Memorial Squash Program Gives Kids a Chance to Play 

Rob LeNoury’s passing in April 2020 left a hole in the hearts of his family, friends and the squash community. But his passion for squash and youth development lives on through his legacy with The Roster Sports Club’s newest initiative – The Rob LeNoury Memorial Squash Program.

The program, offered through family-raised funds and a partnership with North Okanagan Youth & Family Services Society (NOYFSS) (where Rob worked for 14 years), introduces eight kids between the ages of eight and 14 to the game of squash – something Rob would be thrilled about. A gentle giant with a big smile, Rob was a regular at the club since moving to Vernon in 2003. A former competitive squash player, he was passionate about all sports — as a player, fan and father.

To date, funds for the memorial program have been provided by family, who hope to run the program annually. If anyone is interested in contributing to this program in Rob´s memory, they may do so by contacting Katrina LeNoury at 250.260.5946.

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Latest COVID-19 Update 

Yes, The Roster is open and committed to doing our best to keep our valued staff and patrons safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. We continue to review our COVID-19 safety plan regularly.

The province has announced provincial-wide regulations related to sports, which impacts the Rosters Sports Club as follows:
- Squash and racquetball for adults can continue with a focus on skill development and drills. Two players can play on a court providing they are able to maintain 3 m distancing. Based on these rules competitive play is not allowed, unless players are in same household.
- All competitive leagues for squash and racquetball will be suspended for the time being, including racquetball league, squash box league, and Monday night squash league.
- Table tennis can continue with two per court.
- These guidelines are not applicable to juniors or players under 22 years old. For players under 22 years, there have been no updated guidelines and we can continue to follow via sport phase 2 guidelines.
- As per previous communication: masks (covering nose and mouth) are mandatory at all times in the club unless physically exerting while exercising. Please refrain from gathering and keep social distance within the club (especially hallways/changerooms/etc.), wash/sanitize hands frequently, refrain from touching face, sanitize equipment and court doors, etc. after use.
Our pub and lounge remain open as per the previous guidelines.
We are all in this together; let’s continue to do our part to keep our community and province safe.