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Australians enjoy Hong Kong qualifying success
It was a good day at qualifying for the Australian contingent at the Hong Kong Open squash tournament on Tuesday with Ryan Cuskelly, Aaron Frankcomb and Lisa Camilleri all making the main draw.
Kasey celebrates double success
Kasey Brown boosted her chances of doubles squash medal success in next month's Commonwealth Games in Delhi with two titles in the finals of the Australian Invitational Doubles championships at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre.
Aussie teams in Melbourne mix
Australian teams are in the mix for all three titles at the Australian Invitational Doubles tournament in Melbourne on Thursday.
Doubles action underway in Melbourne
There was plenty of action from the first day of the Australian Invitational Doubles tournament in Melbourne on Tuesday with all four countries enjoying success.
Perry and Matthew crowned Australian champions
Madeline Perry of Northern Ireland and England’s Nick Matthew are the 2010 Australian Open champions after wins over Alison Waters and Ramy Ashour in Canberra on Sunday.
Top men reach final as Waters shocks Grinham in women's semis
Top seeds Nick Matthew and Ramy Ashour will fight out the Australian Open men’s squash final on Sunday after contrasting semi-final wins on Saturday.
Top four women into semi-finals
Experienced triumphed over youth on Friday when 33-year-old Rachael Grinham downed fellow Australian Donna Urquhart, 22, in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open squash tournament in Canberra.
Three Aussie women in last eight
Donna Urquhart charged into the quarter-finals of the Australian Open when she stunned seventh seeded Egyptian Engy Kheirallah in Canberra on Thursday.
Lincou ends Boswell's hopes as Pilley goes through
Frenchman Thierry Lincou ended the hopes of local hero Stewart Boswell when he beat the defending champion in four games in the first round of the Australian Open on Wednesday.
Palmer overcomes slow start to down Ghosal
Australian David Palmer overcame a slow start to down India’s Saurav Ghosal in four games in the first round of the Australian Open squash tournament in Canberra on Tuesday.

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