Learn, Train, Play, Socialize
Learn, Train, Play, Socialize
Squash Your Reservations
Squash at ORC is for everybody. We offer beginner, intermediate and advanced programming for all age groups.
Play Squash at ORC
Our club is known for its top-tier instruction, our fantastic facilities, our friendly players and incredible staff.
No area better represents these tennants than ORC Squash. Our players are some of the happiest in the GTA, with our doubles court, 6 singles courts, our junior lessons, our internal house leagues and external district leagues.
Moreover, we commonly host exciting exhitibion matches, weekly drop-ins, fun and acessible tournaments - just to name a few. Why not join us on the courts today?
With Viewing Area
Doubles Court - The
Only One Between
Toronto & Burlington
Of Drop-Ins, Leagues,
Ladders and Other
Ways to Get Playing
Contact Squash Director Al Cook to find out more information on our Junior Programs.
Drop-Ins, Ladders & Leagues
ORC Squash offers a ton of ways to be an active player regardless of your level. Begginner drop-ins are offered every week, as is house league play. We're of course also very active in local leagues.
Tournaments, Exhibitions & Events
There's almost always something going on in the squash courts! ORC's Squash Calcutta is tremendously popular, as are our Club Champs or One-Point Tournaments. Enjoy spectating? We've hosted several nail-biting matches between world-ranked players.
Canada's Finest Teaching Staff
Our pros are continually upgrading their certification levels by participating in a wide range of club, provincial, and national courses, as well as pursuing professional development opportunities.
Al Cook is a NCCP Level III Certified Coach and has been playing squash for over 25 years and coaching for over 15 years. Most recently, Al has been selected to coach the 2015 Canada Winter Games team.
As a junior, Al was ranked #1 in British Columbia and in the top ten nationally. Allan brings a strong coaching background to the ORC. He was named Northwest Territories (NWT) coach of the year in 2010. Over the years, Al fostered and developed a very successful junior squash and high performance program in Yellowknife, with over 65 juniors playing. Promoting the Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) Program, he instituted an elementary school squash program targeting grade 4 & 5 students to increase exposure to the sport.
Highlights of Al’s NWT coaching efforts include: Canada Winter Games coach for Team Ontario at the 2015 Canada Winter Games. A bronze in the U15 boys event at the 2009 junior nationals in Calgary; and coaching several boys and girls to achieve divisional wins at Jestors Junior Championships in both BC and Alberta. Al has coached juniors at the Canadian Junior Open, the US Junior Open, and recently at the Dutch and German Junior Opens. He served as the 2006 Tournament Chair for the Canadian Men’s Team Championships in Yellowknife. He is the former President of NWT Squash, and is currently serving on the National Junior Squash Advisory Committee.
2017 Club Championships
2018 Club Championships
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