About Squash

Welcome to Squash!

Sligo Tennis Club is equipped with four Squash Courts (two with glass backs). The courts are in pristine condition having recently benefited from a refurbishment.

Booking Squash Courts

The squash courts are run through light meters; The cost is €3 per hour for light or €1 per 20 minutes. Heat can also be used at a cost of €1 per 30 minutes (heat is used to help prevent injury).

If accompanied by a non-member, a green fee must be paid, €10 for an adult or €5 for a child. Goggles must be worn by children when playing squash.

Suitable non-marking footwear must be used when playing squash – no black-soled runners allowed.

Please click on the link to book a squash court. Log in details can be arranged through the office.

Subscription Period

September to August each year. However contact the office for deals that might be available to lapsed or new members.

Activities

Every Monday and Thursday night there is a fun social hit and often club ladder matches from 7pm to 9.30pm. Tuesday and Wednesday nights are usually popular with newer club members as it offers a chance to become more familiar, train, hit and compete with each together.

Everyone is more than welcome to join in any night of their choice as it offers a great opportunity for new members or anyone thinking of joining to meet and play with other members.

Equipment

There are some spare rackets available to borrow in our racket cabinet inside squash entrance. Squash rackets and squash balls can be purchased at many online sports websites or sport shops in Sligo Town, however members whom have paid a levy to Squash Ireland can avail of a 10% discount from www.rackets.ie. The required code is only available by contacting Irish Squash directly on 01-6251145. This is renewed each year.

Coaching

Coaching is organised on a regular basis for new and novice players.

Squash Club Committee

Squash Captain – Brian Henry  PRO – Andrea McGoldrick  Secretary – Larry Gallagher  Competition Secretary– Tony Quigley  Connaght Squash Liaison – Avril O’Hanlon