Cambridge Squash 60 years on ...
Opened in 1961 with only 4 squash courts, the now uber-groovy Squashworld Cambridge has 6 courts and is the only squash centre located in the city. The 80’s disco inspired centre is a hub for squash enthusiasts across Western Australia, with tournaments, pennants competitions and in-house hits being played there. The centre not only houses 6 courts (two with renovated timber floors) but also includes a viewing mezzanine, club room, amenities and a proshop for squash, tennis and badminton gear.
Squashworld Cambridge has seen some top squash action across the decades, with some squash greats having honed their skills at the club, including three- time World Masters Champion, Sue Hillier; former World Number 2, Dean Williams and Western Australia’s current top male player, Mike Coren.
To celebrate its 60th birthday and the inviting atmosphere the club has fostered over the years, Cambridge Squash Club is hosting the Gow Property Cambridge Open on the 6-7th of August followed by a big boogie party on the Saturday night. The tournament will be the first tournament ever across the State where the players will not have to referee after their matches, as the club has organised professional referees to run each of the courts. So past and present members of Cambridge as well as squashies from across the State are all invited to grab a racquet and bring your dancing shoes and ‘come and get your groove on’ to help the club celebrate this anniversary milestone!
SquashWorld Cambridge, 292 Cambridge Street, Wembley 6014 View Map
292 Cambridge Street ,
Free to attend, food supplied and purchase your own drinks. $35.00 entry fee to play in the tournament via SportyHQ