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Junior Inter County Championships

The Junior Inter County Championships is the largest competition that we run with more than 1,000 players representing their counties in 10 different categories. This historic competition represents the pinnacle of county squash!

The competition is split up into two weekends; Stage one and Finals.

Latest News

Junior Inter County Championship Finals - Updated 13/12/2021

League Master

Junior ICC Finals - Updated 13/12/2021

Junior ICC Finals - Updated 13/12/2021

Finals Venues

  • Nottingham Squash Rackets Club
  • University of Nottingham
  • Loughborough University
  • Nottingham Trent University


Please take note of the Safeguarding and Welfare officers at this competition.

  • Nottingham Squash Rackets Club: Tim Vail (079 39 005 959)
  • University of Nottingham: Terry Dudley (078 73 868 915)
  • Loughborough University: Julie Chappell (077 29 470 382)
  • Nottingham Trent University: (TBC)

Event Dates

2021-22 Championships

Stage 1

Stage 1 for the Junior Inter Counties Championships has been confirmed for 13th-14th November 2021 which will be split into four regions, South-West, South-East, North, Midlands.


The Junior Inter Counties Championship Finals will be held in Nottingham on 15th-16th January 2022 and the confirmed venues are University Nottingham and Nottingham Rackets Club.


Please click the link for a full copy of the updated regulations for the 2021-22 season - Junior ICC 2021-22 Regulations.


The championships consist of two stages. Stage one splits counties into four different regions where they will play off to secure a position in either the championship finals or trophy finals.

Stage I:

  • The competition will be split North, South, Midlands and South West.
  • Each age category will be split into groups with between 3 and 5 counties in each group.
  • The winner of each group will go on to play in the finals, and the runner ups will go on to play in the trophy finals.
  • Stage I will be played as Best of 5 games if there are 3 or 4 teams in an age group and best of 3 if there are 5 teams in an age group.


  • Each final will be an 8 monrad draw which will be played out over the weekend.
  • Plate finals will be a 4 team round robin format which will be played out over the weekend.
  • Finals will be played as a best of 5 format.

Please Note

  • U13, U15, U17 Boys teams consist of 5 Players.
  • U11, U19 Boys teams consist of 3 Players.
  • U11, U13, U15, U17, U19 Girls teams consist of 3 Players.

Competition management

  • The Championships are managed by England Squash.
  • Counties are responsible for entering teams and for the selection of players for teams.
  • All players must be valid England Squash members in order to participate in the Championships.

For more information please contact the team -