Squash's stars of the past, the present, and the future were all recognised at the Squash Australia Annual Awards dinner in Melbourne.
Squash Australia is looking for a new Performance Manager who can help guide the future of the sport.
New Zealand's Joelle King and Paul Coll stole the show on finals day at the Australian Open, winning the women's and men's titles.
Australia's Cameron Pilley is into the final of the Australian Open, where he'll play his training partner, New Zealand's Paul Coll. In the women's another New Zealander, Joelle King, will take on Hong Kong's Annie Au.
The finals race for the Australian Open is heating up, with Australia, New Zealand, a Malaysia, Pakistan and Hong Kong all represented in the semi-finals.
Australian top seed Rachael Grinham took five games to get past South Africa's Siyoli Waters in the second round of the Australian Open
Welcome back, Australian Open! Day one of the main draw was full of fantastic squash, with the promise of more to come.
Squash Australia and Sporting Schools this week launched an exciting new programme aimed at introducing thousands of kids to squash and, hopefully, building a lifelong relationship with the sport.
Ryan Cuskelly admitted to feeling a little flat this week, but it wasn't reflected in his results during the Victorian Open, culminating in his first title on Australian soil since 2007.
You have to go all the way back to 2007 to find the last time Ryan Cuskelly won a title on Australian soil. Now he gets the chance to add a title in 2015.