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Zac Takes Toronto Title
Australian Zac Alexander, out of action for six months following hip surgery, marked his return to top flight squash in emphatic style in when he won the Colony Ford Lincoln National Squash Academy Open

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Juniors descend on Alice Springs
More than 200 Australian junior squash players have descended on Alice Springs for the annual Australian Junior Championships (AJC), which begin Friday at the town’s squash centre.
Victor (Vic) Nelson Hunt - 1915-2010
One of the legends of Australian squash, Victor (Vic) Nelson Hunt, has died in Melbourne on September 21. He was 95.
Brown bows out after brilliant World Open
Kasey Brown’s brilliant Women’s World Open is over after she lost her quarter-final clash to fourth seeded Egyptian Omneya Abdel Kawy in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt on Monday.
Corren's home win as sweet as any
Mike Corren won his 30th professional squash title and one of his sweetest when he beat Nathan Stevenson to claim the Millicent Open in his home town of Millicent, South Australia on Sunday.
Brown stuns Perry for breakthrough win at Women's World Open
Kasey Brown has defeated Madeline Perry in four games for a breakthrough win at Women's World Open in Egypt.
Frankcomb wins China Open
Tasmania’s Aaron Frankcomb broke a four year title drought when he beat Denmark’s Kristian Frost Olesen in straight games to win the China Open squash tournament in Shanghai on Saturday.
Brown through but injured Urquhart falls
Kasey Brown is the only Australian remaining at the Women’s World Open squash tournament in the Egyptian resort city of Sharm El Sheikh after she crushed Italian qualifier Manuela Manetta in straight games on Saturday.
Palmer to face world number one in semis
Australian squash number one David Palmer was handed an unexpectedly easy passage into the semi-finals of the British Grand Prix in Manchester when Egypt’s Amr Shabana withdrew with a back injury with Palmer ahead 11-3, 2-0.
Corren leads seeds into Millicent semi-finals
Hometown hero Mike Corren led the top four seeds into the semi-finals of the Millicent Open men’s squash tournament in the South Australian town of Millicent on Saturday.
Palmer through but Boswell out of Grand Prix
US-based New South Welshman David Palmer saw off dangerous Pakistani Aamir Atlas Khan to move into the quarter-finals of the British Grand Prix in Manchester on Friday.

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