Commonwealth Games gold medalists Cameron Pilley, David Palmer, and Rachael Grinham will form the backbone of Australia’s teams at the World Doubles Championships to be held in Darwin in August.
Squash Australia is pleased to announce the appointment of a new team of leaders to help guide the sport into the future.
The Devoy Squash and Fitness Open is taking place this weekend in Tauranga, New Zealand and Rhys Dowling, Courtney West and Joel Luka will all be competing for their share of the 5K purse.
Squash New Zealand has formally announced that the host of the 2017 Oceania Junior Championships and the Trans-Tasman Junior Test Series will be the Henderson Squash Club in Auckland.
Rachael Grinham and Donna Urquhart both lost in the opening round of the Women’s World Championships in KL despite Grinham taking number 2 seed Nicol David to 5 games.
Australia’s world number 41 Christine Nunn and world number 96 Lisa Camilleri lost out in their opening round of qualifying at the PSA Women’s World Championships in Kula Lumpur, Malaysia.
Some of Australia’s young players are playing in the AON New Zealand Open in Whangarei this weekend.
Rex Hedrick played to his seeding and won the Malaysian Tour lll and took home the cheque for $1805.
Seven nations are confirmed to compete in the 2016 WSF International Doubles Squash Championships taking place in the Northern Territory capital city of Darwin from August 15-18.
Australian number one Cameron Pilley, the World No.14, says the chance to compete in front of the Burj Khalifa during the 2015/16 Dubai PSA World Series Finals will be inspiring him ahead of the last PSA World Series tournament of the season – this month’s El Gouna International.