Browns Bay Womens Programme
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To make squash accessible to adult woman of all backgrounds and skill levels & to encourage adult woman beginners to become members of a squash club.
• Create awareness of squash among adult woman
• Provide a pathway to squash membership and full participation in the sport
• Target adult woman 30 years and over for the purpose of introducing them to the game of squash
• Develop a coaching programme specifically for beginner adult woman that is appropriate to their existing skill level and meets their needs
• Provide professional coaching for adult women beginner squash players
Read the case study to find out more....
School Club Partnership Programme
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In Term 3, 2009 Squash Auckland ran a number of School & Club partnership programs. The purpose of the programs was to provide primary and intermediate school students with a real squash experience.
Read the case studies to find out more...
Case Belmont Primary School Term 3, 2009.pdf
Case Study Murrays Bay Intermediate School Term 3, 2009.pdf
Case Study RO Primary School Term 3, 2009.pdf
Junior Development Programme
In 2004 the Devonport Squash Club embarked on the development of a junior coaching programme designed to provide new and aspiring junior boys and girls an opportunity to receive regular coaching in the technical aspects of squash. It was anticipated that from here players who wanted to would then go on to represent the club at regional Interclub competitions and regional and national squash tournaments. Read More...
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In late 2006 Te Papapa Squash Club, Squash Auckland & Sport Auckland collaborated to develop and implement a School-Club Programme. The aim of the project was to develop and implement two new initiatives that link students leaving selected Secondary schools to Te Papapa Squash Club.
An implementation plan was developed to ensure maximum utilisation of the clubs facilities and resources available. The project was completed in November 2007 with some success and key recommendations for clubs who would like to undertake a project of similar nature. Click here
to view the programme overview and report.