West Heaton has a vibrant, family-friendly squash section that compliments the rest of the club's sporting facilities and includes disabled access. We offer the opportunity to play squash at all ages and standards over two courts as a year-round sport.
Weekly court use
Court usage at West Heaton can vary depending on the time of year. Throughout the week there may be various club activities including coaching sessions, social sessions, matches and tournaments. All of these bookings are reflected in our online booking calendar alongside regular member bookings.
Please remember you must book a court to secure it and that only rackets members can book
Tuesdays and Wednesdays 5.00-8.00pm
Join our Social Squash WhatsApp for more information.
If you are interested in playing social squash, or wish to be added to the squash mailing list, or squash social WhatsApp group, please contact Eddie Tasker at firstname.lastname@example.org or 07546 486 098).
We offer internal squash coaching sessions to members who would like to learn more or improve their skills.
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West Heaton has two squash courts; one with a glass back and one with a balcony. Both courts have a viewing area and independently operated heaters and lighting systems. Changing rooms and showers are also available. The squash section operates a year round booking system for both courts – more details available on joining.
Squash Guidelines & Etiquette
Only non-marking squash shoes may be worn on court. Trainers or tennis shoes are not permitted as they damage the courts.
The most common cause of injury is slipping on a dusty floor so it is essential that the courts are brushed regularly. Please do so before your game.
Junior members may play without a stamp but they must give up the court if adult members want to play.
Junior members must wear eye protection as well as non-marking squash shoes.
When playing in a tournament please act as marker for another match.
Team captains will assess player abilities. Their decisions are final.
All team players are expected to mark a match at home and away fixtures.
A team player must act as host to his or her opponent at home matches. This normally includes buying two drinks for the opponent and staying for the meal.
Visitors & Guests
Members may bring the same guest to play on only three occasions in any one year; after three visits, it is expected that the visitor will apply to become a Rackets Member. The same rule applies to Social and Country Members.
West Heaton has two teams playing in the North West Counties Squash Winter League (NWCSL). We also participate in the NWCSL Summer League for those squash players that don’t put their rackets down in the warmer months of the year (though some of us turn the court heaters off).
If you still have squash related questions, please contact a member of the committee