Squash Pros

Head Squash Pro

Geoff Mitchell

Geoff’s 20-plus years teaching and playing experience has taken him from his native Canada to Jamaica, England and on to the USA. He played on Canada’s CPSA circuit before coming to the U.S. and holds many prominent rankings and titles including:


  • 2010, 2011 1st, Over 45′s in U.S.
  • 1998 1st, Over 30′s in the U.S.
  • 1998 Silver Medalist World Over 30 Games
  • 1997 3rd U.S. Open 30′s
  • 1997 5th Canadian Open 30′s
  • Qualified National Level Rater
  • Finalist, 1992 North American Open Teaching Pro Championships
  • Level One CSRA Certified

Assistant Pro

Sunny Seth


Sunny Seth is a Guyanese squash professional, currently ranked 133 in the world. He was based in Perth, Australia, before moving to the U.S.

Sunny joined our teaching staff on January 5th while continuing to compete on the PSA squash tour. He represented Guyana in the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games and recently led the Guyanese men’s team to qualify for the 2015 Pan American Games.

Sunny hopes to share his experience as a world-class athlete with our Chatham Club squash players.

Assistant Pro

Aqib Hanif


Originally from Pakistan, Aqib was a quarter-finalist in the 2004 British Open, BU17. He won the Asian Junior Squash Championships in 2005. Aqib is a five-time winner of Pakistan’s National Collegiate Championships. He went on to compete on the PSA pro tour for three years, achieving a world ranking of 108. Aqib has been coaching squash in the United States since 2013.

Assistant Pro

Colin White


Colin is a native of Belfast, Northern Ireland. He began playing squash at the age of nine. Colin left Ireland nearly 25 years ago to further his coaching career as the National Coach in Hungary. He has since worked and lived in Bermuda and Austria. In Vienna he was the Austrian National Coach.

For the past 10 years, Colin has worked as a Tutor for the European Squash Federation’s Coaching Committee, which led him to fulfilling that role for the World Squash Federation. He was a presenter at the 2016 WSF Coaching Conference in Malaysia.

Colin has worked with National Teams and with professional players, including Mark Krajcsek, PSA No.37 and 4th in the European 2010 Championships. He most enjoys the day-to-day coaching in the Club, meeting and working with others who share his passion for the sport of squash. Colin is a welcome addition to our squash family.