Raffles Institution


    Squash was invented at Harrow school in England around 1830, when pupils discovered that a punctured Rackets ball, when 'squashed' on impact with a wall, produced a game with a greater variety of shots. Racket players, who, at the time, simply could not wait for the ball to bounce back to them, found that this variant of the game required much more effort. The game proved to be a smash hit and in 1864, the first four Squash courts were constructed at the school and Squash was officially founded as a sport in its own right.

    Achievements and Highlights

    2017 National Inter-School B Division Squash Championships

    Runners up


    2017 National Inter-School C Division Squash Championships

    2nd Runners up


    Serangoon Gardens Country Club – Prince Singapore National Junior Squash Championships (15 to 20 June 2017)

    The RI Squash members were on the ground that day, running and managing this event. Through this experience, they learnt the importance of building and enhancing their relationships with parents and other players.

    Teachers in Charge

    Mr Eugene Francesco Lee

    Ms Celeste Wang

    Ms Lim Soo Leng