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Australian juniors win two titles in Singapore
Australia's Lakeesha Rarere and Alex Eustace have won their age division titles at the Singapore Juniors, and there were a whole raft of other encouraging performances.

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Australian juniors win two titles in Singapore
Australia's Lakeesha Rarere and Alex Eustace have won their age division titles at the Singapore Juniors, and there were a whole raft of other encouraging performances.
New Australian Junior Ranking System for 2015
Commencing January 1st, 2015 a new system for Australian Junior Rankings will be introduced, known as the Australian Junior Squash Points Ranking System.
Cuskelly Throws Out Formguide to Snatch Title
Ryan Cuskelly didn't think he was playing well enough to seriously challenge for for the Australian Closed Championship title. He was wrong.
Grinham shows class
There's a reason why Rachael Grinham is Australia's top ranked female squash player. And she showed why on Saturday evening in Melbourne.
2015 Horizon Power Esperance Open
The 2015 'Horizon Power' Esperance Open will be held over the Labour Day long weekend (28 Feb - 2nd March) at Esperance Squash Club. Depending on numbers tournament may be played over two days - Sat & Sun. Over $7000.00 in prize money.
Australia's best set for Saturday action
Australia's best players have all progressed to what's set to be a super Saturday at the Australian Closed Championships in Melbourne.
Teammates to rivals in less than a week
Less than a week ago Rachael Grinham, Christine Nunn, Sarah Cardwell and Lisa Camilleri were teammates doing Australia proud in Canada. Tomorrow the four will battle it out for a spot in the final of the Australian Closed Championships in Melbourne.
Top result for Queensland's Eustace
16-year-old Alex Eustace has done Australia proud, finishing runner-up at the Kuala Lumpur Junior Open.
Australia live up to World Championship seeding
Australia showed its famous fighting spirit to pull off a win over Ireland and seventh spot at the Women's World Teams Championships in Canada.
WWTC 2014 Aussies defeat Ireland for 7th
The Australian Women's team have defeated Ireland to take 7th place at the World Teams Championships in Canada

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