There Is No general answer to this question. But CourtTech has a global calculation scheme. Thankfully only 12% of the investment are for the squash court itself. GLOBAL CALCULATION SCHEME The calculation is based on five questions to identify the costs for a single squash court. Multiplied by the number of courts you plan, you can overview the investment of your whole Squash Club. 1. Which dimension Should the plot of land have? Calculate with 120 square meter per court (1300 square feet). This includes two components: size of one squash court 64 sqm additional space of 56 sqm Club … Continue reading What does it cost to build a squash court?
Squash court found in Jurby. No booking system and lights are on a meter.. Continue reading IOM hunt for new courts..
Month 2 from Squashskills features Attacking Squash – aptly paired with an article about Jonathon Power’s style of play! To view these videos you must first register for free to the website – follow the prompts when you click the images/links below. ARTICLE: Power’s Deception by Peter NicolMy main rival had an outstanding ability that I struggled against throughout our 45 professional matches – deception. Jonathon Power used this to create indecision in my mind and therefore a much greater workload on my poor body, which made for some very difficult movements… Video: Hit A Crosscourt Nick Like Ramy Ashour … Continue reading Squashskills month 2 offer
First my theory… “Drops come in two forms a) punched into the sidewall low its as much a kill as a drop just not blasted in. b) a delicate shot aimed at hugging sidewall, difficult for opponent to dig out … Continue reading “What is wrong with my backhand drop shot?”
Try the next issue of squash player magazine. This is free just set up a password or subscribe to get all future titles. link for free access to this copy Continue reading Squash player magazine issue 6
If squash were ICE Hockey. Then the marauding Squash FIT IOM team smashed their way through again, maximum points and to date a perfect record. Patrick Fitzpatrick “smasher” started well and played a punishing hard and fast paced game against Rob B. A bit more inform or slightly fitter Rob B and the result could have been different but again with a pacy length game down the wall Patrick left his opponent little room for manoeuvre. Next up and Hamish T and Steve B looked more like an episode of dancing on ICE, both very tidy players that game was … Continue reading Davrost – 8th DECEMBER
If the match on 17th was a sumo match we would have seen a very unsettling display. First up Patrick Fitzpatrick – far from the largest member of the team, but made up for it in speed. As a young pup in the wrestling world, he made up with speed darting to the drop shots and using power to put a wiser Gordon on the ropes. Eventually fallen he wiser Gordon had to submit to sumo fitzpatrick. Next up was a colossal Baz, a man mountain in sumo terms. Unheard of in a game that involves lunges and thrusts was … Continue reading International Divers – 17th NOVEMBER
In a match best described by the weekend rugby, this was a top of the table clash and a typical northern hemisphere, southern hemisphere clash. EasyGym and missing their pocket rocket number 8 were going to be under strength without Malcolm. First up at number two was the 8 ft monster Dewald who wouldn’t look to out of place running the field for the all black’s. Kiwi born Hamish proved to be the real all black. An aggressive game plan and decisive finishing meant Hamish came through in three. Next up Paul Barnett worked hard for his sa colleagues. He … Continue reading EasyGym – 10th November
Nick Matthew tells the latest issue of Squash Player – which is out today – that his main priority for the rest of 2014 will be the successful defence of his world title. The double Commonwealth gold medallist says he … Continue reading Squash Player Magazine – Issue 5
In a match best described by analogies to the world professional wrestling – old school not this new fangled WWWFEF thing. The match started promptly Saturday tea time (well Monday at 6:30 atcually) just as we all settled down for an evening of goggle. As always the warm up saw the number 3’s take to the court; youth, agility and eagerness spilled out of the court. A rangey Chris Cave took on the IOM FIT Champion Pat “Killer” Fitzpatrick. The crowd warmed quickly as it soon became obvious this was going to be the match up of the night. Chris … Continue reading Davrost – 3rd November