DOUBLE DOT SQUASH COMPETITIONS CALENDAR
Double Dot Squash presents several tournaments every year including open tournaments at various Auckland clubs and the Double Dot Squash Junior Series. We have hand selected the tournaments on this calendar to provide a well planned competitions schedule for players, taking into consideration factors such as rest and recovery, location, event status, and more.
18-20 - Henderson Rochelle Hobbs Open PSA
11-13 - North Shore Open
1-3 - Herne Bay Open
15-17 - Oceania Junior Open @ North Shore
20-22 - NZ Junior Open @ Henderson
28-1 - Bay of Plenty Open @ Rotorua
20-22 - Auckland Open PSA @ North Shore
19-20 - Auckland Junior Open @ North Shore
29-31 - Auckland Superchamps
12-14 - Browns Bay Club Champs
9-11 - Double Dot Squash Open @ Herne Bay
7-9 - NZ Junior National Championships @ Wellington
28-30 - Herne Bay Club Championships
25-26 - Herne Bay Christmas Doubles
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.
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 in our competitions are expected to follow our Code of
Conduct to ensure everyone has a positive competition experience.
CODE OF CONDUCT - SPECTATORS AND COACHES
All spectators, parents, and coaches attending our competitions are expected to follow our Code of Conduct to ensure everyone has a positive competition experience.
If you observe any violation of our Competition Policies or Code of Conducts please report this is writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.