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Squash Federation of Africa

Squash Federation of Africa
Abbreviation SFA
Formation 1992
Type Sports organization
Headquarters Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Region served Africa
Membership 19 member associations
President Hany Hamouda
Vice-president Olufemi Ajagbe
Adrian Wehrli
General Secretary Liz Addison
Parent organization World Squash Federation
Website www.squashafrica.org

The Squash Federation of Africa (SFA) was set up in 1992 regulates squash throughout Africa and the Indian Ocean islands.

It is based in Johannesburg, Gauteng in South Africa. As of 2012 it has 19 member federations.[1]

List of members

Nation Federation President
Algeria Algerian Tennis Federation Mohamed Bouabdallah
Botswana Botswana Squash Rackets Association Chris Hughes
Democratic Republic of Congo FECODESQ Simon Yoka
Egypt Egyptian Squash Association Assem Khalifa
Ghana Ghana Squash Association Steve Akuffo
Kenya Kenya Squash Rackets Association David Ngunjiri
Lesotho Lesotho National Squash Association Boniface Kholoang Mokalanyane
Malawi Squash Malawi Chikumbutso Mkutumula
Mauritius Mauritius Squash Rackets Association Adrien Wehrli
Marocco Moroccan Squash Association Berryane M. El-Ouazzani
Namibia Namibian Squash Association Adri Lambert
Nigeria Nigeria Squash Rackets Federation Esther Oluwatoyin Aluko
Somalia Somali Squash Federation Hussein Ali Nor
South Africa Squash South Africa Liz Addison
Sudan Sudan Squash Federation Mohammed Mergni Hassn Mohammed
Tanzania Tanzania Squash Rackets Association Ameen Kashmiri
Uganda Uganda Squash Rackets Association Martin Fowler
Zambia Zambia Squash Association Davis Chibuye
Zimbabwe Squash Association of Zimbabwe Paul Bowen

[2]

External links

  • Squash Federation of Africa Official Website

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.squashafrica.org/1952.html
  2. ^ http://www.squashafrica.org/3001.html


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