Interclub

Please note the following and read the rules (PDF document under Tournament and Interclub News tab) before entering your teams. Any team entries which are not in line with the rules will not be accepted.

There will be one Interclub competition only, which is run by Eastern Squash. You can view ur events calander to see the dates

  • This will be for both Men and Women

  • This will be played, as before, in grades, with one change.  In order to give the B & A Graders an opportunity to play, a C Grade team may name ONEB or A Grade player in their team

  • F Grade may include J Grade players but any J Graders must have the permission of their parents andappreciate that interclub can be a late night. Parents may be required for transportation

  • Women must be on the Men’s Grading List on 1st April to play

  • All Grades will be taken from the 1st April Grading List

  • As last year, at the time of entering teams, players may play up or down a grade as long as they are within 100 points of the cut-off of that grade on1st April Men’s Grading list.

  • Interclub will be played on both Tuesday an Wednesday, depending on entries, starting at 7pm

  • There will be no play offs, only one or two rounds, again depending on entries

  • All registrations must be with me by 10th April – no late entries will be accepted

  • Entry fee remains at $50 per team and must be paid prior to the start of the event


Gahagans Nichol Challenge

This is an annual challenge between Havelock North and HBSRC.

3 players from each grade, both Men and Women, battle it out for the Gahagans Nichol trophy.

Thanks to Peter Gahagan of Gahagans Pharmacy and a member of Havelock North and Rick Nichol or Nichol Glass & Aluminium a member of HBSRC for their initiative.

The venue is hosted in alternative years by the two clubs.


HBLT Challenge - Criterion Trophy


This annual challenge between Hawke’s Bay Lawn Tennis Club and HBSRC is hosted in alternative years by each club.  The host club chooses the sports for which the trophy is played.

To-date sports have includes:

  • Squash
  • Tennis
  • Golf
  • Darts
  • Pool
  • Petanque


The G&H Training Pot

This is an annual challenge which every team within the Squash Eastern District may enter.  The venue alternates between Gisborne, Hastings/Havelock and Napier.

Each club nominates 2 players – both men and women – in each grade with one playing each match.

Depending on the number of entries, it usually takes the form of a round robin event.

Players are selected to play by the Club Captain