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League Fixtures

Submit your feedback on the Leagues to Squash Wales at

mike.workman@squash.wales    

Please direct queries relating to rankings directly to howesquash@yahoo.com 

If you would like to comment on the Leagues please CLICK HERE to download a League Feedback Form which you can return by email to danielle.brown@squash.wales or post to Squash Wales, Sport Wales National Centre, Sophia Gardens, CARDIFF, CF11 9SW

CLICK HERE for the South Wales Leagues Dispute & Appeal Procedures  

 CLICK HERE for the minutes of the South Wales Leagues AGM 2017

CLICK HERE for the minutes of the South Wales Leagues AGM 2018

 

LEAGUE FIXTURES

LEAGUE Squash  - 100 squash matches played every week in WALES  

FAIR PLAY ON & OFF THE SQUASH COURT   = EVERYONES Responsibility  -   That means YOU

  • SAFETY: Players must always place safety first and not take any action that could endanger the opponent.
  • FAIRPLAY: Players must RESPECT the rightsof the opponent an play with honesty.

THE PLAYERS, TEAM CAPTAINS, SPECTATORS, ALL TEAM PLAYERS & REFEREES: 

 

PSA -

"It is the goal and responsibility of every player and referee to make each game we participate in, flow to the best of our ability, helping to improve the image and watchability of our uniquely exciting, dynamic and demanding sport

 

  

Player Code of Conduct

BY PLAYING IN THE WALES AND COUNTY LEAGUES YOU AGREE TO ABIDE BY THE SQUASH WALES PLAYER CODE OF CONDUCT  

 

Conduct Report Procedure

Although it is not appropriate for Wales Squash & Racketball to take action for individual minor incidents of misbehaviour, or non-compliance within the rules of the game, the Governing Body is determined to uphold standards of behaviour within the sport.

The Governing Body fully supports referees in their officiating of matches where their decision to act on individual cases of misconduct results in the imposition of a penalty award.  A match referee is there to control the match, officiate, maintain order, enforce the rules of the game and encourage continuous and fair play. 

Any player that attempts to bring the game into disrepute through inappropriate behaviour will be reported for misconduct under the Conduct Report Procedure, which will be progressed by the National Governing Body.