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New Season Begins 2018

I would like to Welcome everyone to the 2018 sesason. There is lots going on:


This season you will notice some changes in that Derek (sadly) is not available to coach. In the interim lester Jinks and BJ MacLean will step in and help. In Late February, john will be back to take over. In order to be enrolled in the program you must a member of SquashPEI. Log into sporty HQ to do this. One you are logged in go to squashpei page and you'll see the junior squash programs. 

Emma Jinks is at the BJO. Her performance so far is fantastic. The British Junior Open attracts the best of the best squash juniors from around the world. 40 countries competing and its tough tough all the way.

Emma won her first round, lost to Enlands #3, but has since won all 3 matches to be playing for the 17-18 spot in the world (effectively)! She plays on 7th (sunday) at 740 am (atlantic time). The match will be live streamed. is the feed. Good luck Emma!

Masters squash:

The Masters (over 40) teams event will take place on the 12 to 14 th Jan in Moncton. While you were sleeping and exchanging santa gifts, the team was hard at work training to be the best they can be! Sound good? We wish the PEI team the best. The team includes: Mary Andrews, Seanna Evans Renault, Robin Boutilier are our ladies members. Lester Jinks (captain), BJ Maclean, Rob Morrison, Christopher Mills make up the men's side.

The New Brunswick Open is an excellent tournament in moncton. Lots of PEI players going. Join in the fun. Takes place on the 19 to 21 Jan and to register click here.

The next event is PEI Open. Always a great event. Takes place 9 to 11 Feb. Should be an excellent event. you know what they say: Register early and register often!!!

Next is Mill River 2-4th March in the newly renovated Mill River. Will be fatastic. The guys from the west know how to put on a great show!!

In december 2017 Emma won her The U19 division of the Canadian Junior open. a significant achievement in an International field.



Had a Great tournament at UPEI. Most of the proceeds went to the food bank. The Famous CeeJay see photo: had his own turkey drive fundraiser and together we donated $840 dollars to the food bank. Thanks for the great idea and you are an amazing competitor.

We are sending our PEI Teams (mens and Womens) to the National Team event in Windsor Ontario. 

Mike Buchannan, Connor Jinks and Liam Jinks have made the Mens side. Our Nate the Great was injured and is still recovering. The womens team is Emma Jinks, Tara  and TBD. Its a great honour to make this side. They will be competing with the best players in Canada on the 16 to 18th Feb. Good luck to all. 

Please see our Facebook page for our Spa Charlottetown program

Please ensure you are a member with Squash PEI by logging into Sporty HQ 


We hope to update this site as we go.

Happy Squashing

Lester Jinks 


League #2 Playoffs


Playoff between the 2 top teams will start at 6.  The courts are available for fun matches before and after the finals.  We will have some pizza around 7.  Hope to see everyone out.


Aspin Cup -WOW

The Amazing Aspin Cup took place this weekend. What an incredible event. 

Here's the deets: 79 players 8 divisions, 16 in Mens A and B. Mike Buchanan defeated Graham Kerford in a thrilling 3-2 Men's A final! Emma Jinks winning the top female division. Lots of juniors, lots of fun. Aspin Kemp and Associates were the generous sponsors making this the biggest money squash event in Atlantic Canada.

Want to know how much fun it was?....just see for yourself:






The second pre-Christmas league got underway last evening with a total of 60 participants of all levels of ability. Immediately the newcomers made quite an impact on the weekly excitment.

Five of our newcomers where involved in action in the first match, the battle between the Black Hawks and Rangers. Delores Crane who had moved up a level from the first session welcomed Nigel with a very tough 3-2 match, at position #5. Two other players competing for the first time this year also went the distance with David Gautier coming back from 2-0 down to nip Jordan Chandler. Young Michael Cheeseman, one of three sibings to join the league and playing for the Rangers couldn't quite match the experience and ball control of Robert Sharkie. Michael's older brother Thomas playing #4 for the opposition fared a little better, scoring a very hard fought 3-2 victory over Shawn Hughes. In the second match-up of the evening between the Leafs and Wings, Maria, the third sibling and playing at postion#9 for the Red Wings couldn't contain Dylan Power who was prepared to give Maria a suitable welcome to the league. It is great to have another full family involvement. The Cheeseman's will have to work hard to duplicate the efforts of the Jinks and Phillip's clans. But for the first week they have certainly scored more points for their teams. A total of 5 and only Stephen Phillips garnering points for the Wings in his 3-1 loss to Dan Lazarotos. Everyone else had to reschedule, with Emma Jinks having the best excuse - she was playing a first round match of a women's professional tournament in Sarnia, Ontario.

Remember those that missed last night, get those matches played and make every effort to be there with the gang on Wednesdays.


Fall HL (1) Concludes

The first five weeks are history and with the exception of a few make up matches, next Wednesday's finals and awards party will immediately bring us to our second session November 15. All returning players and incoming players are asked to sign-up on line with Sportyhq. If you are having any difficulties please don't hesitate to contact Ken  Sampson.

There were 18 matches played last evening, but no team was able to score enough points to make any effect on the current standings. Therefore, next week remains set, the high flying Canadiens ((undefeated in 7 matches last night will have to defend their position against the Bruins. There should be some great battles starting at 6pm, highighted by Matt Twitty going against the undefeated Nathan Phillips. Immediately following, former league player and Spa owner Colin Younger will be serving up some of his special (newly acquired Little Ceasars) pizza for all.  In conjunction with our little social affair Ken and John will preside over a short awards program. All activity in Hils will begin immediately following the last match at approximately 7:30.