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                                                    28-30th January 2022

                                       Boys & Girls U11; U13; U14; U16 & U19



      SUNDAY 23rd JANUARY 2022 at MIDNIGHT.

      No late entries will or can be accepted

      Entries must be made online at Dashboard - SportyHQ

      A confirmation e-mail will be sent to you.

      Squash SA registration is required.

      Photos taken by EJS at the tournament may be posted to EJS Facebook page and/or website. By entering this tournament you automatically consent to EJS using

      any photos of you and your child unless otherwise advised to us in writing (email) to the Tournament Organiser below.

      Tournament Organiser: Celesté Robinson: admin@ejs.co.za



      U/11 (2011 & later); U/13 (2009/10); U/14 (2008); U/16 (2006/07); U/19 (2003/04/05).

      Age groups may be combined based on insufficient number of entries.



      Entry fee: R330 (non-refundable / includes a R15.00 SA Schools Squash levy)

      Account name: Easterns Junior Squash, Standard Bank, Account No 02 06 99 298, Branch Code 011842

      Reference: Players name and age-group. Send proof of payment to admin@ejs.co.za



      Venues: Boksburg Squash Club and Sunward Park Squash Club.

      First round draw will be posted on http://www.easternsjrsquash.com by Thursday evening, 27th January at 19h00.

      Draws must be checked for final venues and times at the start of the tournament.

      Players must be available to start matches from 17h30 on Friday, 28th January 2022.

      Play will end around 21h00 Friday, 18h00 Saturday, 14h00 Sunday followed by Prize giving.

      Players NOT attending the prize giving will forfeit their prizes.

      Players must be available for the entire DURATION of the tournament. No reschedules allowed.

      Players are to ensure they are ready to play 30 MINUTES before the scheduled time of their match.

      Arriving later than 10 minutes after the scheduled playing time will result in the player forfeiting the match.

      FOLLOW-ON system applies. Players must go onto court immediately after the match prior to their scheduled match, regardless of published start time.




      Players are required to MARK and REFEREE matches (winner referees; loser marks) following their match or risk disqualification and/or disciplinary steps.

      The 4 minute warm up and 90 second game break rule will be strictly monitored.

      No parents/spectators are allowed to interfere with any marking or play.

      No cheering or intimidation of players during and after play will be tolerated.

      Players and spectators are expected to adhere and abide to the SA Squash Rules and Code of Conduct.

      Instances of misconduct and bad behaviour will be severely sanctioned by EJS.

      The decision of the tournament referee is final.

      No shows, late withdrawals or not marking / refereeing may result in players being banned from entering future tournaments.

      WSF dress code applies eg. No caps or baggies on court, no tights for girls.

      Use of PROTECTIVE EYEWEAR in every match is COMPULSORY – including during warm up or social games. (No exceptions shall be made).

      COVID safety regulations will apply.


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Aug 27, 2019, 9:22 pm


On the 3 August 2019 Spring Boys high celebrated their 85th birthday with a fun sports open day.

Easterns Junior Squash made use of this opportunity to introduce squash to primary school pupils. 32 very excited primary school pupils from the spring community got the opportunity to see what squash is all about.

We started the morning off with an exhibition match between two of our top eastern junior squash players, Pierce and Ethan Robinson.

The excitement could soon be felt and it did not take the youngster long to place bets on who they thought could win the match.

The rules of the game and the reffing calls were explained to the pupils as the exhibition match progressed. It was clear that the pupils got restless after the first two games of the match as they were itching to get on court and hit the ball!

As one of the boys remarked “I can do this it looks so easy” The pupils took the courts by storm and enjoyed every minute of being on court.

Pierce Robinson, Chanè Lotter, Berlin Sapire and Ethan Robinson taught the youngster the basic shot of the game and it was soon remarked “OK so it is not as easy as it looks, but it is great fun” St. Dominic’s school for girls was there to play matches against the Spring Boys High team and the girls joined in the fun with the primary school kids.

The high light of the day was when we gave the primary school players the opportunity to “challenge” the Eastern Junior Squash players.

Chanè really had her work cut out for her as all the players wanted to challenge her! The morning was ended off with some refreshments and question and answer session.

Two lucky players received Easter Junior Squash T-shirts for enthusiasm (wanting to challenge Chanè 7 timesâ˜ș) and the most pupil that bounced the ball on his racquet the most!

Thank you to Pierce, Chanè, Berlin and Ethan for offering to help and giving up their time. We are looking forward to giving more junior players exposure to squash in the Easterns Gauteng region.

Thank you to Springs Boys High for allowing us to make use of your squash courts, we are hoping to see these youngsters as part of your school league team in 2020.