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Bondi Waverley joins squash academy
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.

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Grinham reaches semi-finals in Doha
Amsterdam-based Queenslander Rachael Grinham reached the semi-finals of the Qatar Classic squash tournament in Doha when she outlasted Egyptian Raneem El Weleily in five tough games on Wednesday.
Grinham and Brown the sole Australian survivors
Australian teammates Rachael Grinham and Kasey Brown are the sole surviving Australians after a day of second round heartache at the Qatar Classic squash tournament in Doha on Tuesday.
Perfect day in Qatar as all six Australians win
Former world number one David Palmer looked in great touch as he led all six Australians into the second round of the Qatar Classic squash tournament in Doha on Monday.
Fifth game heartbreak for Johnstone
Australia’s Wade Johnstone has just failed to upset third seeded Englishman Jamie Haycocks in the quarter-finals of the Madison Open in Wisconsin on Friday.
Johnstone into second round in Wisconsin
US based Australian Wade Johnstone is through to the quarter-finals of the Madison Open in Wisconsin after a straight games win over Argentina’s Juan Pablo Roude.
Fitz-Gerald, Grinham to make Australian comebacks
Australian squash great Sarah Fitz-Gerald and former world number one Rachael Grinham will make their Australian comebacks at the Women’s World Teams Championship in the New Zealand city of Palmerston North from November 29-December 4.
Kasey Brown reaches seventh in the world
Kasey Brown’s golden year continued on Tuesday when she reached a career-high number seven on the latest rankings issued by the Women’s International Squash Players’ Association (WISPA).
English claim bragging rights in New York
English duo Jenny Duncalf and Laura Massaro claimed bragging rights over their Australian rivals in the semi-finals of the Carol Weymuller Open in New York after Kasey Brown and Racahel Grinham were both knocked out.
Shabana too strong for Pilley
Third seeded Egyptian Amr Shabana has proved too strong for New South Welshman Cameron Pilley in the second round of the Kuwait Open squash tournament in Kuwait.
Brown and Grinham reach New York semis
Australians Kasey Brown and Rachael Grinham have moved into the semi-finals of the Carol Weymuller Open in New York with impressive quarter-final victories.

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