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WP Squash

Contact PersonGlenda Erasmus

Tel:  021 674 6717
Fax: 021 674 6717
Email: administrator@wpsquash.co.za

WP Masters:
President: Andre Naude
Cel: 076-370-5436
Email: andrefnaude@yahoo.com
 

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Anti-Doping
PROHIBITED SUBSTANCES

To WSF Member Nations, PSA and WSA athletes:

The 2015 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods will come into effect 1 January 2015. There are some clarifications and a few additions to some of the categories, there is nothing that has been removed from the list and no substantive changes.

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Siyoli Waters
SIYOLI WATERS

Read all about WP's squash ambassador extraordinaire HERE
 
Swimsuit Calendar
WPS SWIMSUIT CALENDAR

Not only are the WP women Kaplan Cup winners, they've also shown other magnificent talents whilst parading in bikini's on a tropical island. They've confidently produced a 2014 squash calendar, hoping to raise much-needed funds for their trophy defence here in Cape Town in July. 

They have collaborated with CANSA, and will be donating a percentage of funds raised to the Breast Cancer Foundation.

Visit this link for a sneak preview, and further details...
 
 
SA Players World Rankings

South African Squash players move up the World Rankings.

After recent successful showings in the North Coast Open, Coffs Harbour Open Championships and the New South Wales Open in Australia, South African National Champion, Siyoli Waters, has jumped seven places in the October World Rankings released today to 28, her personal highest.

Waters from Cape Town, collected both titles beating Australians Christine Nunn and Sarah Cardwell in the respective finals.

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Case for Squash at Olympics
CASE FOR SQUASH
The credentials for squash to be elected a new Olympic sport are more impressive than most. A sport intern special report by David Miller.
 
The time is long gone since I was coached – though I was never better than merely energetic – by the inimitable Nasrullah Khan, member of Pakistan’s legendary squash family and resident professional at the Lansdowne Club in London, where he helped perfect the game of amateur champion Jonah Barrington. The spectator gallery at the Lansdowne, then home of the Open Championship, contained, at a stretch, some 40 exclusive viewers. No sport has been more radically modernised over the last 40 years, in play and presentation, than squash.
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