Feb 21

Montreal? Early March?

Dec 03

2018 Garrison Open Results.

55 Participants from across Eastern Ontario participated in the Garrison open.  Below are the results!


Nov 15

Masters tournament in Ottawa!

Oct 10

Rules Clinic

Sep 28

KSA Board Meeting minutes, September 20 2018

Sep 21


The 2018/19 league season schedules are out.

Click on the link for your respective divisions.


Aug 31

2018 AGM Meeting Minutes

Jun 20

Summer Squash in the Gatineaus

Mar 28

2018 KSA Finals Entry and Schedule

The 2018 KSA Intercity League Finals take place at the Garrison Courts, April 6/7.


Team Entry Form:  Link to Entry Form

Schedule of Play: Link to Schedule


Mar 28

2018 Limestone City Squash Classic Wrap up

March 23-25, the second annual Limestone City Squash Classic was a great success.

56 players, 44 of which were from outside the region.  Entries were in the end restricted by a lack of hotel space!

$5,500 spent on food and drink, $6,500 in Prize money given a social and squash soaked weekend was had by all.

We will be back for round three next year.

Thank you to Shannon Fisher, Kristin Finkenzeller, Thousand Islands Dog Resort, Mike Scrannage, Movement Performance Centre and Racquet Science for their sponsorship.

Thank you also to Louis Cyr and the Garrison courts for use of the courts and to Khaled El Seweify who was both tournament referee and Barista.

Photos are on the Facebook page

2018 Limestone City Squash Classic: Summary of final results and their cash prize

Mens A
1. Ahad Raza ($1000)
2. Sud Lyyandurai ($500)
3. Mo Hamour ($250)

Mens B
1. Jan Potmesil ($400)
2. Roy Defreitas ($200)
3. Edwin Aguilar ($100)

Mens C
1. John Anderson
2. Mitch Wasson

Mens D
1. Ryan MacIsaac
2. Majid Charania

Mens 40+
David Sly ($400)
David Guest ($200)
Scott Tindal ($100)

Womens A
1. Sally Guest ($1500)
2. Vanessa Steinwall ($750)
3. Jenna Dhanani ($350)

Womens B
1. Tracey Sly ($300)
2. Sabrina Carew ($200)
3. Alison Le Ber ($100)

Womens C
1. Christina McIsaac
2. Cailyn Edwards

Womens Beginner Event:

In the womens beginner event there was a five way tie for first place!

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