We are a club open to everyone, providing both competitive and casual squash with brilliant socials.  We have paired up with Aberdeen Uni squash which provides us with more people to train with, access to teams in the local Grampian squash leagues and a more social events.  On top of this we currently have one team in BUCS mens scottish Div 1.

President: Owen Hunter
Vice-President: Kyle Reid
Social Secretary: Logan Scott 
Social Media Officer: Gabriela Proszowska
Health and Wellbeing Officer: Aiden Rooney

Regular events include:
Training:  Wednesday: 14:30 - 16:30  Saturday: 17:30 - 19:30  Sunday: 18:30 - 20:30   
Our annual events are: 
Halloween club tournament 
Christmas Doubles tournament   
Follow our social media for updates on other regular events throughout the year.

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