COMPETE

Double Dot Squash Open Tournaments

 

Double Dot Squash presents several tournaments every year including Open Tournaments at various Auckland clubs and the Double Dot Squash Junior Series. We also are the proud sponsors of several tournaments through New Zealand.

Our next tournament is...

The Browns Bay PSA Open Tournament

- September 24th to 27th 2020 -

2021 Recommended Tournament Calendar

For juniors 1500 points and above, or at the Advanced or Academy Level

There are lots more tournaments happening every week around New Zealand, these are our selection of recommended tournaments. 

FEB

19-21 - Henderson Rochelle Hobbs Open PSA

MAR

5-7 - Auckland Open PSA @ North Shore

19-21 - Royal Oak Open PSA

APR

16-18 - Herne Bay Open

23-25 - NZ Junior Open @ Remuera

MAY

14-16 - Panmure Open PSA

21-23 - Browns Bay Open PSA

28-30 - North Shore Open

JUN

11-13 - Royal Oak A2

25-27 - Eden Epsom A2

JUL

10-12 - North Island Junior Age Groups @ Kawaroa Park

28-1 - Superchamps District Eliminations

AUG

13-15 - Club Champs

SEP

3-5 - Titirangi A2

24-26 - Browns Bay A2

OCT

1-3 - NZ Junior National Championships @ Timaru

NOV

18-20 - Kumeu Open

Tournament Shop Stalls

There will be a Double Dot Squash Shop stall

at all of our tournaments, with many squash products available to view, try, and purchase and great sale prices.

Double Dot Squash Academy

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

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 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.

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.

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Browns Bay Racquets Club
4 Woodlands Crescent
Browns Bay
Auckland, NZ, 0630

Monday-Wednesday
11am-2pm & 6-8pm

 

Thursday
11am-2pm & 6-7.30pm

 

Friday
11am-2pm & 5-7pm

 

Saturday
1-1.50pm & 3-5pm

 

Sunday
1-3pm

 

*SPECIAL JANUARY OPEN HOURS*
Can open on request - Call 021 239 1353

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