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Hyder Trophy Tournament - 2013-May-03

Friday, May 3, 2013 - 5:30pm - Sunday, May 5, 2013 - 6:00pm

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The Hyder Trophy is the longest continually running softball squash tournament in North America. Founded in 1969 by Dr. Quentin Hyder, this year will be its 46th year.

The Hyder Trophy weekend is full of activities, including amateur singles and doubles divisions, pro draws (often featuring top-20 world-ranked players) and a Saturday night party.


Event Details

Event Price$150.00
US Squash Discount-$20.00
Early Registration Discount (on/by 4/6/13)-$20.00
Registration for this event closes on Apr 25, 2013.

Event Venue(s)

330 East 61st Street
New York, NY 10065
Phone: +1 212-355-5100
27 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036-6645
Phone: (212) 827-1200
43-34 32nd Place Penthouse
Queens, NY 11101
Phone: +1 718-389-6252
15 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036
Phone: +1 (212) 596-1230
50 Vanderbilt Avenue
New York, NY 10017
Phone: (212) 716-2100



Very professionally run. The other sport leagues in the city could learn something from Corey!

I'm sure it was extremely difficult coordinating so many matches at different venues, full marks to all of you for that, especially the many volunteers. Did want to suggest tweaking the refereeing system - a lot of us at the lower levels don't have a good sense of what calls to make, or just simply haven't reffed in years. In those cases of conflict on the court the inexperienced ref is not equipped to handle. Perhaps having a dedicated volunteer ref for each match isn't realistic, but it would be ideal. Otherwise perhaps a web page with examples/instruction on how to mark scores on the score sheet, and some video example of some obvious Lets vs Strokes calls would be very helpful. And maybe even have both players from the previous match ref together also. Thanks again for a great tournament!

Every year Corey and crew improve on NYSquash tournaments, making them a pleasure to play in. To wit: a much-improved website showing entrants, draws, start times and final results including consolation rounds; videos of final round matches that are linked to member profiles; free sports drinks and upgraded tournament t-shirts at every venue; daily email updates to help everyone stay informed. What will they think of next ... a 4-color printed tournament brochure? YIKES!

With a very entertaining pro draw, and a great amount of matches, the Hyder was a great tournament. There is no question that I am signing up for next year.

Great tourney; too many juniors, however.