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Strong
Philadelphia Squash Program
Seeks Assistant Squash Pro

Job Posted February
27, 2008 by Doug Whittaker, Head Pro

 

The Germantown Cricket Club is located in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, in the Northwest section of the city.  Incorporated in 1854, it
has a beautiful, historically certified clubhouse designed by architects
McKim, Mead & White.  It is a full service club with 825 families
and includes squash, fitness, tennis, swimming, cricket, bowling, with
restaurant and dining facilities.

The club’s squash program dates back to 1900 and has a strong
reputation for high quality coaching and junior development.   Over
the past 10 years, the club has produced over 30 national champions
and national team members (both adults and juniors), and continues to
grow.  The recently renovated Squash facilities include 5 international
singles and 2 North American doubles courts.  

The Club is currently seeking an assistant squash
professional for the upcoming season, starting September, 2008.  The successful candidate
must demonstrate superior playing and coaching ability and be able to
train a broad range of players, from elite juniors to beginners.  The
position requires participation in all aspects of the squash program,
including teaching private lessons and clinics, administration of in-house
leagues, running tournaments, and all other traditional activities of
a private club squash program.  Other aspects of the position include:
Assisting in running a comprehensive summer camp program and coaching
a local school team that utilizes Germantown’s courts.

The assistant pro will join a staff of two other
professionals for a 12-month position. 

Compensation includes competitive salary, lesson
and clinic fees, camp remuneration, school coaching fee, and complete
health and pension benefit package. 

Please contact Doug Whittaker, Head Squash Professional at: dwhittaker@germantowncricket.org

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Historical information PSA Men's Pro Event:

Year Winner Runnerup Scores
1996 Jansher Khan Ahmed Barada  
1997 Peter Nicol Jansher Khan  
1998 Ahmed Barada Martin Heath 15/5,15/17,15/13,13/15,15/13
1999 Peter Nicol Ahmed Barada 15-9, 15-13, 15-11
2000 Peter Nicol Ahmed Barada 15/14, 9/15, 15/3, 15/12
2001      
       
       

 

Historical information PSA Women's Pro Event:

Year Winner Runnerup Scores
1997 Sarah Fitz-Gerald Michelle Martin  
1998 Michelle Martin Cassie Jackman  
1999 Michelle Martin Carol Owens 9-6, 9-0, 10-9
2000 Leilani Joyce Carol Owens 8/10, 9/7, 9/5, 3/9, 9/5

 







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