The Australian Masters Squash Association (AMSA) promotes and encourages the game of squash for players aged 35 years and over.  It provides an opportunity for people who still enjoy playing squash to play against mature age people in a more social but still competitive environment.

AMSA has eight organisational member bodies which include:

Normally the Australian Masters Squash Championships are held in September each year over a two week period where over 600 masters players participate.  The first week consists of Aged Individual titles for both men and women and an Interstate Teams Series in the second week.  The Championships are hosted by each state on a rotational basis. In 2022 the Championships are being held in Adelaide South Australia from 10-21 October.  Click here to find out more.

Every two years, a Trans Tasman Test Series is held between Australia and New Zealand.  The event will next be hosted by Australia in Adelaide South Australia in 2022.

Masters Pennant and Tournaments are also held throughout the year in the various states. Contact your State Association to find more.

If you have recently “retired” from playing, haven’t played for a while and would like to do so again, or are just a beginner who also enjoys the social aspect of squash – why not come along and try the Masters approach.  All you need is your racquet and some enthusiasm to compete whilst having a good time with good company.  This is what we call the “Masters Spirit”.

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Garry Irwin has been selected as the Australian Trans Tasman Test Team Manager for the upcoming Trans Tasman Test Series in Adelaide in October 2022.
40th Australian Masters Squash Championships
Adelaide 10-21 October 2022
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Player Rankings as at 30 June 2022
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Upcoming Tournaments around Australia and Internationally
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15th World Masters Squash Championships 21-27 August 2022 Wroclaw Poland
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