Campbell Grayson and Greg Lobban will do battle tomorrow in the 2017 Squash XL PSA final on the all glass court in Auckland after taking strong wins in 3 against their opponents Rex Hedrick and Daniel Mekbib.
The qualifier Daniel Mekbib of the Czech Republic has taken another win from a seeded player in the quarter finals of the Squash XL PSA defeating Mahesh Mangaonkar of India in 5 to join the other seeded players.
Daniel Mekbib the qualifier from the Czech Republic has upset second seed Ivan Yuen of Malaysia in the first round of the Squash XL PSA and he will now join all other seeds in the quarter finals.
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Amanda Landers-Murphy of New Zealand has claimed the Matamata Open title whilst Greg Lobban of Scotland has taken the ILT Community Trust NZ Southern Open PSA title.
Egyptians are seeded to win both individual titles in the WSF World Junior Squash Championships next month in New Zealand - claiming a seventh successive women's title and reclaiming the men's trophy after three years in Peruvian or Malaysian hands.
Manu Yam has been appointed as the 2017 New Zealand World Junior Men’s Team Coach.
Why attending a coach development module will enhance your club’s membership experience.
The World Squash Federation has published a new history of its sport.
Squash Waikato’s Glenda Knox has been helping clubs and schools with Kiwi Squash programmes for the past few years and is experiencing some wonderful results. We caught up with Glenda to get her insights into getting Kiwi Squash off the ground.