PSA Oceania Regional Representative Kashif Shuja recognised Mike Corren's service to Squash and PSA
Steve Finitsis has taken out the 'Be Personnel' Loch Ness Challenger, in Inverness Scotland defeating rising Indian star Mahesh Mangaonkar in four game final.
This time last year there were 135 children learning to play squash as part of the Active After-school Communities (AASC) program in NSW.
The Squash Australia Board has received a revamp with two new Directors ...
The Australian Commonwealth Games Team will adopt a modern, youthful and chic casual appearance.
The visit to Papua New Guinea by WSF Ambassadors Cameron Pilley and Low Wee Wern has boosted the Oceanian country's bid for squash success in both the 2014 Commonwealth Games
There was a distinct European flavour to the final day of the WA Squash Open, with the men's title going to the Czech Republic's Jan Koukal, and Milou Van Der Heijden winning the womens.
Mike Corren is looking to make it three tournaments in a row this weekend in Perth. But first he has to get past New Zealand's Paul Coll in the semis- the last man to beat him on Australian soil.
Australia's Mike Corren reportedly was feeling aches in every muscle in his body after last week's Top End Open victory. But it seems at the age of his 40 his body has learned to cope, judging by his performance in Alice Springs on the weekend. He and New Zealand's Megan Craig are this year's NT Open title holders.
Alice Springs has played host to squash players from almost every corner of the globe this week. On Sunday, Christine Nunn and Mike Corren will try to keep the NT Open titles in Australia. But they face quality opposition.