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Christchurch Squash Club Events

Regular Events

CSRS Regular Events

Wednesday Club Night


  • Open night for all to meet and play and socialise from 7pm


  • 4.00 to 4.45pm or

  • 4.45 to 5.30pm.

If your child would like to be involved, please contact Tim McVie,

Thursday Squash Pennant

The aim of this competition is to be fun, social and having great games alongside similar graded players.  Each week we will mix up the draws – so sometimes you will be playing either lower or higher graded players. 

The format will change each Thursday but of course will depend on availability of players each night, you could play 45 minutes solid – first to 11 and then moving to next court, 3 x 13 minute games, have 1-2 rabbits covering all the courts or 3 to a court and have doubles courts running.

Cost is $25 per club member, non-club members pay a pennant fee of $35 plus $20 (total $55) to play round. These payments are due within the first 2 weeks of play. The money is used for balls and weekly suppers.


  • 1st session       6.15pm to 7.00pm

  • 2nd session      7.00pm to 7.45pm

  • 3rd session      7.45pm to 8.30pm


REGISTER BY EMAIL TO: with the following details: Name, grading points (if any) cell phone number and email address.

Saturday Squash

Informal club afternoon 3-5pm

Bar open

Christchurch Interclub

Interclub is a great way to meet other squash players around the greater Christchurch area. Teams of 4 players compete against different clubs the competition is split up into "divisions" with teams of approximately equal ability.

Interclub typically runs in rounds of about 10 weeks each, with a 2 week break between rounds. Semi-finals and finals determine the competition winners in each division. Winter Interclub starts around April and Summer Interclub starts in December.

  • Mens Interclub (except for the highest divisions)

  • Junior Interclub is Monday night during term time.

  • Women and highest Mens Divisions


The District and National Superchamps events are played to identify the strongest club in the country for each grade. Teams are composed of five players per club that are in the same grade (B, C, D, E and F/J) for both men and women). At the District Superchamps clubs in a single district play off to find the district champion in each grade. The district champion is then eligible to travel to the National Superchamps finals to play off for the national title. Teams contest in round-robin and/or knockout format, with the team that wins three or more matches declared the winner.

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