Junior squash – get your kids involved!

Swavesey Squash Club is pleased to be launching its junior programme! Starting 25th September, junior sessions will be running weekly on Saturday mornings, 10:45-12:15. The cost for members will be £50 for 10 sessions; non-members will be charged £55. The first session will be an introductory taster. These sessions will be for children aged 6-15;… Continue reading Junior squash – get your kids involved!

New booking system!

We are very excited to be switching over to a new booking and league management system! First, many thanks to James Buckley, who has spent tireless hours on sorting out all the technical stuff behind getting this booking system up and running. Also a big thank you to Reka Gay/Cambridge Squash Club for giving us… Continue reading New booking system!

Women’s Evening

We are very pleased to be hosting another women’s evening at the club. This will be a fun and friendly chance to meet some of the other ladies, in a social setting, while playing some squash with a variety of different female players! 7pm on 11th August Do sign up by contacting Ali who is… Continue reading Women’s Evening

007 Tournament

Thank you to all the participants and helpers for making our first Swavesey tournament such a fun and enjoyable event! We had around 40 entrants over the three competitions, Singles A, Singles B, and Doubles. The club vibe was so friendly and every match was played with excellent sportsmanship and positive attitudes from all players.… Continue reading 007 Tournament

Welcome to Swavesey Squash Club!

Swavesey Squash Club is a modern and active club, with over 150 members of all levels. We are a not-for-profit, members-run club. We would love to welcome new members to join us at the club, whether you have never played before, or are an experienced competitive player. We have players of all levels, including several… Continue reading Welcome to Swavesey Squash Club!

Ali travels to Washington D.C. – the return of professional squash

Our head pro, Ali Loke, currently ranked 84 in the world, recently travelled to Washington D.C. to take part in one of the first international tournaments for professional squash players since the start of the pandemic. Ali bowed out to a French player ranked slightly higher than her in the rankings, losing 3-1. Understandably, given… Continue reading Ali travels to Washington D.C. – the return of professional squash

Diego wins at the Connaught Club – despite being unseeded!

One of our most promising junior players, Diego Pita, travelled to Essex, representing Swavesey at one of the first junior tournaments post-lockdown. Diego faced a challenging draw, with several strong junior players from the area playing the event. He managed to overcome the number 1 seed in the second round, a U17 player who had… Continue reading Diego wins at the Connaught Club – despite being unseeded!

Get ready for squash – ghosting


It’s been quite a while since we’ve been on the squash court, but our return is imminent! One of the best physical preparations for the rigours of a squash game is ghosting. Here are some worksheets outlining what ghosting is, and how to do it. We hope you give it a go and it helps… Continue reading Get ready for squash – ghosting