Less than a week since winning the biggest title of his career to date, Australian Ryan Cuskelly continued his purple patch as he downed World No.9 Mathieu Castagnet in the first round of the 2015 Qatar Classic.
The top four seeds all safely progressed to the quarter-finals of the Mackay Open, PSA M5 event after seeing off their lower-ranked opponents in style.
Number one seed Sarah Cardwell romped to victory against qualifier Janelle Scobie in straight games to kickstart her bid to win the Mackay Open, PSA W5 title.
Ryan Cuskelly has been changing his goals a lot recently. And after winning the $35,000 Bluenose Classic in Canada last weekend, the biggest win of his career, he’s shifting the goalposts again.
Australian squash player Ryan Cuskelly has continued his love affair with North America, winning the $35,000 Bluenose Classic in Canada overnight.
Squash Australia has announced an 18-strong squad to contest the Trans-Tasman series against New Zealand on the Gold Coast in January.
How do you stop a team that has dominated a contest for more than a decade? Sometimes you can’t. Especially when that team is Queensland, and they are chasing their 12th consecutive Australian Junior Teams squash title.
Australia will have four players in the main draw of the prestigious US Open squash tournament in Philadelphia, after Ryan Cuskelly and Donna Urquhart both won their way through qualifying.
Over the years San Francisco has gained a reputation as a mecca for pilgrims looking to discover themselves or recharge their lives, and to that long list you can now add the name of Australian squash player, Cameron Pilley.
It’s going to be an exciting month for Australia’s top Masters players, with the bi-annual Trans Tasman test series to be contested in Napier, New Zealand.