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National Capital Squash 2012 Fisher Cup Championships

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National Capital Squash 2012 Fisher Cup Championships

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Premier Divsion Free  
Division 2 Free  
Division 3 Free  
Division 4 Free  
Division 5 Free  

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At the conclusion of the Winter NCS League season, the Fisher Cup Championship determines the top individual players among NCS members who have participated in each division (Premier and Divs. 2, 3, 4 and 5).  There will also be at least two women's divisions, and that will have its own sign up page.  This tournament is FREE!


The tournament will be sanctioned by US SQUASH and managed at the website  Draws will correspond as closely as possible to the limits of each NCS Division.

US SQUASH Event listing and (NCS Divisions):

Premier Division (listed as 5.5 but there is no skill limit)

Division 2 (listed as 4.5, but any Division 2 player is eligible)

Division 3 (listed as 4.0, but any Division 3 player is eligible)

Division 4 (listed as 3.5, but any Division 4 player is eligible)

Division 5 (listed as 3.0, but any Division 5 player is eligible)


Eligibility for play in the Fisher Cup will be limited to 16 players per division.  These players must have played in three or more matches in a division during the season to be eligible for that division’s draw.  If more than 16 players wish to play, the 16 players with the highest ratings will be selected, with one exception.  If no players on a team were to otherwise qualify, then a spot in the draw may be open to a player from that team.  That spot would be open to one of the team’s top two rated playoff eligible players. 


The round of 16 will be played the week of May 21 on the regular league night for each division.  Winners will proceed to the quarterfinals.  The losers will enter the consolation round and play for 9th place.

The Quarterfinals and Consolation Quarterfinals will be played the week of May 28 on the regular league night for each division, except that division 5 will play Tuesday night. Consolation Quarterfinalists who lose will be out of the tournament.  Quarterfinalists will play Saturday and Sunday for 1st to 8th place.

The Consolation Semifinals, Semifinals and 5th place semifinals wil be played Saturday, June 2.  Each player will play one match and be expected to referee or mark the next match.  Play is expected between 11 AM and 6 PM.  All players will also play Sunday, except those who lose the consolation semifinals.

The finals, and matches for 3rd, 5th, 7th and 9th places will be played Sunday, June 3.  Match start times are expected to be between 12 Noon and 6 PM.


All players must be current NCS members through June 3, 2012.  For the Open Division draws, a player must have competed in at least three matches in his or her division's regular winter 2011-2012 team league season matches.  All players must be available to play all of their matches through the finals. If you can't play in all the matches then you shouldn't apply to play.


Various NCS clubs will host the first round and quarter-final matches. Venues for the June 2 and 3 matches to be determined.


The Fisher Cup was established in memory of Geff Fisher, a squash entrepreneur and visionary who died suddenly and tragically in the early 1990s.  In the mid-1970s he created the first squash junior development programs in Washington, DC.  Geff was a key developer of commercial squash in the area.  He and his wife Lonnie managed the Courts Royal Club in Merrifield, VA, a popular venue for league players.  He served on the board of NCS for many years (including a term as President) and he was instrumental in creating the League we have enjoyed since the mid-1970s.  Geff was a Squash Teaching Professional first at Merrifield, then later at the Regency Sport and Health Club in Mclean where he started the Madeira School squash program.  Geff is survived by his wife Lonnie, his business partner.  Squash in the nation's capital would not be where it is today without Geff's vision, dedication, leadership and determination.  Geff embodied the NCS principles of "Spirit, Service and Sacrifice".  In 1992, NCS renamed its annual Squash Championships the "Fisher Cup" in honor of Geff and Lonnie and the important contributions they made to squash in the region.

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