NJSA Tournaments


26 – 28 February 2021

Boys & Girls u11 – u19


Players may ONLY play in their 2021 Age Group

This is a qualifier for the NJSA IPTs 2021 

  • All COVID-19 Regulations have to be adhered to
  • Masks to warn at all times except if playing, marking or refereeing
  • All entrants must screen and sign the attendance register
  • All NJSA rules to be adhered to
  • Only entries via SPORTYHQ will be accepted.
  • If you DO NOT RECEIVE a confirmation e-mail, check your email spam; then check the SportyHQ website for your entry. If you cannot find your entry contact njsa@northerns.co.za
  • Family discount applies.
  • Playing venues: Various Clubs in Pretoria East
  • Playing times:
    • Friday 17:00 – 21:00 (Covid-19 dependent),
    • Saturday 08:00 – 19:00
    • Sunday 08:00 – 15:00
  • Players must be available for the duration of the tournament
  • Players must be ready to play 30 minutes before their scheduled time
  • Both players must MARK and REFEREEmatches (winner referees; loser marks) following their match or risk disqualification and/or disciplinary steps
  • No intimidation of players, markers or referee’s during and after play will be tolerated
  • Spectators, unfortunately, are not allowed 
  • Closing Date: 12:00, MONDAY 22 FEBRUARY 2021. No late entries accepted.
  • Squash SA Registration: Compulsory and up to date for u13 to u19 players
  • Format: Round Robin. Organiser has the right to mix age groups based on entries.
  • Age groups: u11 (2010 & later); u13 (2008 & 2009); u14 (2007); u16 (2005 & 2006); u19 (2002, 2004 & 2004)
  • Communication: eMail only: njsa@northerns.co.za..
  • Tournament Referee: Reinhardt Falk
  1. Entry fees:
  • R 300 per player – The full fee per player is payable on Sporty HQ
  • If more than 1 family member enters (living in same household) each player’s NJSA account will be credited as follows:
    • 2 players: R50 per player
    • 3 players: R65 per player
    • The credit can be used to offset other NJSA costs
  • Entry fees are non-refundable / includes the R15.00 SA Schools Squash levy
  • Arriving later than 10 minutes after the scheduled time will result in the player forfeiting the match
  • Players start immediately after the match prior to their scheduled match – SO BE WARMED UP
  • If a player forfeits a match, it will count as a result. They may be withdrawn from the tournament
  • A tournament is considered incomplete if withdrawal is not for a medical reason (accompanied by a medical certificate within 48 hours)
  • Incomplete tournaments will not count towards the qualification criteria.
  • Reschedules will not be allowed.
  1. DRAW:
  • First-round times will be posted on www.sportyhq.com and www.northerns.co.za by Thursday evening before Day 1
  • Continuously check the draw for venues and times at the tournament.
  • Players must be available to start matches from 17h00 on Friday.
  • There will be no prize giving, for safety purposes. Players can collect their prize after the section final. Only winning prize winner may collect their prize.
  • The 4-minute warm up and 90-second game break rule will be strictly monitored.
  • Players and spectators must adhere and abide to the SA Squash Rules and NJSA Code of Conduct.
  • Instances of misconduct and bad behaviour will be severely sanctioned by NJSA.
  • The decision of the tournament referee is final.
  • No shows, late withdrawals or not marking may result in the banning of players.
  • Use of WSF approved protective eyewear in every match is compulsory – including during warm up or social games. (No exceptions can be made).
  • The players, as indicated by SA Squash and WSF standards, must wear the correct clothing.
  • Photos taken by NJSA, SA Squash or their nominated official may be posted onto our social pages.
  • By entering this tournament, you consent to use of any photos of you and your family on the NJSA and affiliate websites and social pages.
  • Videoing of matches is only permissible on the consent of both players / parents

ENTRY FORM:  https://www.sportyhq.com/tournament/view/NJSA-Closed-Round-Robin-2021


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