It was an interesting homecoming for Darwin-born Rhys Dowling at the NT Open on Friday. All up, the 20-year-old spent almost two hours on court during his two matches. Sadly for the local fans, Dowling's heroic efforts left him just short of a quarter final berth.
Zac Alexander will make a welcome return to Australia this weekend to play in the NT Open in Darwin. But he'll find no stroll in the park in the Top End, with a quality field assembled.
Australia has announced it’s team to compete in this year’s Women’s World Junior Team Championship in the Netherlands, headed by outstanding teenage prospect, Lakeesha Rarere.
World No.43 Ryan Cuskelly pulled off an unlikely victory to claim the 2015 Northern Ontario Open, beating a third consecutive higher ranked opponent to take him his second PSA World Tour title of 2015.
NZ continued it's strong recent showing over Aus, adding several OJC titles to the Trans Tasman junior trophy it won in wintry Invercargill. But Aus did come home with the two premiere U19's in Oceania!
Our juniors gave it their all on day two of the Trans Tasman clash with New Zealand, but once again the home team had all the answers.. A good lead-up though to this weekend's OJC
Australia struggles on the opening day of the Trans Tasman junior showdown in iceberg conditions at Invercargill, New Zealand.
Fresh from their outstanding performances at last weekend's AJO, 17 of our best juniors are heading to New Zealand this weekend to defend the Trans-Tasman Test Match and to contest the Oceania Juniors.
Sam Ejtemai overcame nerves, Lakeesha Rarere had a rare win over a long-time foe, and William Curtis overcame fatigue on the final day of the AJO in Sydney. And the Malaysians had a big impact.
In the lead-up to this weekend's Australian Junior Open we promised some top-class squash, and we're happy to confirm, the promise has been kept. And judging by the line-ups for Monday's finals, the bar is going to be lifted even higher.