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The Squash Australia Board would like to announce two new appointed Directors Elizabeth Seddon and Dale Robbins joining the core leadership team.

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Top seeds reach Brisbane final
Top seeded South African Stephen Coppinger will take on second ranked New Zealander Martin Knight in the final of the Hibiscus Gardens Open squash tournament in Brisbane after contrasting semi-final wins on Saturday.
Khan battles to Brisbane semis
Malaysia's Kamran Khan recovered from two games down to beat Melbourne hope Rex Hedrick to reach the semi-finals of the Hibiscus Gardens Open in Brisbane on Friday night.
Au continues winning ways in Brisbane
Hong Kong qualifier Leo Au continued his winning run when he upset local favourite Nathan Stevenson in the first round of the Hibiscus Gardens Open squash tournament t in Brisbane on Thursday.
McErvale fights way into main draw
Caloundra’s Jamie McErvale downed Brisbane’s Alistair Cray in final qualifying for the Hibiscus Gardens Open in Brisbane on Wednesday to reach the main draw of the biggest tournament of his career.
ACT Open top seeds pick up where they left off
Top seeds Mike Corren and Lisa Camilleri picked up where they left off last year when they took out their respective finals at the ACT Open squash tournament in Canberra on Sunday.
Deja Vu in Canberra as Corren, Camilleri make finals
Top seeds Mike Corren and Lisa Camilleri will be looking to take up where they left off in 2010 as they head into their respective finals of the ACT Open in Canberra.
Ashour denies Palmer
Egypt's third seed Hisham Ashour upset Australia’s David Palmer in the final of the NBF Open squash tournament in Montreal to claim the biggest PSA Tour title of his career.
ACT Open underway in Canberra
Results of matches played at the ACT Open in Canberra on Friday.
Palmer reaches Montreal final
Australian number one David Palmer reached the final of the NBF Open squash tournament in Montreal with a tough five game win over Englishman Alister Walker on Thursday.
Palmer survives thriller in Montreal
David Palmer remained on track for his second PSA title in a row after surviving a five-game thriller against Scottish qualifier Alan Clyne in the quarter-finals of the NBF Open squash tournament in Montreal on Wednesday.

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