More Top Stories

Court
Education
Editor's Pick

TB cases detected

1 June 2024

Sports
Court

Alleged rapist in remand

27 April 2024

National
Rugby league

Moana target 2025 World Cup

11 November 2022

Bank of high energy anticipated at BSP squash tournament

Wednesday 18 May 2022 | Written by Supplied | Published in Sports, Squash

Share

Bank of high energy anticipated at BSP squash tournament
Expect high energy squash at the BSP Business House Squash tournament starting on Thursday. Photo: Supplied/22051701

With eight teams already signed up for the BSP Business House Squash tournament starting this week, high energy action at the Nikao multi sports complex glass backed squash courts is guaranteed.

The tournament provides the opportunity for both seasoned and beginner players to have fun getting fit playing squash, and to begin the build up to bigger and more competitive tournaments later in the year, in the form of the Cook Islands Games and Cook Islands Squash Open.

Squash as a sport has enjoyed an increase in numbers and membership in recent years, and the Cook Islands Squash Association is committed to creating more tournaments to provide keen and new players opportunities to practice and hone their squash skills and tournaments to test them in.

Write to squashcookislands@gmail.com to register a team or to find out more about becoming a member, and join regular squash sessions that are always fun and full of high energy action to push both mental, and physical fitness.

Each team is made up of four players and a reserve with the top ranked at number one and an ungraded player at number four with everyone in the team playing one game each night.

Squash Cook Islands is grateful to loyal supporters and tournament sponsor Bank South Pacific, who not only financially supports the running of the squash tournament – but also fields a couple of teams made up of staff, who always play with enthusiasm, and expose some secretly hidden squash talents among the banking team.

The BSP Business House tournament will be played every Thursday starting this week and run for the next eight to 10 weeks starting at 5pm – and spectators are welcome to come catch some high energy games and get involved in squash.