Richmond City League

The Richmond City Squash League is the sixth largest adult squash league in the United States.   The 2022/2023 league will run from to the beginning of October through the end of February.   See below for frequently asked questions.

League Schedule

Round
Dates
Rounds 1 & 2
10/1 - 10/24
Round 3
10/25 - 11/7
Round 4
11/8 - 11/21
Round 5
11/22 - 12/12
Round 6
12/13 - 1/2
Round 7
1/3 - 1/16
Round 8
1/17 - 1/30
Round 9
1/31 - 2/13
Quarterfinals
2/14 - 2/19
Semifinals
2/20 – 2/26
Finals
tbd

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I join a team?

Any current member of US Squash who has access to a squash court can join a team.  Currently, five clubs sponsor teams: The Country Club of Virginia, The Westwood Club, The Commonwealth Club, The James Center YMCA and ACAC Short Pump.

What do I need to do in order to participate?

Everyone who plays in the Richmond Squash League needs to create a free account with US Squash.  The process takes about 2 minutes and requires an email and a date of birth.  In addition, prospective participants should contact the league coordinator at each club to get on a team.  The coordinators for each club are:

  • Patrick Chifunda - Country Club of Virginia

  • Matt Wishnoff - Downtown YMCA

  • Greg Vining - Westwood Club

  • Andrew Stiles - ACAC Short Pump

  • George Stephenson - Commonwealth Club

 

What equipment is needed to play in the Richmond Squash League?

Proper protective eye wear is required in every League match.  In addition, non-marking shoes are required on every court in town.  Certain clubs have other attire restrictions that should also be observed.  For example, CCV requires all white clothing for men to play squash.

Is there an age requirement for the Richmond Squash League?

No, anyone can participate.  However, when younger children who do not drive themselves participate, the parents need to be aware that they will be responsible for getting the participant to matches on time.  All participants are required to be capable of scheduling matches with opponents.  While a fourteen-year-old may be capable of playing squash at a high level, the player needs to be capable of coordinating matches responsibly.

How much does the squash league cost?

Participants who sign up to be on a team for the 2021/2022 season will be charged $125.  This will include a 1-year membership in US Squash (normally $149 online).  In addition, guest fees at all participating clubs will be waived for league matches.

How are the league fees paid?

Virginia Squash, the volunteer-run organization that sponsors the Richmond Squash League, will send a bill to each player with the amount they owe. Note that players that have already paid $149 for a US Squash membership that will expire after the league end date of March 2, 2023 will not be charged to play in this year's league. Those with a membership that expires between the start and end of the league will be charged a pro-rata amount using the $125 fee for a new membership that will expire September 30, 2023.

How many matches do participants get?

Depending on how many teams there are in the league, participants should get 8 or 9 regular season matches (9 in 2022/2023) and may get more matches if their teams make the playoffs.

How does the league work?

Players are responsible for organizing a match with their opponents based on the schedule and most recent master contact list.  Following the match, players should let their captains know the scores and should also enter the score on clublocker.com.  Points are awarded to each team.  All scores need to be posted by the end of the round in order for the scores to count.

 

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