The top seeds are really starting to show they mean business in Darwin, with some sensational squash being played in both the men's and women's divisions. And there's a real International flavour to the semi-finals. But who has the fitness and the nerve to go all the way?
The top seeds are all living up to their billing in the Northern Territory, setting up some mouth-watering action this weekend in Darwin.
Australia's outstanding WSF referee list has grown by one, with the announcement Canberra's Russell Weatherburn has been rightly recognised for his hard work and consistency.
Rachael Grinham showed flashes of her brilliant best to make the final of the Richmond Open in Virginia, in the US. Hopefully it's the start of a good run of results for the popular Australian.
The 2014 AJO title holders have been decided. There were very few upsets in the end, with matches going mostly to form. But all the top seeds put on an incredible show on the final day, to give everyone reason to be really excited about the future.
After three days of jousting it's time for the big guns to shine at Geelong. In every age category bar one the top two seeds will do battle for the Australian Junior Open title - well done handicappers! But did they get the top two seeds in the right order?
There are players in very, very good form at the Australian Junior Squash Open in Geelong. And they're in a hurry.
The form guide was largely respected on the opening day of the Australian Junior Squash Open in Geelong.
There'll be no rest for Australia's best junior squash players over Easter as they all head for Geelong in Victoria.
Lisa Camilleri was last month recognised by her peers as 'Comeback Player of 2013'. We thought we should revisit the story we wrote after she won the first of three titles in a row, the Queensland Open.