Mission Statement- To ensure that squash remains a strong, viable and growing Hong Kong sport and that Hong Kong aspires to be the leaders of squash in Asia.
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Squash has been played in India since the pre-war days. To a large extent it was introduced by the British forces that built squash courts in military cantonments and private clubs as an outlet for their sporting interests. In the early days squash had the following of a smattering few who were either from the forces, members of private clubs or children returning from studies abroad. It certainly fitted the name it was given at that time – a bourgeois sport. An organised activity for the promotion of the game was non-existent. Over time, however, things changed. The Squash Rackets Federation of India (SRFI) was formed to oversee the promotion and development of the sport in India. Needless to mention results did not rush in with a gush as a lack of systematic structure was posing unending problems. Non-existence of public facilities, lack of qualified manpower and public awareness of the game was pathetic. As time went on we saw minor improvement in the situation. 5 years ago the SRFI forged ahead with some dynamic plans. Squash promotion, development and performance at all levels in India have escalated more in the last 10 years than in the last 50.
The SRFI headquarters is currently in Chennai. It has more than 20 State Associations and affiliated units. All these units are actively involved in the promotion and development of the game. As is usually the case with many sports, the metros have dominated in terms of activities and creditable performances. Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai are the current front-runners. Nevertheless it is the aspiration of the association that every one gets a fair share of the pie.
Over the last few years the Squash Rackets Federation of India has formalised a long term development plan to transform India into one of the leading countries on the world circuit. A lot of effort has gone into nurturing and developing our juniors and we are delighted with our performances over the past decade. The last few years have been the coming of age of Indian squash, with our players winning laurels at the international arena.
Scottish Squash and Racketball Limited (SSRL) is the governing body responsible for promoting, fostering and Developing the sports of Squash and Racketball in Scotland. SSRL is a not for profit company limited by guarantee, company registration number SCO 198965. SSRL has a core staff managed by a volunteer board of directors led by a volunteer chairman. Working with our member clubs and our many partners, SSRL will use its best endeavours to create a long term viable future for the sports of Squash and Racketball in Scotland. We will be the definitive source for information about Squash and Racketball in Scotland and represent the sports on the international stage. SSRL will strive to embrace an ethos of continuous improvement in all of its activities. SSRL will endeavour to be a fair and responsible employer and represent and support all players of Squash and Racketball in a fair and equitable manner.
Scottish Squash and Racketball Limited asserts all of its rights to the use of the Scottish Squash and Racketball logo. Clubs who hold current affiliation to SSRL are allowed to use the logo for purposes of promoting their affiliation to the governing body and for the purposes of promoting, fostering and developing the sports of squash and racketball. No club or organisation out with membership of SSRL can use unless with the express permission of SSRL and only then for the demonstrable purpose of promoting fostering a developing the sports of squash and racketball in Scotland. racquet WALL is a Registered Trade Mark of Scottish Squash and Racketball Limited. The phrase “bashing a ball against a wall” is the copyright of Scottish Squash and Racketball Limited
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