England Squash has released the following guidelines outlining what will be allowed at the end of the current lockdown on 02/12/2020, in Tier 2 - High risk level clubs:
Single player - solo practice
Same household or support bubble – match play/full squash game– best of 5
Players from different households** in a squash bubble or support bubble – modified version of squash ‘Sides’ or Socially distanced practices – best of 5
Players from educational teams or with disabilities*(exempt from squash bubble rules) – modified version of full-court squash
One-to-one coaching with adults using socially distanced practices
Up to 15 children from different households (at OOSS clubs/venues) – coach-led/supervised activity. Children are classed as being 18 years and under.
PLEASE NOTE: Unlike the start of lockdown, “sides” and “socially distanced routines” can ONLY be played inside bubbles of 6. If anyone wants to change their bubbles please let the committee know as soon as possible.
Occasionally, the Court Booking system is unavailable. Members have been notified in the past that it is possible to see the status of the system and that there is a backup system available.
Links to both have been added to this web site in - Contact Us - Members info.
Please use these before contacting the Committee to report that the system is down.
New videos added with ideas for pairs drills, plus several for solo routines. Socially distanced squash can be interesting!
During the close down, work has been carried out on the side walls of court 2 and 3, especially in the back corners where the walls were unstable after years of patching being carried out. This work now carries a 5 year guarantee which, after other work carried out in the last 2 years, should mean that very little maintenance will be required in the near future.
There are no activities planned at this point in time. Please look out for announcements as we approach the end of the current lockdown which is scheduled to be 2nd December 2020.