We have 4 of our juniors successfully gain the Young Leaders Award certification. This is a six-hour course for those aged 14 years and over to work as a leader/assistant to qualified squash coaches or teachers in a school or club environment. The award looks at using Mini Squash and the England Squash gamecards as a…Read More
Welcome to the England Squash affiliated Manor Park Squash and Racketball (S&R) club. The S&R section currently has around 120 regular Squash and Racketball playing members of all ages and abilities. Manor Park is a friendly and sociable club offering excellent facilities. The Manor Park Squash & Racketball section have 4 courts, including one glass back, which is used for in- house and outside competitions.
The section is run by the S&R committee which meet up to 6 times a year. We welcome new members to help with the running of the section.
Apart from our dedicated Racketball players many of the squash players also indulge in this social game. They say that Racketball is an easy game to start playing but a hard game to master. The club has two adult teams in the Worcestershire Squash leagues and internal leagues for both Racketball and Squash.
Please keep an eye on the S&R News for information on forthcoming competitions and other social events.
The preferred way to join the Squash & Racketball section is through the online Clubspark system. Memberships run for 12 months and payment can be made through the Clubspark system, bacs, cheque or cash. There are a variety of packages available for juniors, adults and all rackets play (includes tennis), please see the Clubspark website for details.
All membership fees include court lighting.
We are very proud of our Junior section which runs 3 sessions a week for young people from the age of 5 -18 years. Many of our players have represented Manor Park Squash at county level as well as representing Worcestershire in the regional tournaments and one playing at national level. Our professional coach organises friendly games with other clubs as well as England Squash sanctioned events. For Squash coaching please contact James Robinson 07584 856249. Our junior squash sessions are as follows:
Tuesday evenings 4.30 – 5.50pm
Manor Park Junior Development Squad – Invitational players for group coaching.
Thursday evenings 4.00 – 5.00pm
Mini squash for 5-10 year olds. £3 per session payable termly in advance.
Thursday evenings 4.30 – 6.00pm
Junior group coaching – Structured group coaching.
£3.50 per session payable termly in advance.
Saturday Afternoons 4.30 – 6.00pm
All levels of ability welcome. An open session informally supervised. £3 per session payable on attendance.
The squash club night is held on a Friday evening from 6 – 8.30 pm. Beginners welcome!
We have team training and club leagues running throughout the year. There are also squash leagues for all abilities please add your name to the list on the squash notice board.
We have Racketball club sessions on a Tuesday evening 7 – 9.00pm, Wednesday 5.30 – 7.30pm and Friday mornings 10.00 – 11.30am. Beginners welcome.
There are also Racketball singles leagues for all abilities please add your name to the list on the racketball notice board.
The courts are available to book, for both sports, 7 days a week morning, afternoon and evening. These are booked through our on-line booking system.
We have our own in-house professional coach, James Robinson, who runs junior coaching sessions during the week.
The coach also runs adult group, individual coaching and team training sessions on a Tuesday and Thursday.
To find our more about our coaching sessions please contact James on 07584 856249.
Our junior players have participated in various competitions over the year with 3 of our players, Jack, Peter and Dominic taking 1st place in their age groups in the inter county matches. Many thanks to Dominic Bayley for representing England in the junior world seriesRead More
2018 has been a busy year for our section. After a successful 2017/18 season, both our men’s teams went up in the Worcestershire leagues to divisions 1& 2. We are now in the first half of the 2018/19 season which has seen our teams fighting hard to maintain the successful wins of last year fingers…Read More