Avon County Squash’s mission is to promote the game of Squash and Squash 57 (Racketball) to Juniors and Adults of all abilities, from beginners to players who represent the county.

We aim to provide an environment that encourages the development of those who wish to play, coach or become referees.

This site will provide information about where to play, where to receive coaching or join a camp.

We will also be publishing a calendar of all events throughout the county including tournaments, social gatherings, county development squads and camps run at our hub clubs.


To find out what squash please visit What is Squash?

Squash is a popular sport played in Avon with nearly 700 people playing throughout the county on a weekly basis. This covers casual players playing once a week on a Sunday to lunchtime box leagues, club box leagues, inter-club leagues, tournaments and county squads.


To find out more please visit Squash 57 on the England Squash website. To many existing players, Squash 57 is better known as Racketball.

Squash 57/Racketball is played casually in a number of clubs throughout the county.  A small league was introduced in 2017 that ran for 5 or 6 weeks in August. The county also has a team entered in the Inter Counties league.