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Surprise packets make Tasmania final
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.

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Surprise packets make Tasmania final
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.
Argentina and England star in Tasmania
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.
Victoria to host major Australian squash event
Victoria lands the rights to host the Australian Squash Championships 2014
Queensland dominate junior teams event
Queensland has dominated the teams event at the Australian Junior Championships in Perth.
White and Haydon awarded Hazell medals
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.
Squash honours tireless Cornish
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.
Rarere, Ejtemai land third junior titles
Lakeesha Rarere and Sam Ejtemai landed their third Australian Junior Championship titles in Perth, while a famous Australian squash name is once again on a championship trophy.
Mixed Bag Line Up For Junior Finals
Most of the top seeds have made it safely through to Tuesday's final of the Australian Junior Squash Championships in Perth. But there's been a few surprises, too..
Top seeds eye off junior title trifecta
The Australian Junior Squash Championships begin this weekend in Perth, and Under 19 top seeds Sam Ejtemai and Lakeesha Rarere will both be gunning for a third Championship title.
Dream result for squash power couple
Englishman Adam Auckland and his French girlfriend Coline Aumard finished the North Coast Open in style on the weekend, both winning their respective finals to claim their first 2014 Australian titles.

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