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World Juniors - Team Finals : Egypt beat Pakistan 2-0 to...

21 Aug 2014 11:20 pm

World Juniors - Team Finals :

Egypt beat Pakistan 2-0 to retain their World Junior Team Title in Windhoek …

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Malaysian Open - Quarter-Finals : The WSA $70k and PSA $50k...

21 Aug 2014 11:16 pm

Malaysian Open - Quarter-Finals :

The WSA $70k and PSA $50k events move to the NuCentral mall in KL, but there’s no end to the upsets …

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21 Aug 2014 11:13 pm

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New Zealand Nationals - semifinals

21 Aug 2014 04:50 pm

Joelle King is on target for her fifth straight title at the New Zealand National Squash Championships at the North Shore Squash Club in Auckland.

The world number four is through to the final of the women’s draw, going through to the title decider without dropping a single game at the tournament.

King proved far too good for Commonwealth Games teammate Amanda Landers-Murphy in the semifinals, beating the fourth seed 11-4, 11-7, 11-3.  She will now play second seed Megan Craig in the final.

Craig has also been in imperious form thus far.  She too is yet to drop a game after downing third seed Kylie Lindsay 11-4 11-4 12-10 in the last four.

Meanwhile, the top two seeds will also contest the men’s draw.  Martin Knight and Campbell Grayson will square off in the title decider for the fourth year in a row, with both players chasing their third title.

Knight advanced with a straight games victory over former champion Kashif Shuja, with the top seed’s superior fitness and stamina proving the difference against his older opponent as he cruised home 11-8 11-6 11-5.

However, Grayson was given a stern test by Glasgow teammate Paul Coll.  The second seed looked on course for a comfortable victory after taking the opening two games, but Coll claimed the third as his game started to click.  However, a bout of cramp proved the undoing of the young Cantabrian and Grayson clinched the match 11-5 11-6 4-11 11-9.

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