More Pics from the festivals

Kingswood, Queens and Selboune.

Ethan Richardson on the right wall.

Pretoria Boys High


2019 St. Andrews FNB Squash Festival

Grey High were privileged to participate in the 25th presentation of this event. Margo Morgan, the brainchild has done a wonderful job on behalf of her school as well as the squash community of South Africa.

Margo, we thank you for a wonderful weekend and congratulate you and your team.


Summer Squash Camp

Camp Dec 2018

Aimed at the top players in the U 13 age-group. A fun programme with mixture of drills, games and skills competitions with a Saturday breakfast at Old Grey. A great way to start the Christmas holiday! Kindly fill in this form below and press ‘submit’ and it will get to me, or contact me through details above.


E.P. Elite U 16 Squad

E.P. have high hopes of a good medal haul in this age-group and so the convenor, Shaun van Eyk has programmed a series of intense squad sessions. Thanks so much to Ross Pretorius for his excellent help.

U 16 Elite Group 102018U 16 Elite Group recap

Also thanks to Wendy Theron for her help by jumping in to record scores and generally assist even before we needed her to!

Grey Junior 2018 School Championships

Congratulations to Jean Upman and Jordan Strydom for making the final. Jean won the final 3/0. Great to see the future stars of Grey Squash in the making. Great work from coach Ross Pretorius in his work with developing the groups of initiates coming into our sport, your standards are going to translate into success, keep it up!IMG_0635

Top Schools 2018

This event hosted by Epworth in Maritzburg attracts the best in schools squash from each region of the country. This year the teams from defending champions Grey High, KES, Paarl Boys High and Selbourne all promised to shine and they did. KES and Selbourne faced off in the final and the boys in red triumphed to win the tournament for the first time. KES boasted clinical performances at 2 and 3 from Josh van der Wath and Muzi Buthelezi to set up wins in each round, making them the team to beat. Selbourne’s Tristan Worth was undefeated in the no. 1 spot to afford his school a final berth. Grey High made bronze, a creditable result in light of Murray Keeton’s injury, but KES proved to be the class of the field, worthy champions for 2018.