Australia's two most successful female players of the modern era, Kasey Brown and Rachael Grinham, will lead our women's team at December's World Championships in Canada.
An 18-year-old Egyptian and an unseeded Englishwoman stole the show on the final day of the Tasmania Open in Devonport. It's unlikely both will sneak under the handicapper's guard again!
Two English women, an Argentinian, and an 18-year-old Egyptian are set to contest the finals of the Tasmania Open in Devonport on Sunday. It should make for some incredible squash.
Players from around the globe have gathered in Devonport for this weekend's Tasmania Open, and its Argentina and England who have caused most waves on opening day.
Squash Australia was saddened to hear of Joe Shaw's passing away in Brisbane this week
Victoria lands the rights to host the Australian Squash Championships 2014
Westerfolds and Kooyong Squash Club player, Jason Holmes last night won the Sport & Recreation Victoria Young Volunteer of the Year
Queensland has dominated the teams event at the Australian Junior Championships in Perth.
Two of Australia's most promising teenage squash players have been recognised by being awarded the M.C. Hazell medal after the Australian Junior Squash Championships in Perth.
One shudders to think where junior squash in Western Australia, or Australia for that matter, would be without Mike Cornish. The indefatigable Cornish has been recognised with this year's AJC Service Award.