Further Postponement of MARIGOLD 2021 SGSquash Circuit 2 Tournament In light of the recent announcement of tightened Safe Management Measures, the MARIGOLD 2021 SGSquash Circuit 2 tournament will be further postponed to 17 – 21 August 2021. Participants whom wish to withdraw from the tournament, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org For the latest SportSG advisory, please visit here.
June 21, 2021
Updated as of 18 June 2021 As per the latest advisory from Sport Singapore, beginning 21 June, it shall be a maximum of 2 pax per court (inclusive of a coach). I.e. 1 to 1 coaching. Should there be 2 users in the courts, there should be no one else waiting outside the court. All other measures are as per the previous advisory updated i.e. Individuals should restrict their use of facilities to no more than
By Alex Wan Mahindra is a household name in India, being one of the larger corporate groups in the nation. Incorporated in 1945 as a steel trading company and today, it employs over 240,000 people in over 100 countries. They are certainly no newcomer in the squash scene, having been the title sponsor of the 1998 Men’s World Open, where England’s (then Scottish) Peter Nicol beat his arch-rival Jonathan Power of Canada in the final
By Alex Wan Getting a court to play squash in the more popular public venues such as Kallang or Yio Chu Kang has been a major challenge for a while now. For those who are familiar with the booking system, the peak slots are usually booked within minutes they are released on ActiveSG platforms. It has almost boiled down to a game of chance for the regulars who continuously try to get a court. For
June 2, 2021
By Alex Wan In this two-part series, we look at the different angle of responses from the participants of the Tech Mahindra SGSquash Novice Squash Tournament held earlier this month just before the Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) Safe Distancing Measures came into play on 8 May 2021. “A good experience…” “I was nervous…” “It was very well organised….” These are just some of the more common reactions when we asked them what they thought of