LEXUS OF EDMONTON 2014 CANADIAN SQUASH CHAMPIONSHIPS
April 30th to May 4th, 2014
Royal Glenora Club
The Royal Glenora Club is proud to host the Lexus of Edmonton 2014 Canadian Squash Championships in Edmonton, Alberta. We look forward to welcoming players from across Canada for this premier event in Canadian squash.
PARTNERS AND SPONSORS
Associate Squash Pro
Other Notable Contacts
Chairman of the Royal Glenora Squash Committee
Sport Event Coordinator at the Royal Glenora Club
Squash Canada Contact
Men: Open, A, B, C, D, 30+, 35+, 40+, 45+, 50+, 55+, 60+, 65+, 70+, 75+
Women: Open, A, B, C, D, 30+, 35+, 40+, 45+, 50+, 55+, 60+, 65+, 70+, 75+
How to Enter
$150.00 plus GST
Reminder - all participants must be members in good standing of their respective Provincial/Territorial Squash Association, or of the National Association of their resident country. This may involve payment of a membership fee.
April 5th, 2014
Extended to April 7th, 2014
Wine and Cheese reception
Saturday night banquet with entertainment
Men's and Women's Open, and Men's and Women's A divisions start play on Wednesday, April 30th and conclude on Saturday, May 3rd.
All other divisions will start play on Thursday, May 1st and conclude on Sunday, May 4th.
Wednesday, April 23rd
Prize money is for the Open events only.
POLICIES AND REGULATIONS
Eyeguards are mandatory for all participants under 19 years of age, and strongly recommended for all other competitors. Please consult Squash Canada's Eyeguard Policy for the list of approved models.
75% refund if withdrawal is prior to entry deadline (April 5th)
50% refund if withdrawal is after entry deadline but before the draw is determined
No refund if withdrawal is after draw is determined
All Competitors must be under the stated age limit for the category they have entered as of the final day of the Canadian Squash Championships (May 4th).
All competitors in Canadian Squash Championships OPEN division must be a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident, and members in good standing of their respective Provincial/Territorial Squash Association. Competitors in the Companion and Masters events must be members in good standing of their respective Provincial/Territorial Squash Association, or that of their home territory for international participants. This may include payment of a membership fee.
Notwithstanding a competitor may be a member in good standing with their respective Provincial/Territorial Squash Association, where a competitor is subject to a sanction imposed by the Host Club, Squash Canada shall respect that sanction, including any sanction which may preclude the person from entering the premises and thus participating in the Championships provided the sanction was imposed using fair procedures. Specifically, the sanctioned person must have been informed by the Host Club of the nature of the infraction and have been given the opportunity to provide information concerning the incident prior to the sanction being imposed.
For Open events, the seeding will be determined by a combination of PSA/WSA and Squash Canada rankings. The top 25% of each draw will be seeded. Based on a 32 Draw, the first eight seeds will be in accordance with the current PSA/WSA ranking within the range of 100 PSA / 70 WSA respectively. The remaining seeds will be in accordance with the current Squash Canada rankings. Should there not be eight players from the professional rankings within the range, then Squash Canada rankings will determine the remaining seeds. The committee may, in exceptional circumstances and with documented evidence, award a seed to an athlete who would otherwise not be seeded.
For "A" events, the seeding will be in accordance with Squash Canada rankings. The top 25% of each draw will be seeded. The committee may, in exceptional circumstances and with documented evidence, award a seed to an athlete who would otherwise not be seeded.
Competitors in national championships shall wear appropriate squash attire of any colour, provided it is not so conspicuous or brightly reflective as to distract the opponent.
Appropriate squash attire for men shall consist of a short-sleeve shirt, shorts, socks and playing shoes. Appropriate squash attire for women shall consist of a shirt worn with a skirt or shorts, or a dress, socks and playing shoes.
Any spandex or compression attire must be worn beneath outer clothing and must NOT be visible. The wearing of hats, other than religious headwear, is NOT permitted. Headbands and bandanas, which are designed to control perspiration, are permitted, provided they are not so conspicuous or brightly reflective as to distract or unsight an opponent and shall not be potentially dangerous.
Cycling shorts, tank tops, boxing trunks, and the like are NOT considered to be appropriate squash attire.
Other garments, such as part of all of a tracksuit, may be worn during play with the permission of the referee. Tracksuits may be worn during the warmup.
In all matters of judgment or opinion arising from the interpretation of the clothing rule, the decision of the Tournament Referee shall be final
ACCOMODATION AND TRANSPORTATION
10111 Bellamy Hill. Edmonton, Alberta. T5J 1N7
Group Rate - $102.00 plus tax for single, double or triple rooms. Deadline to book at this rate is April 4, 2014
Group Name - Squash Nationals
Guests can call directly to book under 'Squash Nationals', or email email@example.com
Parking - $8.00 per day, per vehicle
A hot breakfast is available at a discounted rate of $10.00 per person
Coast Edmonton Plaza Hotel
10155 105 St. Edmonton, Alberta. T5J 1E2
Group Rate - $119.00 per night
Directions from Surrounding Airports
(Click on maps for directions)
Edmonton International Airport to the Chateau Lacombe Hotel
Edmonton International Airport to the Coast Edmonton Plaza Hotel
Lightning Squash Competition
Date: Wednesday, April 30th
$1000 to the last player standing!
We will be accepting 100 entries for Wednesday evenings Lightning Squash Competition. All participants are randomly drawn from a hat to go on court and play a single rally match – the winner stays on the court the loser is eliminated from the competition. The last player left on court after all names have been drawn wins $1000.00.
· Challenger entering the court gets the option to serve or receive the serve.
· All rules of squash apply
· There is no warm up once you are on the court (plan ahead)
· The next opponents name is called before the current match begins
· The competition’s referee’s calls are final.
Wine and Cheese Reception
Date: Thursday, May 1st
Location: Royal Glenora Club
Tickets for the Wine and Cheese are included in the entry fee for players, and can be purchased separately for guests for $25 + GST.
Date: Saturday, May 3rd
Location: Royal Glenora Club
Tickets for the Dinner Banquet are included in the entry fee for players, and can be purchased separated for guests for $55 + GST.
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