- Date: September 7 - 9, 2018.
- Venue: Hong Kong Cricket Club
- Open to all ages and levels
- Level A: Ladies Division 1 / Main Division 1-5
- Level B: Ladies Division 2 / Main Division 6-12
- Level C: Ladies Division 3 / Main Division 13-19
- Entry Deadline: August 26, 2018
Our goal is to create a unique and first class annual women's squash tournament providing some great competition for Hong Kong’s lady players. There is equal prize money for the winners of each of the three divisional draws as well as great prizes.
In the short term this will bring together the ladies squash community. In the long term we would like to popularise squash as a game for all and increase community awareness and participation of the game.
Women's Squash Week
The event is held in conjunction with world Women’s Squash Week 2018, a celebration for women squash players. Women’s Squash Week began in 2008 as a US Squash-backed initiative, and aims to motivate women to get on the squash court to reap both the fitness and social benefits of the sport. The Squash Angels Tournament is formally part of this global movement bringing the Hong Kong flag to the event logo and connected with this prestigious global event.
A maximum of 64 competitors will play across three levels: Level A, Level B and Level C. These levels are based on Hong Kong Squash League standards. There is no age restriction.
The HKCC Squash section committee members: Eleanor Sackett,Charmaine Kwok and Emma Pike – two of the former and the current HKCC Ladies Squash Captains.
These ladies are the founders and event organisers of the tournament, hosted by HKCC. Between them all areas of the Hong Kong squash community are covered with Eleanor, a former national player, competing in both the Hong Kong Squash Masters and Ladies squash league, second runner up in the recent Asian Masters and a long term committee member of the Hong Kong Squash; Charmaine plays in the main league and in Ladies Division 2 and Emma in the ladies league and involved in tournaments with multiple clubs around Hong Kong as both a player and coach, working with juniors.