The pinnacle of Bay of Plenty squash will play out at Devoy Squash and Fitness Centre this weekend.

The Pak'nSave Bay of Plenty Open squash tournament begins on Friday night and will include 160 players contesting titles from J to A grade. More than 80 come from the Western Bay of Plenty and six from Rotorua's Geyser City Squash Club, including third seed Camden Te Kani-McQueen competing in the open women's division.

On top of the local talent, the tournament has attracted top players from around the country.

Squash Bay of Plenty regional manager Marcus Niles said it is one