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Top fields to descend on Perth this weekend for Squash Challenge
Australia’s Zac Alexander and Sarah Cardwell head into this weekend’s City of Perth Squash Challenge as the top seeds, and both having had very different experiences at their last outing.

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Heartbreak for Cuskelly at British Open
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.
Cuskelly into second round of British Open
Australian World No.15 Ryan Cuskelly defeated New Zealand’s Paul Coll in a highly entertaining encounter in the 2016 Allam British Open.
Urquhart in fighting first round win at 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.
Talented juniors heading to AIS talent camp
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.
Boost for junior squash from Commonwealth Games funding
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 launch High Performance standards
Squash Australia has recently launched new high performance standards across all areas for the new high performance programmes.
Squash Australia appoints new High Performance coach
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.
Pilley puts up brave fight at Canary Wharf
Mathieu Castagnet showed just why he’s considered one of the toughest fighters on the PSA World Tour and one of the most resilient players as he held off a huge challenge from Australian Cameron Pilley to secure a place in the final of the 2016 Canary Wharf Classic – on his debut appearance at the tournament.
Pilley into semis at Canary Wharf
Cameron Pilley moved into the 2016 Canary Wharf Classic semi-finals after quarter-final opponent Simon Rösner conceded the match at the end of the second game due to illness.
Pilley powers into Canary Wharf final 8
Cameron Pilley secured a comfortable victory in his first appearance at the Canary Wharf Classic since 2009 as he downed qualifier Mohamed Reda in a 50 minute first round encounter inside the East Wintergarden in London today.

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