Social and competitive squash tournaments are run throughout the year, usually before the start of the league season and then again after the league has been completed. Doubles games have become very popular over the past few years and there are regular matches played each week.
The club boasts seven conventional plaster-walled courts with a viewing balcony plus an international standard all-glass match court, seating up to 200 spectators.
Our courts are complimented by the Spinners sports bar which has a viewing window adjacent to the glass court, a great place to watch a match over a drink and meal.
Introductory, Level 1 and Level 2 coaching can be arranged for members.
The Club is active in the Joburg League and Joburg Masters League. Joburg League is open to all players, male and female. The Masters League is open to players over the age of 35. All players are encouraged to become proficient in marking, refereeing. Marking and refereeing courses are run at the start of the season.
Other tournaments and national events that take place throughout the year can be found at Joburg Squash or from the yearly calendar at Squash South Africa. Joburg League and tournaments on the Squash SA calendar are accredited by Squash South Africa and, as such, all players are required to be registered via SportyHQ.
The following is an illustration of the annual fees for a Joburg Squash League player:
Wanderers Club Membership: As per the class of membership. (Invoiced annually by The Wanderers Club).
Wanderers Squash Club fees: R 500 pa for adult and R 250 pa for students
Joburg League: Approx. R700 p.a. (Invoiced at the commencement of League)
Joburg Masters League: R400 p.a. + R50 /match (Paid directly to Joburg Masters Squash – contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
We encourage Members to invite visitors to join the squash club. Players of all levels are welcome.
Social squash sessions are held on Sundays at 4 pm and this is a fantastic time for prospective members to attend.
Joburg Squash (Contact 086 010 4445 for all queries about Joburg League).
World Squash Federation (For info. on international rules and registration for a Squash Personal Identification Number (SPIN) for international events).
World Squash Officiating (An online education and assessment portal setup by the WSF and PSA to standardise officiating qualifications worldwide as well as containing useful resources).
Egoli Squash (Development squash for youngsters, including life skills development and team building)
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We have an internal app called MyClub Account which is used by members to book courts.
Members can bring one visitor a month to play a game of squash.
Looking to improve reaction, agility, and hand-eye coordination? Squash is a great upper and lower body workout, strengthening muscles and burns up to 800 calories per hour.
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Squash court bookings may be made by members up to two weeks in advance. Members pay NO FEE for booking or playing on the courts. However, there is a playing fee for visitors, whether playing with or without a member. (Members are allowed to play with a visitor once per month at no cost).
Members must have credit in their Lights Account in order to activate the court lights for playing with a visitor. Payment can be made in cash to the Court Manager when he is on duty or online using the GoBook/PayFast payment system.
Visitors playing without a member must pay cash to the Court Manager at the courts.
Courts may be booked in three ways.
Online court bookings using GoBook
Go to GoBook for online bookings. A mobile app is also available.
The FAQ page will assist with setting up a new GoBook account and making online payments into the Lights Account using PayFast.
WSC Chairman’s Report 2021
Treasurer’s report: FY ending Feb 2021
Minutes of 2021 AGM
Minutes, Chairman’s report and Treasurer’s report from the 2021 Annual General Meeting held on 15 November 2021
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