It was Australia Day, and finals of the Australia Day Classic - but it was a couple of New Zealanders who stole the show
It might be Australia Day, but Australians hard to find on final day of Ipswich Open
2014 got off to a cracking start in Ipswich, with few surprises on day one
It didn't all go to plan for some of the top seeds on the final day of the Oceania Junior Championships on the Gold Coast.
New Zealand and Australia each have titles in the bag at the Oceania Juniors on the Gold Coast - but who will win those titles remains a mystery.
Under 19 top seed Jessica Turnbull took an opportunity to check out the big prize at this week's Oceania Juniors. From tomorrow the path to glory gets tougher.
There were lots of outstanding matches but very few surprise results on the opening day of the Oceania Junior Squash Championships at Palm Beach in Queensland.
Hot off the back of an incredibly successful Trans Tasman event, the best junior squash players from Australia and New Zealand will be joined this weekend by players from PNG to contest the Oceania Junior Championships in QLD.
It was a fitting finale to two top-notch days of junior squash; a five-game thriller lasting an hour with the winner coming from two games down to secure a home-town victory.
Australia's best juniors will get an early chance in 2014 to make their mark when they take on New Zealand's best in the Trans Tasman test.