Clubs and other Venues become members of Squash SA through the affiliation process. Clubs and Venues (Courts) are invited to affiliate with Squash SA each year for the period starting 1 uly through to 30 June.

Some of the main benefits of affiliation include (but are not limited to):

  • Public Liability Insurance
  • Eligibility to host and compete in Squash SA and Squash Australia events
  • Ability to submit teams into the metro Pennant Competition
  • Assistance from Squash SA Development Officers
  • Listing on the Squash SA website
  • Promotional opportunities in monthly e-newsletter
  • Voting rights at SRASA AGM

Click here for a full list of affiliation benefits.


Court Maintenance

It is important to provide a clean playing surface in sports like squash and racquetball for player safety, player enjoyment and ideal ball movement. 

Click here to watch this video and learn the recommended way to clean court floors.

Court Specifications (WSF), click here

Accredited Court Builders (WSF), Court Designs is Squash Australia's preferred court builder.

In addition to this, Squash SA provide the following contacts for general squash court repair and maintenance services:

Useful Resources

Plasterer / Painter


Adrian Hobbs  0468 748 700

Allan Bennet  0419 860 853

Paint Supplier


Duralex Paints (Squash Court Paint) 02 9638 0568

Working at Heights

Complete Scaffolds  8241 1444


Globebusters  1300 464 562



It is recommended to use a combination of vacuum and sweep with damp towel attached to broom head.

Click here to watch Squash SA's short tutorial video.


This video is a must if you run a pro shop or are considering selling squash equipment. To learn more about string tension and characteristics of different racquet types, click here.  


The recruitment and retention of juniors is arguably the most import and challenging task for a club.  Juniors need to be given the best possible start to their squash experience in an environment which will allow them to develop their skills and keep them having fun playing squash through to their later years. 


Squash SA Documents and Forms

Affiliation Information Pack

Club Program Activities

Complaint Management Flowchart Template

Enrolment Form Example

In-House Player Registration Form

Incident Reporting Form

Junior Coaching Rebate

Junior Coaching Rebate Attendance Form

Junior Player Pathway

Junior Program Activity Examples

Junior Program Session Planning Tools

Junior Tournament Guidelines

Multi-Use Sports Space

Pennant Scoresheet

Primary School Booking Checklist for Junior Program Growth

Senior Tournament Guidelines

RevSport - Online Tournament Setup (STM Competition Training)

Squash Rules Poster

Tournament Planning Checklist

Tournament and Junior Program Code of Conduct


Other Useful Information

Club Constitution Template

Keeping Children Safe in Sport - A concise guide for all participants

Create a Child Safe Environment - Fact Sheet

Facility Management Guide

Club of the Future Guide

Guidelines for mandated notifiers and information for organisations

Play by the Rules Toolkits - free online training


In addition, The Australian Sports Commission has a wide range of resources available through their website to assist with:

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