Singapore Squash Rackets Association (SSRA)

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It was definitely not a good day in the office for the tournament top seeds as both Jemyca Aribado of Philippines and home favourite Samuel Kang were ousted by the second seeds in the final of the PSA Closed Satellite SGSquash Circuit #4. Singapore’s world number 117 Au Yeong Wai Yhann gave the packed gallery plenty to cheer for today as she avenged her defeat in the last PSA Closed Satellite SGSquash Circuit #3 final.
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09 September 2019  President, SSRA Committee Members President/Honorary Secretary/General Secretary, Life, Organization, Ordinary Members and Affiliates   NOTICE OF 2019 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Notice is hereby given for the 49th Annual General Meeting of Singapore Squash Rackets Association (SSRA) will be held on 25th of September 2019, Wednesday, 7pm at 1 Orchard Boulevard, Level 9 Theatrette, Camden Medical Centre, Singapore 248649   AGENDA President’s welcome address To approve and confirm the minutes of the 48th
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As some of you may know, the Kallang Squash Centre is set to be removed for the Kallang region development set to be completed in 2025. Up to now, there are no concrete plans in place to have our iconic venue replaced anywhere on the island. Singapore is not the only country falling prey to such decisions. In England, the iconic Lambs Club in London is one prime example when it was taken down some
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The Singaporean team at Changi AirportIt’s not every year that the Singaporean juniors get the opportunity to compete at the very highest level of junior squash. The team, consisting of Aaron Liang, Leonard Lee, Josiah Chong, Jerome Aw, Zacheus Yeo, Paige Hill, Sonya Bajaj, Joy Lim and Gracia Chua were given the valuable opportunity to participate at the 2019 WSF World Junior Squash Championships in neighbouring Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Egypt took home the Girls’ Team
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Team Singapore’s preparation for the upcoming Manila SEA Games took a positive step ahead when our top players Samuel Kang and Au Yeong Wai Yhann both made it to the final of the SGSquash Senior Circuit #3. However, the pair ended with mixed fortunes, with Samuel clinching the men’s open event while Wai Yhann just falling short after a close five-game battle. Samuel Kang (red) in his match against Aaron Liang in the semi-finalsIt was
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