(12 Dec) Hong Kong Squash – the first National Sports Association in HK awarded the Directors of The Year Awards

Congratulations to Hong Kong Squash, which was awarded the Directors of The Year Awards 2017 in the categories of Statutory / Non-profit-distributing Organizations organized by The Hong Kong Institute of Directors, a premier body in Hong Kong representing directors.

Mr. Cedric Tyen, the Honorary Secretary of Hong Kong Squash commented, “We are extremely grateful to be the first National Sports Association in Hong Kong to receive this outstanding award. Under the leadership of our Chairman Mr. David Mui and with the guidance of the Association’s General Committee, we have been working very hard to ensure a high standard in corporate governance. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Mr. David Mui and the General Committee for their commitment and support.”

The Directors of The Year Award is to recognize the Board of Hong Kong Squash, who has established sound principles and procedures in terms of corporate governance as well as effective strategic plans for the continuous success of the association in Hong Kong.

Photo Caption:

Top left: Mr. David Mui MH JP, the Chairman of Hong Kong Squash, presents his speech at the Presentation Ceremony of the Directors of The Year Awards 2017.

Top right: The Honourable Mrs Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor GBM GBS, the Chief Executive of the HKSAR, presents her speech as the Patron of The Hong Kong Institute of Directors.

Bottom: Mr. David Mui MH JP, the Chairman of Hong Kong Squash together with the General Committee’s members receive the Directors of The Year Awards 2017.

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(4 Dec) WSF Men's World Team Championship 2017

The 25th WSF Men's World Team Championship has successfully concluded yesterday at Marseille, France. Top seeds Egypt finally reclaimed their Men's World Team Championship title from England in this southern coastal city.

Out of the 24 nations participated in this year's Championship, there were 5 from Asia, included Hong Kong China, India, Iraq, Malaysia and Pakistan. "I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the Champion Egypt and all other participating countries, especially the 5 Asian nations, who demonstrated their best squash to the world. My congratulations would also go to Hong Kong China, who claimed their first-ever bronze medal in history in the Men's World Team Championship," said Mr. David Mui MH JP, our President with thrills, "we are also delighted to see that Iraq made their first appearance this year."

Besides Hong Kong, China who claimed the bronze medal, India, Malaysia, Pakistan and Iraq finished 7th, 12th, 19th and 23rd respectively.

Details of the results please visit the official site of the WSF Men's World Team Championship 2017.


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(7 Nov) Sajad Zareian Claims the First PSA Title for Iran

Iran’s number one and former World Junior Number 6, Sajad Zareian won the Iran Squash Federation Peace and Friendship Cup on Sunday, 5 Nov and became the first Iranian player to win a professional tour title.

In the Final, top seed Zareian came from 1-2 down to beat the 2nd seed Adil Maqbool in five games: 14-12, 9-11, 11-9, 11-8 and 11-8, and claimed his first PSA title.

Details of the tournament, please visit the PSA official website.





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(3 Oct) Squash Pulse #9

The 9th issue of our bi-annual e-newsletter, SQUASH PULSE, is released today. Some highlights for this issue include:

- The ASF Annual Awards 2016

- Jio 19th Asian Individual Championships 2017, Chennai, India

- 24th Asian Junior Individual Championships 2017, Amman, Jordan

- WSF World Junior Squash Championships, Tauranga, New Zealand

- The World Games 2017, Wroclaw, Poland

Relax and hope you enjoy reading our latest Squash Pulse. 


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President's Foreword

I have great pleasure in welcoming all of you to this new website of the Asian Squash Federation. With the successes that our Member National Federations have achieved in the past many years, the ASF has become a very active....

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