Squash Canada is thrilled to award the 2022 Canadian Masters Teams Championships to the Regina Squash Centre to be held February 4-6, 2022, in Regina, Saskatchewan. The event will be the first Canadian Championship hosted in this brand-new squash facility that opened in the Summer of 2021 and will make its return after being cancelled in 2021 due to the ongoing pandemic.
“On behalf of Canada’s newest squash facility, I am excited and proud for the Regina Squash Centre, with our mandate of ‘SQUASH FIRST’, to be named the host facility for the 2022 Canadian Masters Teams Championships”, stated Thomas King, Owner and Head Squash Pro at the Regina Squash Centre. “The Masters tournament has a tradition of great squash and great fun. Our staff, our volunteers and our club members are keen to maintain that tradition as we host all teams from across Canada at this prestigious national championship. We look forward to seeing you all in the Queen City.”
The Canadian Masters Teams Championship consists of seven players per team (four men and three women) in the age divisions of Men’s 40+, 45+, 50+ and 55+ and Women’s 40+, 45+ and 50+. But what makes this event interesting is teams must designate their playing order based on the player’s strength so you may get a 40+ player competing against a 50+ player (and not necessarily a player from their age category). For information on how to qualify to participate in this prestigious event, please contact your Provincial/Territorial Squash Association.
Canadian Masters Teams Championships – Past Champions: Click Here
Squash Canada is proud of our rich history in hosting a broad range of National Championships across Canada and looks forward to welcoming the Canadian Squash Community back to the courts in 2022. For more information on all Squash Canada’s National Championships – Click Here.
REMINDER: New Officials Certification Requirement for participation in Canadian Championships
MOTION: THAT to be eligible to participate all players entering U15, U17, & U19 categories in the Canadian Junior Open (Canadian players only) and the Canadian Junior Closed as well as players entering the Canadian Squash Championships, Canadian Masters Teams Championships, Canadian Men’s & Women’s Teams Championships and Canadian U23 Championships must be a certified official at a minimum of the Club Referee level. This policy comes into effect as of December 1, 2021. To access the Club Referee Exam – Click Here
To provide a safe environment, in accordance with Squash Canada’s COVID-19 Vaccination Policy – Click Here (subject to change), all players, coaches, officials, organizers and spectators over the age of 12 in the facility’s squash section must be double vaccinated at least 14 days prior. Please review the policy for full details.