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PSA to trial change in tin height for women
The PSA has announced it will trial a change in tin height during women's matches.

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Finitsis to play for Austrian title
Dutch-based Queenslander Steve Finitsis has reached the final of the Austrian Open squash tournament in Salzburg after a straight games win over third seeded German Jens Schoor on Saturday.
Injured Palmer forced out
Australian David Palmer has been forced to retire in the first game of his North American Open squash quarter-final against world number one Nick Matthew in Richmond, Virginia on Thursday.
On the front foot
THE search for Ipswich’s next Sunil Seth is no longer being left to chance. On Tuesday at the Brassall squash courts – where world-ranked Ipswich product Seth has spent uncountable hours pounding a little black ball into a wall – a group of Ipswich youngsters were being tutored by some of the best in the business.
Palmer moves into North American quarters
Australian David Palmer continued his impressive form when he eased past Englishman Alister Walker in four games to reach the quarter-finals of the North American Open squash tournament in Richmond, Virginia on Tuesday.
Amelia takes a baby break
Dual Commonwealth Games squash representative Amelia Pittock will take a break from the game while she has her first baby.
Australian Squash Tour bigger and better in 2011
Squash Australia has unveiled an expanded 2011 Australian Squash Tour, featuring 14 tournaments in every state and territory over a four month period,
Palmer shows class in North American Open
Veteran Australian David Palmer showed he has lost none of his class when he downed eighth seeded Egyptian Wael El Hindi 11-2, 11-8, 11-7 in the first round of the North American Open squash tournament in Richmond, Virginia on Sunday.
Australia names World Cup team
Australia has named its team for the inaugural Squash World Cup to be held in the Indian city of Chennai from March 8-12.
Egyptian denies Johnstone
Australian Wade Johnston failed in his bid to win his maiden title on the men’s Professional Squash Association tour when he went down to Egypt’s Amr Khaled Khalifa in the final of the National Capitol Open in Bethesda, Maryland on Sunday.
Johnstone storms into semis
US-based Victorian Wade Johnstone stormed into the semi-finals of the National Capital Open squash tournament in Bethesda, Maryland when he downed third seeded Czech Jan Koukal on Friday.

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