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Favourable Open draw for Aussie women
Australia’s top women squash players have received a generally favourable draw for the 2010 Australian Open to be played in Canberra from August 10-15.
Cuskelly handed main draw place
Australia’s Ryan Cuskelly was handed an easy path into the main draw of the CIMB Malaysian Open in Kuala Lumpur when his opponent, Scotsman Alan Clyne, was forced to withdraw with an injury when Cuskelly was leading 7-4 in the first game on Tuesday night.
Two out of three for Aussies in Malaysian qualifying
Two out of the three Australians in the qualifying draw of the Malaysian Open won their opening matches on Monday night, with Donna Urquhart and Ryan Cuskelly moving through but Steve Finitsis suffering an upset loss.
Australians Finish 6th in World Uni Champs
The 2010 World University Championships concluded in Melbourne with Australia finishing in 6th place.
Australia to play Austria in final pool match
Australia will play Austria on Friday in a bid to finish third in their pool and move to a higher play-off position at the World University Squash Championships in Melbourne after defeats to the higher ranked Hong Kong and USA on Thursday.
Palmer to play Ghosal in Australian Open first round
Former world number one and 2008 champion David Palmer will get his 2010 Australian Open campaign underway with a tricky clash against India’s Saurav Ghosal when the tournament begins in Canberra on August 10.
Semi-finals complete at Uni Championships
English student Emma Chorley pulled off an impressive upset over home hope Melody Francis in Tuesday's women's World University Squash Championships semi-finals to set up the prospect of the first ever double British gold at the 7th staging of the event at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.
Green and Gold girls gear up for success
Day two of the World University Squash Championships today saw the Aussies back in action with the commencement of quarter finals
Mixed results on day one at University Championships
There were mixed results for the Australians on the opening day of the World University Squash Championships at Melbourne’s Monash University on Sunday.
Camilleri downs Wee while Corren also wins in Hobart
Queensland’s Lisa Camilleri made it five tournaments in a row when she downed top seeded Malaysian Sharon Wee in five games in the final of the Tasmanian Open squash tournament in Hobart on Sunday.

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