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Australian Teams named
Commonwealth Games gold medalists Cameron Pilley, David Palmer, and Rachael Grinham will form the backbone of Australia’s teams at the World Doubles Championships to be held in Darwin in August.

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Gold Coast games to leave lasting squash legacy
The 2018 Commonwealth Games on Queensland’s Gold Coast will leave a lasting legacy for the sport of squash, Squash Australia CEO Gary O’Donnell said on Monday.
Cuskelly makes Vancouver semis
Australia’s Ryan Cuskelly has moved into the semi-finals of the BC Open in Vancouver after a nerve wracking five game win over young Egyptian Mohamed Abouelghar .
Martin storms into semi-finals, Corren on track in men's draw
Former Australian representative Melissa Martin has stormed her way into the semi-finals of the Caboolture Open in Queensland after upsetting two seeded players along the way.
Corren and Francis win in Mackay
Top seeded South Australian Mike Corren claimed his second Mackay Open in succession when he beat a courageous Rex Hedrick in four games in Sunday’s final.
Corren and Francis on track in Mackay
South Australia’s Mike Corren and Melbourne’s AIS scholarship holder Melody Francis are on track to take out the Mackay Open in Mackay on Sunday.
Palmer says goodbye as Australian World Open challenge over
Australia’s World Open squash challenge ended in Rotterdam on Friday as both Kasey Brown and David Palmer bowed out at the quarter-final stage.
Brown sees off Egyptian to make World Open quarters
Taree’s Kasey Brown showed great composure to defeat in-form Egyptian Raneem El Weleily on Thursday and move into the quarter-finals of the World Open squash tournament in Rotterdam.
Palmer determined to bow out in style
A tenacious David Palmer showed he was determined to finish his career on a high when he battled past Frenchman Thierry Lincou in the third round of the World Open in Rotterdam on Wednesday.
Four Australians progress at World Open
Australia’s David Palmer kept his dreams of a third world squash championship alive when he beat fellow countryman Ryan Cuskelly in four games in the second round of the World Open in Rotterdam on Tuesday.
Palmer scrapes into World Open second round
Two-time champion David Palmer scraped into the second round of the World Open squash tournament in Rotterdam when he outlasted Scotsman Alan Clyne in a 90-minute marathon first round match on Sunday.

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