Oct 29

Ontario Masters Closed

Kingston area squash players combined to win the Rob Brooks Cup, awarded for club participation and results at the Ontario Masters Closed Championships. This is a first title for the Kingston area and the first time the trophy has left Toronto.

Kingston area players involved…

Edwin Aguilar, Bernard Cheng, Chris Zaremba, David Sly (1st place), Glenn Caird (4th place), Dale Garrah, Derek Evans, Lisa Coates (3rd place), Elliot Frymire

Sep 19

2019/20 League

The KSA squash league begins the week of of September 23. First matches September 23 for C and D levels. September 25 for the A/B level.

League Schedules are in in the process of being finalized and will be posted here when they are complete.

In addition we will get all the rules of the league together and post them… soonish. Questions, direct them to your captain for now!

Sep 19

(No title)

Aug 06

RA Summer Open


Apr 29

(No title)


Apr 10

KSA Finals Results


2019 Player Awards


Apr 01

2019 Limestone City Squash Classic Summary

Third annual, the tournament has grown from 42 players to 88 players this year, with 80% of our participants traveling from outside the region.

There were large groups from Ottawa, the GTA, Montreal and Campbellford a PSA player from Malaysia and some local Kingston players.

Nine draws, six with prize money ($6000.00 total)

Three primary sponsors remain (as from the start), Dr. Kristin Finkenzeller, Shannon Fisher and David Sly.

A thank you to Movement Performance Center for providing gift bags for the participants of the Womens Beginner Draw.

Also thank you to Sipps and Minos for our on site food and for The Keg for hosting our Saturday night dinner.

We had amazing participation in all our social events; The Merchant Friday night, The Keg and Tango Nuevo Saturday.

Results below:

Womens Beginner: 9 way tie for first place.

Womens B:  1. Christina McIsaac 2. Ashley Knight

Womens C:  Helen Kennedy 2. Alison LeBer

Mens D: 1.  Joe McKeown 2. George Schnubb

Mens C: 1.  Brian Mills 2.  Dale Garrah

Women 35+: 1.  Elka Markus 2. Carrie Chan

Mens B:  Erez Paz defeated Sandy Ahluwalia 3-0

Mens 40+:  David Sly defeated David Guest 3-1

Womens A:  Heather White defeated Nicole Garon

Mens A:  Asyraf Azan (Malaysia) defeated Cole Osborne 3-1

Mar 28

2019 League Championships Entry link.

Here is the link to enter your team in the league championships, held April 5/6

League Championships Entry

Mar 22

League Finals April 5/6

League championships will be decided April 5/6. Here are a couple of preliminary notes.

Team entry form will be posted in the next few days. Entry is $30 per player.

Teams playing earlier on Friday, must have at least one player per assigned court at their respective start time or they will be defaulted.

Included, aside from the squash is pizza and refreshments at the courts Friday night. Saturday there will be a lunch at the courts.

Season ending awards ceremony will be at the Grizzly Grill. Snacks will be provided and each player 2 drink tickets.

Guests and non participating players are welcome and can simply pay as they go at the Grizzly.

The Grizzly will be accpeting drink tickets from 6pm, snacks will be served from 7pm.

Updates will be posted as required.

Mar 12

Congratulations to Sydney Maxwell!



Ottawa, ON, March 5, 2019 – From March 1-3, 2019, the 2019 Canadian University and College Squash Championships were held at Mayfair Parkway. 34 student athletes from all around the country competed across 5 divisions and demonstrated a high level of squash throughout the weekend.

In the Women’s Open division, the second seed Anika Alexander from Red River College faced off against Sydney Maxwell, the number one seed from Queen’s University who had an undefeated season in the Ontario University League.  Alexander started the match off strong, taking the first game 12-10. Both players battled hard and left it all on the court, but Maxwell climbed back and took the next two games 11-6, 11-6. The fourth and final game was won by Sydney Maxwell in a thrilling tiebreak that ended 14-12 in Maxwell’s favour, earning her the title of Women’s Open Champion.

In the Men’s Open Division, it was another battle between the top two seeded players. David Mill, the second seed from University of Western Ontario, started off strong and won the first game against the top seeded player Mohanad Hekal from Ryerson University, winning 11-8. Hekal responded strongly, winning the next two games 11-5, 11-4. It looked like Hekal was starting to pull away, but Mill fought back with an impressive 11-1 victory in the fourth game, taking the match to a deciding fifth game. Both players gave it their all, but it was Hekal who would prevail to become the Men’s Open Champion, winning the game 11-7.

There was also a high level of competition played in the Men’s A, Women’s A/B, and Men’s B. Round robins were played in all three divisions, with each player competing against all other competitors in their categories. After three days of grueling squash, three players went undefeated with a 5-0 record and were crowned the champions of their respective divisions – congratulations to Christopher Howard (Men’s A), Heather Dart (Women’s A/B) and Eric Rogers (Men’s B).

It was a fantastic weekend of high-quality squash, and we would like to thank everyone who was a part of this event. Congratulations to all the winners, and we hope to see you again at next year’s event!

Full List of Event Medalists

Men’s Open

Champion: Mohanad Hekal (Ryerson University)
Finalist: David Mill (University of Western Ontario)
3rd Place: Graham Kerford (University of Calgary)

Women’s Open

Champion: Sydney Maxwell (Queen’s University)
Finalist: Anika Alexander (Red River College)
3rd Place: Catherine Giachino (University of Western Ontario)

Men’s A

Champion: Christopher Howard (Queen’s University)
Finalist: Robert Mill
3rd Place: Geoff Lemmon (University of Ottawa)

Women’s A/B

Champion: Heather Dart (University of Western Ontario)
Finalist: Pylin Christopher
3rd Place: Marisa Seth (University of Waterloo)

Men’s B

Champion: Eric Rogers
Finalist: Cameron Meakin
3rd Place: Mohamad Abdelrahman (University of Ottawa)

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