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Club championship events

Uxbridge Squash and Racketball Club offers all full members the opportunity to participate in the following Club Championship events.

These are a series of knockout competitions each leading to a final that takes place on finals night in May. Rounds take place from January until May and players will organise their games until the semi-final stage when these are played on specific dates where possible.

Players being eliminated in the first round (excluding the handicap competitions) will normally be entered into a Plate competition. This is to ensure where possible that all players get at least two games per competition.

Entry details will be next published late 2019 for 31 December close.

Open championships


The Squash Open Championship is split into to three levels representing player ability:

  • Open A - for the top players playing at the highest level

  • Open B - players able to compete in the higher leagues (from league 6/7 up) but not qualifying for Open A

  • Open C - players new to squash or play at the lower leagues standard

The Racketball Open Championship is a single event for all abilities.

Players being knocked out in the first round will proceed to a Plate competition for both squash and racketball.




Squash - Open to all players of any level. A one game match to 40 with the stronger player giving their opponent a head start to provide an equal chance of either players winning. Handicaps are determind by the committee. A very competitive competition with the chance to play against opponents you would not normally play - and beat them!

Racketball - New for 2018. A chance for all levels to meet as well as players wishing to try racketball to have a go. If you have not played racketball, give the competition a go. Most squash players adapt quickly. Rackets can be borrowed from behind the bar. You could get along to a club night (Thurs 5.15 to 7.30) to have a go first!

Other championships


  • Vets (over 45s)

  • Vintage (over 55s)

  • Ladies

  • Doubles

  • Long court (ball must bounce beyond mid-court line)

Players who are knocked out in the first round will proceed to a Plate competition.

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