Australia’s Lakeesha Rarere remains on track for a fifth Australian junior title and Ethan Eyles for his fourth after the second day of the Australian Junior Championships in Devonport.
Squash Australia has unveiled a new look as it sets a course to once again establish Australia as a world powerhouse in the sport.
Teenager Lakeesha Rarere will look to win an incredible fifth title and a third consecutive U19 crown when the Australian Junior Squash Open begins in Devonport, Tasmania, on Good Friday.
Egyptian maverick Ramy Ashour came back from the brink of elimination in round two of the 2016 Allam British Open, PSA World Series tournament after saving a match ball against Australia’s Ryan Cuskelly in Hull.
Australian World No.15 Ryan Cuskelly defeated New Zealand’s Paul Coll in a highly entertaining encounter in the 2016 Allam British Open.
Australian No.2 Donna Urquhart came up with a fine performance to defeat Indian No.1 Joshna Chinappa 3-1 in the first round of the 2016 Allam British Open to reach round two of the prestigious PSA World Series tournament.
Some of Australia’s most talented young players will get the chance to learn from the best when they head to the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra for a talent camp next month.
The next generation of Australia’s top squash players has received a major boost with the announcement of a new round of funding under the NextGEN AUSComGames Squad program.
Squash Australia has recently launched new high performance standards across all areas for the new high performance programmes.
Squash Australia is excited to announce the appointment of former World top five player and Commonwealth Games bronze medallist, Dan Jenson, to the role of National High Performance Coach.