Amateur Squash Hungary Sports Club Presents: A Friendly Int Squash Cup - For Teams

  • 22 Jun 2012 9:01 AM
Amateur Squash Hungary Sports Club Presents: A Friendly Int Squash Cup - For Teams
Amateur Squash Hungary Sports Club is organizing international squash events for amateur players in Hungary. The programme can last 2 or more days and are available from EUR 50 / person all inclusive (excl: travel and additional programme)

If you are dedicated to squash and want to test yourself abroad, against foreign players, all you have to do is team up with friends (or bring your club) and contact us. Let us know how many players (teams) can come and pay the regitsration fee!

About us:
Amateur Squash Hungary is the founder and organizer of the first national amateur squash championship in Hungary.
Griff Squash is Hungary’s most famous squash club; the centre of the Hungarian squash

Location: Griff Squash & Fitness Club
Address: 1113 Budapest, Bartók Béla út 152.
GPS: 47.46899 19.02579

Accommodation: Hunguest Hotel Griff***

In the restaurant of Hotel Griff

 Common warm-up,  defining handicap points if needed,  1 or 2 day competition, dinner together with Hungarian teams, at night: party in the city…

Additional programme:
Budapest sightseeing tour (optional) – additional EUR 30 / participant

Training camp – by request:  held by Colin White - click here to contact him

Registration fee:
 EUR 50 / player or
 EUR 200 / team (4 players)

Registration fee includes:  accommodation for 2 nights, food (2x breakfast, 1x lunch and 2x dinner), official T-shirt

Team structure: at least 1 lady (out of the 4 players) per team.

Regulations: Standard Dunlop competition ball (two dots black)

Order of play:
 On one court: 4-3-1-2
 On two courts: 4-2; 3-1
The individual matches will be scored as PSA standard, best of five, PAR 11
If a group ends at 2 ALL and the sum of the games and the points are the same too then the result of the first string match decides who the winner is.

Prizes:  Medals and cup for the first 3 teams.
 Prizes for 1 – 3 places.
 certificate for each player.

Refereeing: With a chosen marker or per the rules of fair play.

Leading rules: Those of the World Squash Federation (WSF).

Registration and more info  by clicking here from Szilágyi Gábor or Czeglédi Tamás

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