This season

 

For the 2019 season, our events will be held on Friday evenings in downtown area and on Saturday mornings elsewhere.

This year we added several new features that will satisfy both players and spectators. Example:

 

While the games take place, food and drinks will be served near the squash courts, for all events. 

 

In addition, prizes will be awarded to winning players at the end of the year and participation prizes will be drawn at random among the people in the attendance for each event.

 

You got to be there!

 

 

2019 Calendar

Jan 4: YMCA West-Island (Pointe-claire)

Jan 18: Club Sportif MAA (Montreal)

Feb 1: Midtown (Montreal)

Feb 16: Complexe S. Absolu (St-Jean)

March 2: John Abbott College (Ste-Anne-d-B.)

March 15: McGill University (Montreal)

March 29: YMCA Downtown (Montreal)

April 13: SportPlex de l'Energie (Varennes)

May 11: Bishop's College School (Sherbrooke)

May 24: West End Cavendish (Cote St-Luc)

June 7: Club Atwater (Montreal)

July 6: Montcalm Tennis-Squash (Quebec)

July 19: Club Sportif MAA (Montreal)

Aug 10: Physical Park (Vaudreuil-Dorion)

Aug 24: Sani-Sport (Brossard) 

Sept 14: Sportheque (Gatineau)

Oct 11: Club Atwater (Montreal)

Nov 8: Midtown (Montreal)

Nov 23: Sani-Sport (Boucherville)

Dec 7: Club Sportif CDL (Finals)

How to become the next SquashSuper8 Tour winner?

Rankings and point system
 

Only the *8 best Men's matches (and the top 4 women's matches) count for the SquashSuper8 ranking.

For example, suppose that 40 players sign up for an event, only the top 8 games (so 16 players eligible) will have points in the SquashSuper8 ranking.

For each match, players receive points as follows:

  • Won Match = 3 points

  • Lost Match = 1 point

* The 8 matches are based on Squash Quebec's ranking system.

SquashSuper8 tournament and qualifications

Only the first 16 events (17 events for Women) counts for the SquashSuper8 rankings which constitutes the qualifications.  

 

The 12 players (6 for Women) who accumulates the most SquashSuper8 points at the end of the first 16 events of the season will be eligible to be part of the SquashSuper8 tournament that will determine the winner.

SquashSuper8 Tournament 

The 12 players (6 for Women) finishing at the top of the SquashSuper8 rankings are reclassified in order according to their Squash Quebec ranking. Therefore, the top 4 seeds (2 for Women) are given a pass to access the main draw (see below) and the next 8 players (4 for Women) must play a playoff round to access the main draw.

The tournament is played on the last 3 weeks (last 2 for Women), and 4 weeks (3 for Women) for some who needs to play in the playoff round, so it's 1 match per event. If you're loosing one of the matches, if not over, you're playing your position (1 to 8) and (1 to 4 for Women). 

NB: For the playoff round and the tournament, seeds will be determined on the Tuesday prior to the event.

Here is respectively the Men's and Women's draw:

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