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Mike Corren strikes gold as he mines his 50th PSA Tour title

Mike Corren strikes gold as he mines his 50th PSA Tour title

Aussie Tour veteran gets revenge on Jan Koukal in Kalgoorlie  By KIM SCHRAMM – Squash Mad Australian Correspondent The marketing slogan for the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder is “Pure Gold” and that’s exactly what it was for Aussie outback adventurer, Mike Corren. Corren has just chalked up a wonderful milestone by winning his 50th PSA World [...]

June 6, 2014 Guest Contributor News 0

Cassie’s Corner: Bring on the Games in Glasgow

Cassie’s Corner: Bring on the Games in Glasgow

Wonderful memories of the athletes’ village in KL as squash made its debut With the Commonwealth Games just under two months away the excitement is building for the players and the game. It is going to be fantastic watching squash on the big stage in a multi sports event. I was fortunate to compete in [...]

June 4, 2014 Cassie Thomas Cassie's Column, Comment, Commonwealth Games 0

World champions Nick Matthew and Laura Massaro lead Team England in Commonwealth Games

World champions Nick Matthew and Laura Massaro lead Team England in Commonwealth Games

Emma Beddoes selected to make Games debut in Glasgow World champions Laura Massaro and Nick Matthew lead Team England into the 2014 Commonwealth Games. Team England today named the squad of nine squash players who will represent them at Glasgow 2014. The squad of four women and five men will compete for medals in singles, [...]

June 4, 2014 Alan Thatcher Commonwealth Games, ESR, News 0
World champions welcome Queen’s Baton to Manchester and Sheffield

World champions welcome Queen’s Baton to Manchester and Sheffield

Nick Matthew inducted into Hall of Fame as he and Laura Massaro share Commonwealth Games duties By SCARLETT SMITH – Squash Mad Correspondent England’s reigning World squash Champions and Commonwealth Games medal hopes Nick Matthew and Laura Massaro welcomed the Queen’s [...]

June 1, 2014 Commonwealth Games, News
PSA: Gregory Gaultier is still top as rankings stay static

PSA: Gregory Gaultier is still top as rankings stay static

Fellow Frenchman Mathieu Castagnet joins Gaultier in world top 20 By Squash Mad Reporter French ace Gregory Gaultier, the new British Open champion, remains top of the PSA rankings in June.   The top of the PSA charts remain unchanged, [...]

June 1, 2014 News
US star Amanda Sobhy celebrates career-high ranking

US star Amanda Sobhy celebrates career-high ranking

Nicol David marches on at the top after British Open triumph By HOWARD HARDING – Squash Mad Correspondent With victory in last month’s Allam British Open helping Malaysian Nicol David to extend her lead at the top of the June [...]

June 1, 2014 News
WSF Ambassadors Cam Pilley and Low Wee Wern help Papua New Guinea gear up for The Games

WSF Ambassadors Cam Pilley and Low Wee Wern help Papua New Guinea gear up for The Games

World squash stars make friends on WSF promotional visit By HOWARD HARDING – Squash Mad WSF Correspondent The visit to Papua New Guinea by World Squash Federation Ambassadors Cameron Pilley and Low Wee Wern has boosted the Oceanian country’s bid [...]

June 1, 2014 Commonwealth Games, News, WSF
Fallows ecstatic after claiming maiden PSA title

Fallows ecstatic after claiming maiden PSA title

Winning British and European junior titles has been great but this tops everything say jubilant Richie By LEE HORTON – Squash Mad Chief Reporter TOP England junior Richie Fallows has won his first PSA world tour event…17 days before his [...]

May 31, 2014 News
Jaclyn Kemp stuns Alison Waters in BSPA final at Roehampton

Jaclyn Kemp stuns Alison Waters in BSPA final at Roehampton

Selby sinks Grant after Jaclyn’s joy at springing a shock in women’s final By PAUL LINDSAY – Squash Mad Reporter Jaclyn Kemp and Daryl Selby won the Reliable Networks BSPA Grand Prix Finals at Roehampton, with the now-retired Kemp overcoming [...]

May 31, 2014 News
Meet the Squash Mad Hero Of The Month May 2014: Henry Withrington

Meet the Squash Mad Hero Of The Month May 2014: Henry Withrington

When the going gets tough, court jester Henry gets going Meet Henry Withrington, Squash Mad’s Hero of the Month for May 2014! He becomes the first recipient of this new prize for an outstanding performance in the Danny Gamble Open [...]

May 29, 2014 Fun Stuff, Hero of the month, News
Vets have a blast in Barbados

Vets have a blast in Barbados

Festival of fun and squash as Masters show how to party By SATYA SESHADRI – Squash Mad Reporter ALMOST 100 players from different countries gathered for a weekend filled with squash and fun at The Barbados Squash Club. I had [...]

May 28, 2014 Fun Stuff, News
Chris Simpson’s joy at retaining Jersey title

Chris Simpson’s joy at retaining Jersey title

Channel Islander withstands Waller’s challenge in marathon final By Squash Mad  Reporter England’s Chris Simpson retained his Bedell Jersey Classic title on the Channel Island of Jersey – but the top-seeded Englishman prevailed in the longest winning match of his [...]

May 26, 2014 News
Sobhy seals Hong Kong success

Sobhy seals Hong Kong success

American No.1 overcomes veteran Rachael Grinham to claim major title By HOWARD HARDING – Squash Mad WSA Correspondent Young US squash star Amanda Sobhy picked up one of the biggest Tour titles of her brief career to date when she [...]

May 25, 2014 News
Ben Coleman takes Ipswich title

Ben Coleman takes Ipswich title

Jonathan Kemp announces his retirement after final at home club By ALEC LIVINGSTONE – Squash Mad Reporter Ben Coleman went one better then his runner-up spot in last year’s event when he comprehensively beat Scot Douglas Kempsell in the PSA [...]

May 25, 2014 News
Corren makes it title No.49 in Alice Springs

Corren makes it title No.49 in Alice Springs

Aussie stalwart shows his mettle with two trophies in a week By KIM SCHRAMM – Squash Mad Australia correspondent An outback adventure to the Northern Territory has been most rewarding for Mike Corren. Despite his body feeling worse for wear, after [...]

May 20, 2014 News