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Women Squash - Cornett Lifts Home Hopes in Toronto
06.03.2014

Cornett Lifts Home Hopes in Toronto

Hopes of home success in the Women's Granite Open in Canada were lifted when wild card Samantha Cornett pulled off a shock five-game victory over Hong Kong's higher-ranked Joey Chan in the opening round of the Silver 25 squash event at Granite Club in Toronto.
Women Squash - Massaro Storms To Windy City Success
06.03.2014

Massaro Storms To Windy City Success

England's world No2 Laura Massaro stormed to her 13th title on the WSA World Tour when she beat Raneem El Welily, the world No3 from Egypt, in the final of the Women's METROsquash Windy City Open.
Women Squash -  Beddoes Blows Down Perry In Windy City Upset
02.03.2014

Beddoes Blows Down Perry In Windy City Upset

English qualifier Emma Beddoes pulled off her first win over Ireland's world No7 Madeline Perry in six Tour meetings over the past six years when she upset the sixth seed in the first round of the Women's METROsquash Windy City Ope
Women Squash - Kippax Conquers Grinham To Make Windy City Draw
28.02.2014

Kippax Conquers Grinham To Make Windy City Draw

It was sixth time lucky for England's Sarah Kippax in the qualifying finals of the Women's METROsquash Windy City Open when she claimed her first ever win over Australia's former world number one Rachael Grinham. photo Squashsite
Women Squash - Chicago Attracts World's Top Women Squash Players For First Time
27.02.2014

Chicago Attracts World's Top Women Squash Players For First Time

Chicago will host its richest women's squash event ever when the Women's METROsquash Windy City Open gets underway tomorrow at the University Club of Chicago in the largest city in the US state of Illinois.
Women Squash - Penang Powerhouse David Set For Eighth World Title At Home
27.02.2014

Penang Powerhouse David Set For Eighth World Title At Home

After an unprecedented 25-match unbeaten run in the event since 2007, world number one Nicol David is set to begin her bid for a record eighth title in the Penang Women's World Squash Championship.
Women Squash - Nicol David Reclaims Cleveland Classic Trophy
05.02.2014

Nicol David Reclaims Cleveland Classic Trophy

Malaysia's world number one Nicol David continued to demonstrate her domination of women's squash by clinching the Tub O'Towels Cleveland Classic trophy in the USA without dropping a game throughout the tournament.
Women Squash - Giant-Killers Au & El Tayeb Continue Cleveland Carve-Ups
04.02.2014

Giant-Killers Au & El Tayeb Continue Cleveland Carve-Ups

Qualifiers Annie Au and Nour El Tayeb continued their giant-killing exploits in the Women's Tub O'Towels Cleveland Classic by downing the second and third seed.
Women Squash - Chinappa Chases Down El Torky For Winnipeg Win
04.02.2014

Chinappa Chases Down El Torky For Winnipeg Win

India's Joshana Chinappa picked up the eighth WSA World Tour title of her career when she outlasted Egypt's Heba El Torky in the final of the Winnipeg Winter Club Women's Open
Women Squash -  El Sherbini Sets Up World Clash In Cleveland
01.02.2014

El Sherbini Sets Up World Clash In Cleveland

Egypt's world junior champion Nour El Sherbini will face Malaysia's senior world champion Nicol David in the opening round of the Women's Tub O'Towels Cleveland Classic.
Women Squash - Dominant David Claims First Tournament of Champions Title
27.01.2014

Dominant David Claims First Tournament of Champions Title

World number one Nicol David claimed her first J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions title with a resounding 11-4, 13 -11, 11-8 victory over world No2 Laura Massaro. Photo courtesy of Squashpics.com
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The Fairer Sex, Fairing much better

As the men’s England cricket team mulled over yet another defeat in Australia, their female colleagues were battling out a vital, well-earned victory over their Australian rivals.