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Rod Gilmour

Rod Gilmour has written on squash since 2005, mostly for the Daily Telegraph in the UK and Squash Player Magazine. He has written three books on squash, including the collaboration with James Willstrop for the acclaimed Shot And A Ghost, and teaming up with Squash Mad editor Alan Thatcher for Jahangir Khan: 555, the incredible story of the 10-times British Open champion.

Author Articles

Golden girl Gina Kennedy hopes to inspire a new generation of females to take up squash

South London’s squash Lioness thanks Bexley coach Ben Ford for her success By ROD GILMOUR (Squash Mad Correspondent in Birmingham) Gina Kennedy’s price for winning a...

A dream is set to come true as Gina Kennedy has her heart set on gold in Birmingham

By ROD GILMOUR (Squash Mad Correspondent) There were times in the aftermath of Gina Kennedy’s physical win over SJ Perry, the 2018 finalist, where the...

BBC answers furious complaints from squash fans about lack of coverage from the Commonwealth Games

EXCLUSIVE by ROD GILMOUR (Squash Mad Correspondent) The BBC has assured squash fans of coverage of their sport after an outpouring of dissatisfaction at no...

What’s it like playing top seed Paul Coll? It was tough and a bit of a blur says Malta’s very own Essex boy Niall...

By ROD GILMOUR (Squash Mad Correspondent) There are no shortage of stories to savour when it comes to squash at the Commonwealth Games. Take Niall...

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