COMPETE

2021 DOUBLE DOT SQUASH JUNIOR TOURNAMENT SERIES

A full year professional competition schedule for boys and girls from any club 1500 points and below. Collect series points from tournaments towards your series total and become the series champion!

2021 Competition Structure

MAIN TOURNAMENTS

Sunday events. Three competitive PAR 11 Best of Five matches throughout the day from approximately 9am-2pm.

1.0x Series Points Multiplier

BOOSTER TOURNAMENTS

Saturday and Sunday morning events. Two competitive DDS 71 matches on Saturday morning or Sunday morning, you choose. Each morning runs from 9am to 12pm.

0.5x Series Points Multiplier

REST WEEKS

Rest weeks in between events for coaching, training, open tournaments, and recovery to reduce fatigue and burn out so you can always compete at your best.

Receive match analysis and discussions after each Main Tournament match to gain greater understanding of the match, and highlight what you did well, and areas for improvement. Learn how to properly score and referee a squash match.

Draws including mostly J4 players may use bouncier blue dot balls, and two attempts at serving for a more enjoyable match experience.

All tournaments begin at 9am. Please arrive on time before 9am for our group warm up.

Entries close three days before each tournament.

Eyewear compulsory. (Available for purchase at the tournament).

Prizes for top ranking players for each term Series. No prizes awarded at individual tournaments.

2021 Competition Packages

MAIN TOURNAMENTS

$30

per tournament

Click tournament names below to register

BOOSTER TOURNAMENTS

$20

per tournament

Click tournament names below to register

FULL SERIES PACKAGE

$119

per term series

2021 Series Calendar

TERM 1

SERIES

MAIN TOURNAMENT - February 28th @ Henderson

MAIN TOURNAMENT - March 7th @ Browns Bay

BOOSTER TOURNAMENT - March 21st @ Herne Bay

BOOSTER TOURNAMENT - April 4th @ Browns Bay

MAIN TOURNAMENT - April 11th @ Henderson

TERM 2

SERIES

BOOSTER TOURNAMENT - May 16th @ Browns Bay

MAIN TOURNAMENT - May 30th @ Herne Bay

BOOSTER TOURNAMENT - June 13th @ Henderson

MAIN TOURNAMENT - June 20th @ Herne Bay

BOOSTER TOURNAMENT - July 4th @ Herne Bay

TERM 3

SERIES

BOOSTER TOURNAMENTAugust 8th @ Herne Bay

MAIN TOURNAMENT - August 22nd @ Browns Bay

BOOSTER TOURNAMENT - August 29th @ Browns Bay

MAIN TOURNAMENT - September 12th @ Henderson

BOOSTER TOURNAMENT - September 19th @ Herne Bay

TERM 4

SERIES

BOOSTER TOURNAMENT - October 30th or 31st @ Herne Bay

MAIN TOURNAMENT - November 7th @ Browns Bay

BOOSTER TOURNAMENT - November 13th or 14th @ Herne Bay

MAIN TOURNAMENT - November 28th @ Henderson

BOOSTER TOURNAMENT - December 4th or 5th @ Browns Bay

Series Points System

Top ranking players at the end of the series will receive prizes, and players will be awarded for various accomplishments they have achieved throughout the term Series.

Previous Champions

Series 1 2018 - Thomas Manson

Series 2 2018 - Beau Aspinall

Series 1 2019 - Nils Bachmann

Series 2 2019 - Tayla Harre

Tournament Shop Stalls

There will be a Double Dot Squash Shop stall at all of our Main Tournaments, with many squash products available to view, try, and purchase at great sale prices, including snacks.

Double Dot Squash Academy

VISIT OUR SHOP STALLS FOR THE BEST RANGE OF SQUASH GEAR NZ, AT THE BEST PRICES, GUARANTEED.

REPORTING MISCONDUCT

If you observe any violation of our Competition Policies or Code of Conducts please report this is writing to compete@doubledotsquash.com. If it is an immediate issue please also report it to the tournament manager at the event. When a report if submitted the involved parties will be contacts and appropriate action taken towards solving the issue.

COMPETITION POLICIES

We have a few policies for our tournaments and competitions to ensure that you enjoy your time competing and so that we can offer you the best possible squash competition experience.

THE RULES OF SQUASH

All of our competition matches, ruling, and decisions follow the World Squash Rules as set by the World Squash Federation (WSF).

COMPETITION FORMAT

Here's some more information on what to expect at a competition and your responsibilities before, during, and after your match.

NO LETS, LETS, AND STROKES

Deciding whether a call should be a no let, let, or stroke can be difficult. It depends on interference, player's positions, ball position, and more. Here is a guide which can help you understand the basics of no lets, lets, and strokes.

CODE OF CONDUCT - PLAYERS

All players, parents, spectators, and coaches in our competitions are expected to follow our Code of

 

Conduct to ensure everyone has a positive competition experience.