda Knox, Squash Waikato on 027 475 7516 if your school wishes to be a part of this opportunity – spaces are limited. 

Squash in the Waikato district

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