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Squash honours tireless Cornish
One shudders to think where junior squash in Western Australia, or Australia for that matter, would be without Mike Cornish. The indefatigable Cornish has been recognised with this year's AJC Service Award.

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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.
Doubles combinations continue the march towards medals
Four Australian doubles combinations have won through to Delhi's Doubles Semi Finals, with mixed pairs to quarters
Doubles pairings on a roll towards medal rounds.
Four Australian doubles combinations have won through to Delhi's Doubles Semi Finals, with mixed pairs to quarters
Aussies Doubles combinations top their pools in Delhi
Lisa Camilleri and Amelia Pittock win final pool match against England pair of Massaro & Bailey to top their group.
Aussie pairs clean sweep day 2 of Delhi Doubles.
Australia's doubles pairings remain on track for medals, particularly pleasing was Donna Urquhart and Dave Palmer's win over the higher seeded Kiwi pair Jaclyn Hawkes/Campbell Grayson.
Delhi Doubles - seven from seven for Aussies as Doubles commence.
Doubles squash commenced in Dehli overnight and Australia's combinations were ruthless in their pool matches overnight.
Brown and Pilley begin doubles in style
Kasey Brown and Cameron Pilley opened their mixed doubles campaign in Delhi with a comprehensive straight games win over Canadian pair Robin Clarke and Samantha Cornett.
Kasey is a Bronzed Aussie!
Australia's Kasey Brown has won the Commonwealth Games bronze medal in Delhi after an injury forced England's Alison Waters to withdraw before the match.
Kasey Brown finds David a step to far!
Kasey Brown will play off for Bronze in Delhi on Friday following her semi final loss to Malaysian Nicol David in Delhi overnight
Palmer out after epic battle against Willstrop
Former squash world No.1 David Palmer's campaign for gold in the men's singles is over, after being beaten by No.2 seed James Willstrop at the Delhi Commonwealth Games.

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