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Total Eclipse at AussieNick Squash! Join us to participate in the #1 healthiest sport! All levels and ages welcome.

AussieNick Squash is the place to be in the path of totality for a total squash eclipse everyday! This fall we have clinics, lessons, and programming for all levels and ages! We have weekend and weekday clinics and lessons, school programs and leagues, squash leagues for all levels, and a new corporate league! Need more information or are new to the sport? Contact Connie Barnes at conniesquash@gmail.com or call 301-807-9905.

 

JeremyTotal Eclipse at AussieNick Squash! Join us to participate in the #1 healthiest sport! All levels and ages welcome.
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New! Corporate Squash League – Join Today! All levels welcome – learn to play, meet others, stay fit – all on your time schedule!

The Corporate Squash League provides participation in a fun, fitness oriented and convenient program for businesses and staff in Friendship Heights to fit your schedule.  Coordinator is Jackie Barnes, Dartmouth alum, captain of squash team, and former top 100 world ranking.

Program details:

How is it set up? – Workplace  teams learn how to play squash and then play in a league with other local businesses. All levels welcome!

When? – Clinics will be set up at convenient times for teams to learn and practice during August and September 2017.

Cost? – Corporate membership is $75 pm and includes the league as well as full usage of the gym, exercise classes, steam room and more! (Wow!)

Why? – Because learning a new sport, meeting new people across different work places, and playing on a team are fun, especially when combined with the best cardiovascular workout you can get (Forbes magazine).

Match times? – Self-scheduled with your opponent. Before work, lunchtime, after work or weekends commencing mid September

Contact Jackie Barnes at Jacqueline@aussienicksquash.com

JeremyNew! Corporate Squash League – Join Today! All levels welcome – learn to play, meet others, stay fit – all on your time schedule!
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Summer Clinics and Round Robins, Sat. & Sun, Adult & Junior! Starts June 24!

Besides our wonderful summer camps, we are offering clinics and round robins on Saturdays and Sundays through summerPlease note that registration 24 hrs before the activity is required by paying on this LINK and sending the receipt to Coach Nosh, nosh@aussienicksquash.com

Commencing June 24

Juniors — Saturday

2–3pm 10 – 18 yrs beginners—good beginners  drop in $35 min 3 nosh@aussienicksquash.com

3-4pm 10 – 18 yrs good beginners- intermediate drop in $35 min 3 nosh@aussienicksquash.com

Juniors Sunday

5.45 – 6.30pm round robin $10 pp come and play – 1 game on one game off with a variety of players, coach will supply coaching tips. Cost $10 members, $20 non-members

Adults Sunday

6.307.15pm round robin $10 pp come and play – 1 game on one game off with a variety of players, coach will supply coaching tips. Cost $10 members, $20 non-members

JeremySummer Clinics and Round Robins, Sat. & Sun, Adult & Junior! Starts June 24!
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Squash Empower Informational Evening

Learn all about the resurgence of SquashEmpower Urban Youth program and partnering with DCPS

SquashEmpower Wine Tasting and Appetizer Informational Evening.

An invitation to an event. SquashEmpower (our charitable affiliate) is partnering with DCPS schools. A recent meeting with the Deputy Mayor’s office to ask for assistance to bring squash and academic tuition to at risk youth at one school turned in to her asking if we can provide our services to ALL DCPS schools. This is a mammoth undertaking and I am currently working with 40 assistants and 13 working groups to move this forward

November 7, 2015
6 – 8.30pm

Alban Towers: Grand Salon
3700 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20016
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www.squashempower.org

Please RSVP Conniebarnes@squashempower.org

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Thanksgiving & Winter Break Camps

These are designed as an early and mid season intensive squash experience for juniors at all levels who are intent on improving their game. Camp highlights – Technical and tactical analysis, physical conditioning, game analysis, small group instruction and video analysis including report with recommendations for training.

Coaches – Jim Masland, Rod Barnes, Connie Barnes

Thanksgiving dates:

– November 27, 28, & 29

Winter break dates:

-December 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, & 31,
-Jan 1

2 sessions each day:
– 10am – 12:30pm and 2pm- 4:30pm

Please register here.

JeremyThanksgiving & Winter Break Camps
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You’re Invited!

An invitation to an event.
SquashEmpower (our charitable affiliate) is partnering with DCPS schools. A recent meeting with the Deputy Mayor’s office to ask for assistance to bring squash and academic tuition to at risk youth at one school turned in to her asking if we can provide our services to ALL DCPS schools. This is a mammoth undertaking and I am currently working with 40 assistants and 13 working groups to move this forward. We are holding an Wine and cheese reception information meeting November 7, 2015 from 6 to 8.30pm at Alban Towers, opposite National Cathedral, we hope you can join us, please RSVP by contacting Connie Barnes at conniesquash@gmail.com.


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Charlotte Open PSA April 21 – 26

AussieNick in association with SquashRevolution are following on from the success of the first 7 years of the National Capital Open and are proud to announce the 2015 Charlotte Open Squash Tournament, which will feature a men's pro event, an adults tournament, and a social. The 2012/13 NCO tournaments were very popular with the DC community. The WSA event was won by US #1 Amanda Sobhy. The men's event, a marathon of record proportions, was won by Canada's Shawn DeLierre over Englishman Adrian Waller in a 157m epic at the Chevy Chase Athletic Club. The match remains the second longest pro match in history, under the PAR scoring system. It was recently broken at this years TOC, broken again by Shawn DeLierre.
JeremyCharlotte Open PSA April 21 – 26
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