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Delia Arnold hangs up her racket to move on with life

Delia Arnold hangs up her racket to move on with life

Delia Arnold retires after 14 years on tour By Alex Wan – Squash Mad Asian Bureau Editor Former British Open semi-finalist Delia Arnold announced her immediate retirement from the game earlier last week. The world number 17 from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, handed in her resignation letter to the Malaysian Director of Coaching, Major (r) S. [...]

January 9, 2017 Alex Wan News 0

Denis Gilevskiy claims first British Junior Open title for Ireland

Denis Gilevskiy claims first British Junior Open title for Ireland

Elise and Sam finish runners-up for England By DONNA HELMER in Sheffield   This year’s British Junior Open drew to a close with a dazzling display of squash and two surprising records set on the tournament’s final day. The championships saw upsets, comebacks, thrashings and thrillers but some of the best action was saved for [...]

January 7, 2017 Guest Contributor News 0

Elise and Sam make it to British Junior Open finals

Elise and Sam make it to British Junior Open finals

Best of British since Jenny, James and Nick were nippers  By DONNA HELMER in Sheffield   Two of England’s finest young squash players will be vying for British Junior Open titles for the first time in 16 years on Friday. The 33-year-old James Willstrop was still a junior the last time the country was so [...]

January 5, 2017 Guest Contributor News 0
Record prize funds for men and women on PSA Tour

Record prize funds for men and women on PSA Tour

Growth of 14% in 2016 By NATHAN CLARKE   Professional squash players are earning more money than ever before according to figures released today (Jan 5) by the Professional Squash Association (PSA) which show that the total level of financial [...]

January 5, 2017 News
England’s fab five reach British Junior Open semi-finals

England’s fab five reach British Junior Open semi-finals

Home hopes provide best display in years  By DONNA HELMER in Sheffield   FIVE English players have reached the semi-finals of the 2017 British Junior Open (BJO) in what has been a truly triumphant day for the home nation in [...]

January 5, 2017 News
Natalie Grinham to bow out at the ToC

Natalie Grinham to bow out at the ToC

Golden girl chooses New York finale By NATHAN CLARKE   Three-time Commonwealth Games Gold Medal winner and former World No.2 Natalie Grinham, the 38-year-old from Toowoomba, Australia, will bring down the curtain on a glittering 20-year career when this month’s [...]

January 4, 2017 News
World champion falls in British Junior Open

World champion falls in British Junior Open

Huge win over Eain Yow Ng for American outsider Andrew Douglas By DONNA HELMER in Sheffield   Day two of the British Junior Open sprung a huge shock as last year’s world junior champion was knocked out in the third [...]

January 4, 2017 News
Kyle Finch keeps busy in Sheffield

Kyle Finch keeps busy in Sheffield

British Junior Open: Day One report By DONNA HELMER in Sheffield   Youngsters from 33 countries as far away as Malaysia, Hong Kong and Australia travelled to Sheffield to take part in one of the biggest competitions in the junior [...]

January 3, 2017 News
Kiwi Paul Coll cracks world Top 20

Kiwi Paul Coll cracks world Top 20

Happy New Year as Weybridge champion climbs 13 places By NATHAN CLARKE   After securing the biggest title win of his career during December’s PSA M100 Channel VAS Championship, New Zealand’s Paul Coll has jumped a colossal 13 places on [...]

January 3, 2017 News
Tesni Evans breaks into PSA World Top 20

Tesni Evans breaks into PSA World Top 20

Laura Massaro at five as Nicol David slips to seven By NATHAN CLARKE   Tesni Evans has become only the second Welsh female player ever to break into the World’s Top 20 following the publication of the first PSA Women’s [...]

January 3, 2017 News
Equal prize money at 2017 British Open

Equal prize money at 2017 British Open

Prize purse of $150,000 for men and women in Hull By NATHAN CLARKE   Female players will earn the same prize money as their male counterparts for the first time in the history of the prestigious Allam British Open when the [...]

December 19, 2016 News
Paul Coll wins Channel VAS title

Paul Coll wins Channel VAS title

Kiwi qualifier downs Tarek Momen in superb final after week of shocks By SEAN REUTHE    New Zealand’s World No.33 Paul Coll lifted the biggest title of his career after a sensational final performance saw him beat Egypt’s Tarek Momen [...]

December 12, 2016 News
Paul Coll and Tarek Momen halt English hopes

Paul Coll and Tarek Momen halt English hopes

Willstrop and Selby exit Channel VAS semi-finals By SEAN REUTHE    New Zealand’s Paul Coll and Egypt’s Tarek Momen will contest the final of the 2016 Channel VAS Championship at St George’s Hill after they claimed big wins over English [...]

December 11, 2016 News
Giant-killers Daryl Selby and Paul Coll clash in Weybridge semi-finals

Giant-killers Daryl Selby and Paul Coll clash in Weybridge semi-finals

James Willstrop meets Tarek Momen in second semi By SEAN REUTHE   New Zealand qualifier Paul Coll claimed his second major shock of the 2016 Channel VAS Championship at St George’s Hill after he came through a thrilling five-game battle [...]

December 10, 2016 News
Steve Coppinger takes out Omar Mosaad

Steve Coppinger takes out Omar Mosaad

Another shock KO at Weybridge By SEAN REUTHE   South African qualifier Stephen Coppinger bridged a 16-place World Rankings gap to upset World No.8 Omar Mosaad as the first round action at the 2016 Channel VAS Championship at St George’s [...]

December 10, 2016 News