Local Leagues

Details and contacts for local squash leagues in Yorkshire

 

1. BRADFORD METRO LEAGUE

One division of 10 teams, drawn from the following clubs –

Heaton, Queens, Skipton, Wilsden and Huddersfield (5)

No website, uses Resultszone for league information

Contact: Andrew Gubbin –  Andrew.gubbin@talktalk.net

 

2. HARROGATE LEAGUE

Four divisions, of between 10 and 12 teams, drawn from the following clubs – Adel, Aireborough, Boroughbridge, Chapel Allerton, Collingham, David Lloyd, Harlow, Harrogate, Headingley, Ilkley, Moortown, Otley, Skipton and TAS (14)

Divisions 1-3 play mainly on Monday nights, Division 4 on Tuesdays.
Three-man teams, traditional scoring to 9, best of five games.
Also has a juniors league with ten teams in two age groups.

Use http://harrogate.countyleagues.co.uk/ for league information.

Contact: Tony Norwood – mail@tonynorwood.com

 

3. HULL AND DISTRICT LEAGUE

Four divisions involving 46 teams drawn from 14 clubs, namely: Anlaby, Appleby Frodingham, Barrow, Barton, Beverley, Blackburns, David Lloyd, Ferriby Hall, Goole, Haltemprice, Hull University, Hull & East Riding, Scarborough and Withernsea (14)

Website: www.humbersquash.org with its own computerised league details & results

Contact: Mark Birtles –  info@humbersquash.org

 

4. KIRKLEES AND CALDERDALE LEAGUE

Four mens divisions of 10, 9, 9,and 9 teams respectively
Two ladies divisions of 8 and 7 teams
Two Racketball divisions of 8 and 9 teams

Drawn from Mirfield Old Bank, Huddersfield T and S, Queens, Old Crossleyans, Heaton, Academy Squash, Barnsley, Phoenix Fitness, Skelmanthorpe, Royds Hall, Dewsbury, Whitcliffe Mount, Mytholmroyd,and Rishworth (14)  Plus for Racketball only, Chapel Allerton, Collingham, Rothwell and Wilsden

Website: www.kircalsquash.leaguerepublic.com with own computerised league details

Contact: Neil Perry – neilperry@halifax.co.uk

 

5. LEEDS METRO LEAGUE

Three mens divisions of 9, 9 and 10 teams respectively
Two ladies divisions of 8 and 7 teams
One vets division of 10 teams

Drawn from Adel, Chapel Alleron, Collingham, Garforth, Heaton, Heckmondwyke, Ilkley, Kirkstal, Moortown, Old Crossleyans, Pontefract, Rothwell, TASC, Village Leeds and Wakefield (15)

No website, uses Resultszone for league information

Contact: Margaret Rotherforth –  pontesquash.club@virgin.net

 

6. NORTH YORKSHIRE LEAGUE

Three divisions of 8, 7 and 7 teams respectively drawn from Bedale, Boroughbridge, Harlow, Harrogate, Leyburn, Northallerton, Pateley Bridge, Thirsk and Thorpe Perow (9)

Also running summer league with 7 teams

See Resultszone for league information. Tables and 2012/13 results also here.

Contact: Geoff Evans –  gevans271@gmail.com

 

7. SHEFFIELD AND DISTRICT LEAGUE

Four mens divisions of 8, 8, 8 and 7 teams respectively
One ladies division of 5 teams
Two vets divisions of 6 and 5 teams

Drawn from Abbeydale, Hallamshire, Brampton Manor, Doncaster, Dronfield, Fulwood, Barnsley, Phoenix, Killamarsh, Adwick, Worksop, Barnsley Metrodome, Bircoates and Concord (14)

Own website: www.sdsquash.org.uk with own computerised league details

Contact: Martin Roberts – martin.roberts@englandsquashandracketball.com

 

8. YORK AND DISTRICT LEAGUE

Five mens divisions with approximately 10 teams in each.

Drawn from David Lloyd, Dunnington, Heslington, Kirby Moorside, Malton, Pocklington, Scarborough LTSC, Selby, Stillington, Thornton le Dale, York University Students, Wigginton, York Squash Club and York Railway Institute (14).

Own website:  www.yorksquash.co.uk  uses Resultszone for league details.

Contact: Marc Thomas – secretary@yorksquash.co.uk

 

YORK AND DISTRICT LADIES LEAGUE

Four ladies divisions with 6-7 teams in each.

Owen website: www.yorkladiesquash.co.uk uses Resultszone for league details.

Contact: suepreston1@yahoo.co.uk

 

YORKSHIRE LEAGUE

The Yorkshire League is the official countywide league, run by the Yorkshire Squash Rackets Association. Its participant clubs and players must therefore be members of England Squash and Racketball. For more details, see the separate menu heading on the YSRA website:  www.yorkshiresquash.com