Lakeesha Rarere and Sam Ejtemai landed their third Australian Junior Championship titles in Perth, while a famous Australian squash name is once again on a championship trophy.
Most of the top seeds have made it safely through to Tuesday's final of the Australian Junior Squash Championships in Perth. But there's been a few surprises, too..
The Australian Junior Squash Championships begin this weekend in Perth, and Under 19 top seeds Sam Ejtemai and Lakeesha Rarere will both be gunning for a third Championship title.
Some of squash's hardest working folk were recognised at a gala dinner in South Australia on the weekend, with awards for Coach and Referee of the Year and Distinguished Service Award to a former two-time Australian champion.
Englishman Adam Auckland and his French girlfriend Coline Aumard finished the North Coast Open in style on the weekend, both winning their respective finals to claim their first 2014 Australian titles.
Australians Lisa Camilleri (left), Christine Nunn, Rhys Dowling and Josh Larkin are all just one win away from a finals appearance at the North Coast Open. But to get there, each has to first beat strong International opponents.
The squash world is as it should be after the opening day of the main draw at the North Coast Open in Coff's Harbour. Only four games were played in the women's draw, and two seeds are out.
Some timely advice from coach Sarah Fitz-Gerald has been just one of many contributing factors behind Christine Nunn's good form this year.
Squash clubs all over the world will be celebrating World Squash Day on Saturday October 18th with a stimulating and varied programme of events.
One week after Matthew Hopkin celebrated his breakthrough win, Christine Nunn is also celebrating her maiden tour victory. Hopkin, though, had to settle for the runners-up title at the NSW Open.