Overseas tours have so far been made by a men's team to Australia in 1953, by a women's team to Australia in 1954, and by a men's team to Australia in 1959. Overseas players and teams paid visits in 1952 (Hashim Khan, of Pakistan), 1953 (an Australian women's team), 1954 (Janet Morgan and Sheila Speight, of Great Britain), 1957 (Hashim and Rosan Khan), 1958 (an Australian men's team), 1959 (a U.K. men's team), and 1965 (a U.K. women's team).
Since 1960 the following tours have taken place: Australian Women's Team toured New Zealand (1960); the Australian “Walleroos” toured New Zealand (1961); New Zealand Women's Team visited the Australian inter-State series and National Championships at Perth (1962); and, in 1963, an Australian Junior Women's Team toured New Zealand. In the same year New Zealand Men's and Women's Teams visited Melbourne for the Australian inter-State series and Australian Championships.
|Test Matches (Since 1960)|
|Year||Against||Held in||New Zealand|
|1960||Australian Women||New Zealand||Lost|
|1961||Australian “Walleroos”||New Zealand||Won|
|1963||Australian Junior Women||New Zealand||Lost|
|1964||Australian Men||New Zealand||Lost|
|1965||British Women||New Zealand||Lost|
by Roy Owen Haddon, Hon. Secretary, New Zealand Squash Rackets Association, Palmerston North.