Register Today For the 2017 Canadian Junior Open

    A day after Squash Canada announced that The Club at White Oaks will host the Canadian Junior Open (CJO) through to 2020, registration for the 2017 Canadian Junior Open officially opens for competitors.  Squash Canada and the Club at White Oaks are set to host 300 Canadian and International junior squash players from December 9-12, 2017 on the courts of the Mark Sachvie Squash Club in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.
    After hitting its peak international status last year with over 290 top junior players which included 98 international players representing 21 different countries from five continents, the CJO is securing its place on the international junior scene as an event not to be missed.
    With the event taking place just four days before the US Junior Open, the CJO enables overseas players to benefit from two major junior events in one trip. The Canadian Junior Open has once again been recognized by the World Squash Federation (WSF) as one of the select junior events to be included on the WSF World Junior Circuit. In addition to being part of this exclusive Circuit, the results from Under-19 events at the Canadian Junior Open will be used for WSF World Junior Circuit ranking points.  This gives Canada’s young players the opportunity to get and enhance world rankings without having to travel overseas.  Additionally, the CJO is also a registered junior event with the Professional Squash Association (PSA), enabling U19 players who are PSA members to accumulate PSA ranking points. 
     The 2017 CJO is once again pleased to offer of two different entry fees options for competitors.
    • Entry Fee Option 1: $90 + $11.70 HST, Total: $101.70 CAD (Option 1 includes: entry fee only)
    • Entry Fee Option 2: $145 + $18.85 HST, Total: $163.85 CAD (Option 2 includes: entry fee cost PLUS official tournament souvenir, three (3) superb buffet meal tickets, and pizza party on Saturday evening)
    For more information and to register visit: 
    The deadline to register is November 17, 2017 at 11:59pm EST. 
    ***The 2017 Canadian Junior Open has a registration cap of 300 players.  Based upon entries some categories may be capped at 32 or 64 player draws.  A waiting list will be accepted if registrations reach 300.  Entry will be closed the sooner of the cap is reached or the entry deadline date.