Inter-County

Yorkshire Squash supports a large number of teams in the inter-county championship. The team captains/organisers for each team are here – please contact them directly if you wish to be considered for selection.

We pay expenses for away fixtures. See the expenses page for more details.

 

Latest inter-county news

Yorkshire Ladies miss out on title in the final

Yorkshire Ladies miss out on title in the final

Yorkshire ladies hopes of regaining the title, last won in 2015, were dealt a blow by the loss of No 1 Fiona Moverley who was called up to play for England-her first cap in the European Team Championships in Helsinki. So with a team of Lauren Siddall, Katie Smith, Hannah Shipley and Julie Field...more
Wigginton and Chapel Allerton Juniors enjoy friendly rivalry

Wigginton and Chapel Allerton Juniors enjoy friendly rivalry

  Wigginton played Chapel Allerton in the latest round of the North West Yorkshire Junior Squash league. Unfortunately, a couple of clubs failed to turn out a team due to illness so the two clubs mixed and matched games to ensure all the kids had plenty of squash and enjoyed the day.  Thes...more
Yorkshire fail to progress in Masters over 45's

Yorkshire fail to progress in Masters over 45's

  Despite a valiant effort, Yorkshire over 45's failed to qualify for the finals as they exit the Inter County Masters at stage 2. The competition which was held at Pontefract Squash club saw Yorkshire, Durham, Cleveland and Cheshire compete for a place in the finals. A new format mean...more
Yorkshire propell to victory at Inter County Championship

Yorkshire propell to victory at Inter County Championship

The dominance of Yorkshire juniors in the Inter County Championship continued into the 2016-17 campaign with 7 out of the age groups once again qualifying for the finals weekend held at Pontefract Squash & Leisure Club. Finals day on Sunday saw the girls under 13’s squad of Asia Harris, Amy R...more
MO45s down North East rivals

MO45s down North East rivals

After some withdrawals and unavailability, Yorkshire travelled to Newcastle to play Northumbria and Durham and Cleveland in stage 1 of the inter counties. With a slightly weakened team our best chance was to win lower down the order. First up Durham and Cleveland, who also had a slightly weakene...more
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Ladies O50s take max points in Stage 1

Yorkshire ladies WO50 side began the season with Stage 1 being hosted at Bowdon. Nicola Horn was making her debut for the team with Paula Arrowsmith and Julie Field completing the line-up. Cheshire played Lancashire first - an exciting match which was decided in the last 2nd string tie between Po...more
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WO40 make winning start to inter-counties

The Yorkshire WO40 team made an impressive start to the new season by gaining maximum 20 points from Stage 1 last weekend at Pontefract. Unfortunately Cheshire have withdrawn from Group A so the team had just one match against Lancashire. Andrea Santamaria beat Kay Fellows 11/5 11/6 ...more
Premier Inter County Finals: Ladies 2nd, Men 3rd

Premier Inter County Finals: Ladies 2nd, Men 3rd

Yorkshire Men and Ladies travelled to Nottingham at the weekend to take part in the Premier Division finals. The ladies went as defending champions and the squad was made up of Fiona Moverley, Katie Smith, Jess Dixon, Andrea Santamaria, Hannah Shipley and Emma Campion. In the first round, Yorkshi...more
Ladies O50s national runners up

Ladies O50s national runners up

Having been successful in both Stage 1 and 2, Yorkshire WO50 travelled to Leicester Squash Club last weekend to take part in the finals. In the semi finals on Saturday, the team of Kate Fisher (Dunnington), Paula Arrowsmith (Chapel A) and Julie Field (Pontefract) had a comfortable victory over a wea...more
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Men O45s finish third

A depleted Over 45 squad travelled to Leicester with faint hopes of bringing the trophy back to Yorkshire, for the first time in many years. Unfortunately 4 of the squad couldn’t make it, pulling out in the 2 weeks before the event. However we were determined to show what we could do, even witho...more