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Naturalist Attenborough helps Larkin to maiden win
Australia's Joshua Larkin broke through for his first tournament title and New Zealand's Megan Craig added another Australian title to her resume' at the City of Perth WA Open on the weekend.

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Egyptian denies Johnstone
Australian Wade Johnston failed in his bid to win his maiden title on the men’s Professional Squash Association tour when he went down to Egypt’s Amr Khaled Khalifa in the final of the National Capitol Open in Bethesda, Maryland on Sunday.
Johnstone storms into semis
US-based Victorian Wade Johnstone stormed into the semi-finals of the National Capital Open squash tournament in Bethesda, Maryland when he downed third seeded Czech Jan Koukal on Friday.
Survivor's great squash return
LITTLE more than a year ago, Ben Werchon lay in hospital on life support, with horrific injuries and a two per cent chance of survival, after being hit by a car.
Hedrick falls just short in Windy City semis
Melbourne’s Rex Hedrick has fallen just short of reaching the biggest final of his career when he lost in three tight games to Englishman Olivier Pett in the semi-finals of the Windy City Open in Chicago.
Victorian pair make Chicago quarter-finals
Victorian pair Rex Hedrick and Wade Johnstone have reached the quarter-finals of the Windy City Open squash tournament in Chicago.
Disappointment in Sweden
Australians Cameron Pilley and Stewart Boswell have gone close but were unable to upset their higher ranked opponents in the quarter-finals of the CASE Swedish Open squash tournament in Linkoping.
Ricketts joins AIS coaching staff
Former British Open champion and Squash Australia Hall of Fame member Anthony Ricketts has been lured back to Australia in a top level coaching capacity.
Aussies through in Sweden
Australian number one Cameron Pilley fought off a tenacious opponent in Finland’s Olli Tuominen to reach the quarter-finals of the Swedish Open squash tournament in Linkoping on Thursday.
Brown up to six in the world
Australia’s Kasey Brown’s has risen another place to number six in the world on the latest rankings issued by the Women’s International Squash Players’ Association.
El Shorbagy ousts boyhood hero Palmer
Young gun Mohamed El Shorbagy has overcome boyhood hero David Palmer in four tough games to make the final of the Motor City Open in Detroit.

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