Please note: An introductory squash57 (racketball) programme is run for ladies only on most Friday mornings, This is open to both members and non-members, and caters for mixed abilities from complete beginners to anyone with previous racket game experience. The aim is to have a relaxed, fun and social experience while improving fitness and racket skills. For more information, please see the ladies page.
Paul Reilly ES Level 3
Paul started playing squash when he was 10 years old and has 25 years' coaching experience. He represented his county as a junior and obtained a South African junior ranking of 8. He captains and plays for Woking 1st team.
Paul enjoys helping players improve their game and works hard with them to find out what is going wrong, why it is going wrong and most importantly how to fix it.
Phillip Hall ES Level 2
Phillip has been playing squash for over 24 years and Racketball for 6 years. He has a passion for the game and enjoys coaching all standards in both Squash and Racketball to help others improve their game, fitness and enjoyment. Phillip coaches all ages and standards, both male and female..
“Squash & Racketball are great games, they can be played anywhere in the world at any age by anyone, it helps maintain a level of fitness, competitiveness and social enjoyment.”
Dominic Kuk ES Level 2
I've been playing squash since I was 11 and coaching for 4 years. I've represented Woking Juniors 1st team and currently playing for Woking 4th team. I coached for the Surrey Youth Games with medal success for a few years and am currently coaching the juniors. My other interests involve animals, video games and football! Go Chelsea!
“The reason I became a coach was to pass on my knowledge of the game to others and give players new and old an opportunity to experience an incredible sport whilst having fun just like me!”
Sukhy Bains ES Level 1
Sukhy is a personal development coach by profession and uses this background in mindset psychology together with her
27 years’ experience of playing squash at team and county level to be able to provide a solid squash coaching experience.
She is keen supporter of women/girls in sport and has created programmes to support more women to start playing and
to improve their game.
Sukhy has a friendly, informal yet professional attitude.