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Brown, Grinham, lead Australian team
Australia's two most successful female players of the modern era, Kasey Brown and Rachael Grinham, will lead our women's team at December's World Championships in Canada.

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Grinham edges out Brown
Australian Rachael Grinham and world number one Nicol David of Malaysia will lock horns for the 31st time in their careers when they meet in the final of the inaugural Torneo Bicentenario women’s squash tournament after surviving contrasting semi-finals in Toluca, Mexico.
Australian finalist guaranteed in Mexico
An Australian finalist is guaranteed at the Torneo Bicentenario women’s squash tournament in the Mexican city of Toluca after Rachael Grinham won her quarter-final before Kasey Brown stunned second seed Jenny Duncalf in hers.
Gold medalist Pilley storms into El Gouna quarters
New South Welshman Cameron Pilley has stormed into the quarter-finals of the El Gouna International squash tournament in the Egyptian resort town of El Gouna with an upset win over Englishman Peter Barker on Thursday.
Brown eases through first round
Commonwealth Games star Kasey Brown eased through the first round of the Torneo Bicentario women’s squash tournament in the Mexican city of Toluca when she beat Hong Kong’s Rebecca Chiu in straight games on Wednesday.
Fitz-Gerald joins Sport Australia Hall of Fame
Australian squash great Sarah Fitz-Gerald has joined some of the world’s most illustrious sportsmen and women with her induction into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame.
Gold medalist Pilley keeps momentum going
Commonwealth Games squash gold medalist Cameron Pilley survived a tough opening clash against English qualifier Tom Richards to move into the second round of the El Gouna International in El Gouna, Egypt on Monday.
Palmer bows out with silver, Pilley and Brown claim gold
Former squash world No.1 David Palmer came up just short in his bid for an elusive Commonwealth Games gold, having to settle with a record-equalling silver medal instead.
Gold for Australia as Pilley and Brown clinch mixed doubles
Gold Medal Final Dave Palmer/Stew Boswell lost to Nick Matthew/Adrian Grant (Eng) In Progress 1/2, 9/11, 11/6, 5/11 ... in progress (Palmer playing injured)
Aussies in hunt for five medals in Delhi
Australia's team are in the hunt for five medals - including two gold - on the final day of squash competition at the Delhi Commonwealth Games.
Palmer/Boswell qualify to Gold Final and Aussie team guaranteed place in mixed doubles final
An Australian pair is guaranteed a place in the gold medal play off in the mixed doubles after the two teams won their quarter-finals in contrasting fashion to set up a semi-final showdown.

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