Delia Arnold defeats Rachael Grinham to win her 'home' event, the Women's Penang Open in four games
Bondi Waverley Squash Club has signed up to become the second facility for the East Coast Squash Academy in Sydney, Australia. A complete schedule of coaching clinics, tournaments and activities will be led by a top 100 profession squash player who will become the resident squash pro.
Queensland will have home-town advantage when it attempts to win an incredible 12th Australian Junior champion State title next year, after Cairns in Far North Queensland was chosen to host the AJC 2015.
Four of Australia's most promising male players have been chosen to take on Malaysia in a test match in Victoria next month, the first of a series of events aimed at giving our transitioning juniors exposure to International competition.
Australian Cameron Pilley, the World No.20, powered his way past English World No.8 Peter Barker in a brutal 86-minute encounter to move into the third round of the 2014 Qatar PSA World Championship in Doha.
Australia will have four players in the Men's World Championships, after Rex Hedrick won through qualifying to join Cam Pilley, Ryan Cuskelly and Steve Finitsis in the main draw.
The return of the Australian Closed Championships has certainly struck a chord with the Australian players, with a top class field nominating for next month's event. How about the names Pilley and Grinham for starters?
Christine Nunn received the news on Friday she'd been called up to the Australian team for the World Teams Championships, and responded by last night wrapping up the Queensland Open title.
Whatever happens on Sunday, Australia is guaranteed a title holder at the Queensland Open. Defending champion Lisa Camilleri will take on Melbourne's Christine Nunn in the women's final.
A niggling injury forced Lisa Camilleri to withdraw from a tournament in Japan last weekend, but she showed no ill effects on Friday as she began her defence of her Queensland Open title.