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WHAT
WAS NEW Jan 1 2005 through April 30 2005

Squash
Jobs: the latest SquashTalk classified listings © 2005
SquashTalk LLC)

(4.28.05):
European Teams ’05:
England
and Holland in both semis after day two
– pools day two recap
and results.
Italy: Mega
Italian Open Day One
– Bianchetti, Ross, Gordon all advance.

(4.27.05):
European Teams ’05:
England
and Holland positioned after day one
– pools day one recap from
Amsterdam.
Runa Reta on the Road: Qatar
on the verge of major prominence
– a reflection on the recently
concluded Qatar Airways WISPA Tourney.

(4.26.05):
World Squash Awards:
Nominees
announced
– award event takes place in London, May 6th.
US Pro 05 (Los Angeles): Expanded
format
– The US Pro, held in late June, will this year include
a women’s draw featuring Natalie Grainger, Latasha Khan, and Lily
Lorentzen.
Kellner Cup Doubles (ISDA): Another win for Waite
and Mudge, Final
report
.

(4.25.05):
Euro Teams 05 (Amsterdam):
England
Team
– Waters becomes a late substitute for Jenny Tranfield.
Southland NZ (WISPA&PSA):
Final
report
– Stewart Boswell and Dianne Desira win in New Zealand.

(4.24.05):
Qatar Airways Doha (WISPA):
Final
report
– Rachael Grinham falls behind, then catches Natalie
Grainger to collect a confidence-building win.
Colets (BSPA): Ricketts defeats Iskandar in finals
report.
Kellner Cup Doubles (ISDA): Quick and Gould reach
finals semi final report.

(4.23.05):
Squash Jobs:
new job opportunities, check
jobs page
.
Colets (BSPA): Ricketts and Iskandar reach the
finals quarters/semi final
report
.
Kellner Cup Doubles (ISDA): McDonald and Berg go
down quarter final report.

Doubles (USSRA): US National Mixed Doubles report.

(4.22.05):
Qatar Airways Doha (WISPA):
Semi
final report
– Rachael Grinham just edges out Nicol David, will
face Grainger.
Colets (BSPA): Grant and Ross win 2nd round tests,
second round report.
Southlands
NZ Classic (WISPA & PSA):
Boswell advances in 1st round,
first round report.
Colets (BSPA): Iskandar tested in first round,
first round report.

On
the verge:
Nicol
David falls just short
in Friday’s semis in Qatar.
© photo 2005 Fritz Borchert)

(4.21.05):
Qatar Airways Doha (WISPA):
Quarterfinals
– Bailey still hot, Grainger beats Natalie Grinham.
Colets (BSPA): Alan Grant, after three days in
hospital after car crash, wins
first match at Colets
.

(4.20.05):
Qatar Airways Doha (WISPA):
Vanessa Atkinson knocked out
by Tania Bailey, fails in bid to reach #1. second
round report
. (Main page)
Holland (PSA): Alistair Walker wins, Chris Gordon
quarterfinalist, event report.
Urban
Nationals (USA):
Second annual USA urban squash event focuses
on participation, fellowship report
by Ron Dinerman
.

(4.19.05):
Qatar Airways Doha (WISPA):
Leevey upsets Abdel Kawy, Perry
continues streak, Atkinson, Grinhams advance, first
round report
.
Team Kneipp Report Card:
Report
card on the Bermuda Open
by Joe and Dan Kneipp.

(4.18.05):
Vancouver BC (WISPA):
Finals
report
, Teran wins.
Qatar Airways Doha (WISPA): Qualifying
report report
, main
draw
.

(4.17.05):
Irish Open (WISPA & PSA):
Finals
report
, Madeline Perry and Ong Beng Hee win.
South Island Open NZ (WISPA & PSA):
Stewart Boswell
wins. Report of finals.
Losone, CH, Open (PSA): final
report.
Razik defeats Jones.
Ilkley Open (BSPA): final
report.
Marcus Berrett defeats Peter Barker.
Vancouver BC (WISPA): Quarters/Semi-finals
report
, Teran defeats Shabana Khan.
Creek ISDA Doubles: Finals
report
, Waite & Mudge again.

Mexico’s
Samantha Teran: advances
in Texas Open
in Tuesday’s action in Dallas

© photo 2005 Debra Tessier)

(4.16.05):
South Island Open NZ (WISPA & PSA):
Stewart Boswell
continues comback success. Report
of quarters/semis
.
Irish Open (WISPA & PSA): Semi-finals
report
, Perry wins ove Brind, Anjema upsets Gough.
Creek ISDA Doubles: Quarters
report
, Horler and Hosey look good.
Canadian ISDA Doubles: Wrapup
report
, Waite & Mudge again.

(4.15.05):
South Island Open NZ (WISPA & PSA):
Stewart Boswell
in highly anticipated comback. Report
of first two rounds
.
Irish Open (WISPA & PSA):
Semi-finals, Perry wins
ove Brind. PSA
draw
. WISPA draw

College Squash (CSA): Executive
director agreement announced. Ron Beck to continue as CSA executive
director.
Losone, CH, Open (PSA):
first
round report.
Ashour from Egypt makes waves.
Ilkley Open (BSPA): Flathers goes down in round
of 32. Report.

(4.14.05):
Irish Open (WISPA & PSA):
Quarter- finals, Perry wins,
Kenny loses a heartbreaker. Report
and results
. by Edel Costigan.
Losone, CH, Open (PSA): qualifying
final.


(4.13.05): Pakistan:
Five
PSA Players refused visas to Switzerland and Ireland
, were entered
in Irish PSA Open, Losone PSA Open this week.
Global Gallery:
April
observations on the world of squash
, by Martin Bronstein
Training in Amsterdam: A
change in training regimen
, by Runa Reta.
Irish Open (WISPA & PSA): Day one, Report
and results
. PSA draw.
WISPA draw

(4.12.05):
US Men’s Rankings:
Quick tops rankings table, Puertas #1
in Grand Prix points. April
12 2005 US Mens Rankings
.
Irish Open (WISPA & PSA): Final qualifying.
Report and results.


(4.11.05): Irish Open (WISPA & PSA):
Local aspirants
have success in first-day qualifying matches. Report
and results
.
US Men’s Selection Tour: Quick has too much for
Gordon. Final Report.
and complete draw.
PSA Satellite Tour:
Darryl Selby wins in Gatineau. Results
and Report
.

(4.10.05):
US Men’s Selection Tour:
Gordon beat Puertas. Semi
final Report
.


(4.9.05): Bermuda PSA Masters :
Jonathon Power masterful
in Hamilton. final report
Texas Open – Dallas: Vanessa Atkinson comes
back to win in 5. final report,
final photos
US Men’s Selection Tour: Quick, Puertas,
Illingworth, Gordon advance. Quarterfinal
Report
.

(4.8.05):
Texas Open – Dallas:
Top seeds through to final, semi
final report
, semi photos
Bermuda Masters -Bronstein’s Semi
final report:
Power and Beachill will meet in Saturday’s final.
US Men’s Selection Tour: The Superstars Richmond
Open kicked off with Patterson and Oliner scoring early round wins.
Wed/Thurs Report.

(4.7.05):
Texas Open – Dallas:
The Grinham sisters to meet in semis,
Atkinson and Botwright in the other. story,
latest results, quarter
photos

Bermuda Masters -Bronstein’s Quarterfinal
first report:
Power over Lincou, White over Matthew in ugly
squash, second report:
Nicol out points Willstrop.

(4.6.05):
Texas Open – Dallas:
In the round of 16 at Plaza of the
Americas, Grainger comes back from 0-2 against Duncalf – story,
latest results, photo
gallery

Bermuda Masters round
of 16 report:
White beats Palmer and Shabana loses.

(4.5.05):
Texas Open – Dallas:
In second day’s action, Samantha
Teran wins, US champ Latasha Khan loses in 3, Vanessa cruises –
story
Bermuda Masters:
Martin Bronstein reports – day
two final
: Ryding on fire, Kneipp doused by Olli. day
two afternoon
; Nicol eases through. Main
page.

Texas
Open – Dallas:
In first day’s action, the two Natalies
(Grainger & Grinham) win as they careen towards a quarterfinal
matchup – story

(4.4.05):
Texas Open – Dallas:
WISPA seeds all advance in top-half
first round play – results
Bermuda Masters:
Martin Bronstein reports – Early
day one report
: White just gets by Gough, Price puts up no resistence.
Day one final: Power,
Shabana, Lincou cruise
.,
draw/results.

US National Doubles:
Women’s
Wrapup
: McConnell gets 10th with new partner. Men’s
Final
: Waite and Clothier win the Open, summaries of other key
results.


(4.3.05): Bermuda Masters:
Team
Kneipp’s Preview
: first round matchups for tomorrow’s play.
US National Doubles: Men’s
"A" Semis
: Bruenner and McIlvain advance to semi,
then fall short. Men’s
Open Semis, II
.

(4.2.05):
US National Doubles:
Saturday
evening report
: Quick and Scharff advance, women’s upsets continue.
BSPA Circuit: Esporta
Semis
: Garner and Genever get through;
Esporta Quarters
, Stacey Ross beats Joey Barrington.
US National Doubles: current
results
, also Friday
evening report
: Quick and Betts go down.


(4.1.05): England Squash:
England
Squad Named – Parke makes squad
For Euro teams in Holland.
BSPA Esporta Open: 1st
and Second round results
Barrington, Ross advance to meet.
US National Doubles: Friday
noon report, early friday action
,
US National Doubles: Thursday
night report, friday preview
, Men’s "A" and over 40
first round.

PLAYER
OF THE MONTH: Linda
Elriani is profiled
in an insightful interview with Martin
Bronstein
photo © 2005 Debra Tessier)

(3.31.05):
US National Doubles:
Action
gets underway in New York
, early results.
Job Posting: Do
good for the world of squash! StreetSquash NY
, Director position
for Sept ’05.
PSA World Rankings: Palmer
surges to second in April rankings
as the PSA top 20 are released.

WISPA World Rankings: No
big changes in April rankings
as Vanessa Atkinson still trails
Rachael Grinham.

(3.29.05):
British Open:
Returns
to London in Ocotober
after two years in Nottingham.
Montana Squash Camp: Squash
and Ranch Camp gets off the ground
a uniquely American concept.

(3.28.05):
Feature:
"Slaughter
of the Lambs
" Jack Halford remembers Jahangir and Ditmar
in a unique meeting in 1987.
Euro Jr Team finals
England beat Germany for U19 Euro title, France third,
Holland fifth.

(3.27.05):
Team quarters/semis
England seeks 21st title today against Germany.
Sweden and France play for 3/4.
Hall of Fame: the Squash News founders Tom and
Hazel White Jones profiled by
Ron Beck
, win the CSA lifetime achievement award.
Doubles: the 2005 USSRA Nationals in New York
preview by Rob Dinerman
, with an account of the famous Waite/Clothier
– Leach/Vlcek match.

(3.26.05):
US Men’s Selection Tour:
Richmond
Virginia preview
– event marks growing squash momentum in Richmond.
Euro Jr U19 Chmpshps: Team
pools final
– England, Germany, head quarterfinal lineups.

(3.25.05):
Euro Jr U19 Chmpshps:
Team
pools day one
– England, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Sweden are
dual winners.

(3.24.05):
Audio Interview series:
an
interview with legendary coach Yusuf Khan, his philosophy and
how he built up squash in Seattle.

(3.23.05):
ISDA Doubles:
Chicago
Open
Waite and Mudge stay undefeated.
Audio Interview series: an
interview with hall-of-famer Henri Salaun
, his arrival in the
US from France and his squash career.
Euro Jr U19 Chmpshps: Finals
– De Rycke and Simpson win Junior Titles.

(3.22.05):
London England:
Famed
Lambs Club to Close
, important squash landmark falls victim
to economics and land values.
Montreal PSA: Finals
and wrapup
Ryding wins a competitive final by Alan Fern. complete
results
.
Euro Jr U19 Chmpshps: Semis
Rosner and De Rycke face Britons.

(3.21.05):
USA Squash:
Men’s
Rankings
for March 21st – Illingworth reaches #3 in Grand Prix
ratings.
Montreal PSA: Semi
finals
Giuffre upsets Barrington. complete
results
.
Euro Jr U19 Chmpshps:
Quarters
English entrants dominate.

(3.20.05):US
Nationals:
Final
report
– Latasha wins her sixth, Julian wins first. Women’s
draw
and Mens draw.

Wimbeldon Cup: Final
report
– Berrett and Brind win. Complete Mens
Results
, Womens results.
Pakistan: Women’s
Nationals
Sara Awan wins national title.
Montreal PSA: Quarterfinals
Three Canadians and Barrington reach semis.
Euro Jr U19 Chmpshps: Second
round
favorites advance.

(3.19.05):Montreal
PSA:
First round
Graham Ryding advanceds after a test.
US Nationals: Semifinal
report
– Preston Quick squanders 5th game lead, Meredeth Quick
to meet Latasha.
US Nationals: audio
interview
– Lily Lorentzen.
Wimbledon
Cup:
Mens Results,
Womens results, through
the quarterfinals.



Squash
Camps
:
the 2005 SquashTalk directory © 2005 SquashTalk LLC)

(3.18.05):
Canary Wharf Classic:
Final
report
: White bounds back to defeat Ricketts.
US Nationals: Quarterfinal
Report,
Donegan falls to Crombie Illingworth over gordon, quarters,
Lorentzen beat Hall, Shabana beats Quibell. Women’s
draw
and Mens draw.

(3.17.05):
Canary Wharf Classic:
Semi
final report 2
: Ricketts roasts Beachill; report
1
– White over Power in five. Draw.
US Nationals:
Women’s
Open Preview
. College stars take on the pros,
by Rob Dinerman.
Doubles: ISDA
Denver and Cynwyd Elite
. Waite and Mudge 11-for-11
on the year.

(3.16.05):
Refereeing:
A
provocative refereeing proposal by Rod Symington
. how
to adress the increasingly problematical refereeing conundrum.
Canary Wharf Classic: Day
three pools report and results
: White beats Shabana, will face
Power. Beachill beats Palmer, will face Ricketts.

(3.15.05):
Canary Wharf Classic:
Day
two pools results
. Willstrop and Nicol drop
out of contention. Martin
Bronstein’s report.

SAVCOR Finnish Open: final
report
. Sharon Wee wins Finnish WISPA title.
College Squash: Kenyon College’s trip to the ’05
Nationals complete
story. by Chris Fennell.
College Squash: Canadian College/University Nationals
event
summary. Rob Nigro (Western Ontario) and Julia
Hamilton (UToronto) win titles for ’05.
Hall of Fame: New hall of fame profiles added for
Demer Holleran, holder
of 19 US titles and Wendy Zaharko,
three times college champ in 1970s.
WSF: Squash increases
Olympic push
. Olympic evaluator visit Canary
Wharf Event.

(3.14.05):
Canary Wharf Classic:
First
day pools results
. Power thumps Nicol, RIcketts
beats Willstrop. Martin
Bronstein Reports from London.

SAVCOR Finnish Open:
Semi
final report
. Pierrepont, Wee reach the finals.
Geneva – Swiss Open: Final
report
. Razik, Lloyd Walter win.

(3.13.05):
Player of the Month:
Linda
Elriani
. At the top of her game … and enjoying squash. By
Martin Bronstein.
Geneva – Swiss Open: semi
final report
.

(3.12.05):
Kuwait PSA and WISPA Open:
Final. Nicol David beats Natalie
Grainger, Palmer beats Nicol report
, final PSA
Draw
, WISPA Draw

Geneva – Swiss Open: French, Egyptian
qualifiers reach the quarterfinals, round-of-16
report
.
US Junior Nationals: Photojournal: page
one
; page two.

(3.11.05):
USA Jr Women:
Team selection to conclude with March playoff
report.
Kuwait PSA and WISPA Open:
Semi final report
– top seeds all fail in quarters: PSA
Draw
, WISPA Draw

Australia:
Sarah Fitz-Gerald announces limited comeback
plan story.

(3.10.05):
Kuwait PSA and WISPA Open:
Quarterfinal report
– Nicol stops Ricketts, N Grinham falls to Grainger.
The Global Gallery: Martin Bronstein’s
commentary on squash for February/March.

(3.9.05):
Kuwait PSA and WISPA Open:
First
round report
– Ricketts edges Abbas and Kawy
falls to Lengthorn: PSA
Draw
, WISPA Draw

US Junior Championships: Gordon,
Lorentzen, Park, Blatchford dominate their divisions. Event
recap and comment
.

(3.8.05):
Kuwait PSA and WISPA Open:
qualifying
final
, El Hindi, Abbas, Bianchetti, Zaman
qualify, Perry & Stoehr fall short. Starts tomorrow:
PSA Draw, WISPA
Draw

ISDA St Louis Doubles:
reports
,
Waite and Mudge yet again.
Coaching jobs:
new listings

(3.7.05):
CSA: Individuals photogalleries:
one,
two, three.

(3.6.05):
College Squash: Individual championships
Quibell
wins women’s title – she defeats Harvard’s Grigg for second
title. El Halaby
earns historic third straight men’s title; also Saturday quarters/semis
wrapup.
North of Scotland Open:Stacey Ross beats Gough
for his biggest title, finals
report.
by Elspeth Burnside.

(3.5.05):
College Squash: Individual championships
audio
interviews – Illingworth vs Samper, El Halaby def. Suchde in
semis.
North of Scotland Open:
Stacey Ross upsets John White as
Parke also falls — in semis to Gough, quarters/semis
report.
by Elspeth Burnside.
Bermuda:
Nick Kyme wins Bermuda Nationals, earns
wildcard berth.

Runa Reta:
Getting it right
in Texas
. looking ahead to this year’s Texas Open.
COAS Islamabad PSA:
Final
Report
. Shahid Zaman beats Joey Barrington. Complete
Results
.
College Squash: Individual championships draws/results
and day one
wrapup.
Media: Tourney
of champs wrapup. in Washington Post.


(3.4.05):
College Squash: Individual championships
draws.
CSA Names Sportsmanship in honor of Sean Sloane. Story:

COAS Islamabad PSA: Semi
final Report
. Joey Barrington and Shahid Zaman reach finals
North of Scotland Open:
Draw.
John White drops a game in first round, first
and second round report.

(3.3.05):
COAS Islamabad PSA:
Quarterfinal
Report
. Joey Barrington crashes semis party.

(3.2.05):
COAS Islamabad PSA:
First
Round Report
. Teenager Aamir Khan creates upset.
World Rankings:
PSA
March 1 Rankings
. Ricketts surges to sixth. WISPA
March 1 Rankings
: Only the WISPA computer doesn’t know that
Vanessa’s #1 !

USA
Wrapup:
February
report
. Quick takes women’s selection event…
Heights Casino Doubles… Woodruff Nee Hardball.

(3.1.05):
CSA Men’s Nationals recap:
Audio
interviews and photo gallery.
CSA
Men’s Nationals: Trinity defeats Harvard 7-2
complete
report
., by Ron Beck.
Princeton upsets Yale 6-3
report
., by Ron Beck. [Nationals
main page.]

(2.28.05):
Belgium PSA Open:
Davide
Bianchetti wins
.
US Hardball Nationals:
Report.

(2.27.05):
CSA Men’s National Teams:
Complete
results. Trinity wins their 125th straight
match with a 7-2 finals victory over Harvard.

(2.26.05):
CSA Men’s National Teams:
Results
of the semi finals. . Trinity and Harvard reach
finals, Princeton and Yale vye for 3rd.

(2.25.05):
Tourney of Champions
: Men’s
final report, Ricketts triumphs in New York. Women’s
final report, Atkinson the champion. Final
photogallery.
Team Kneipp:
What
went wrong.
Runa Reta: New
York the Great.

(2.24.05):
Tourney of Champions
: Semi-final
report, Lincou and Ricketts to meet in final. Elriani and Atkinson
in the women’s. Semi-final
photogallery.
College
Howe Cup (Women’s Nationals)
: Smith’s Ashley Kilgore wins
Wetzel award, full
story.

(2.23.05):
Tourney of Champions
: Day
2 quarterfinal report, Shabana and Ricketts get through. R Grinham
and Elriani to meet in the semis. Dinerman’s quarters-II
WISPA report and also Quarter-final
Day 2 photogallery.
CSA Men’s National Teams: Draws.
College Howe Cup (Women’s Nationals): photogallery.

(2.22.05):
Tourney of Champions
: Day
1 quarterfinal report,
men’s
results, Lincou and Palmer get through; Women’s
quarters – results
Atkinson battles Macree and to meet Botwright in the semis. Dinerman’s
quarters-I
WISPA report and . Quarter-final
Day 1 photogallery

(2.21.05):
Tourney of Champions
: Round
two report,
men’s
results, Ricketts stops Willstrop; Women’s
first round – Grainger put out by Duncalf.
USA Five-Man Teams, Hartford: Trinity wins "A"
finals report.

(2.20.05):
Tourney of Champions
: Day
2-1st round evening, Qualifier Peter Barker gets through, Day
2-1st round afternoon,Tuominen takes out Darwish, reports by
Martin Bronstein
College Howe Cup (Women’s Nationals): final
result,
Yale
beats Harvard.

(2.19.05):
Tourney of Champions
: 1st
round evening, Jenson wins, Kneipp loses, report by Martin Bronstein
Tourney of Champions: 1st
round afternoon, qualifier
final. report by Martin Bronstein. women’s
qualifier.
USA Five-Man Teams, Hartford: Trinity and Harvard
reach "A" finals: semifinal
report.

Forbes Open Southport: Alison Waters beats Carla
Khan in finals: Report
and Complete results.
College Howe Cup (Women’s Nationals): 2005 Howe
Cup day two results and
scores. Yale and Harvard to meet in Sunday final, as Harvard
repulses Trinity 6-3.
Buler Open Hong Kong: Friday results:quarterfinal
WISPA results
and PSA
results.

(2.18.05):
College Howe Cup (Women’s Nationals)
: 2005 Howe Cup day
one results and scores
Tourney of Champions: Martin Bronstein’s preview.

Tourney of Champions: qualifying day one report
and draw.
Buler Open Hong Kong: Delia Arnold scores upset
win, 1st round results

(2.17.05):
Forbes Open Southport
: Waters rolls, Teran scores two upsets,
Quick falls short: Report
and Round two results.
Lapham-Grant Tournament: Event takes place in Calgary
this weekend. Preview of 84th
running of contest
.

(2.16.05):
Tourney of Champions
: 2005 edition Men’s
Preview
by Team Kneipp. Also, men’s
draw and women’s
draw.

(2.15.05):
College Womens Nationals
: 2005 Howe Cup draws
and match times and team
lineups (30 teams.)
Eventis Marketing: Peter Nicol’s Group acquires
new glass court full story.

Quebec PSA Open: Liam Kenny beats Stefane Galifi
event wrapup

(2.14.05):
Doubles Weekend Wrapup
: Canadian Mixed Doubles, Baltimore
DIBS and Philly Boast – full
report.

(2.13.05):
British Nationals
: Experience Overcomes Youth; Beachill
and Elriani Bag British Titles. Report
of Finals
,
also
men’s draw, women’s
draw
.

(2.12.05): British Nationals: Waters upsets Macree, Beachill
edges Matthew in 5. Report
of Semifinals
,
also
men’s draw, women’s
draw
.

(2.11.05): British Nationals: Semifinals set; White and
Willstrop advance, Botwright upset in Quarterfinal. Report
of second half of quarterfinals

(2.10.05): British Nationals: Tranfield,
Beachill win. Report of first
half of quarterfinals.
, also men’s
draw
, women’s draw.

(2.9.05):
British Nationals:
Northern
players advance in force. Report
of second round.

John White Announces Move:
Plans relocation to USA within
the next year. Colin McQuillan
reports.

(2.8.05): Briggs Cup Doubles: Waite
& Mudge stay undefeated. Final
Report
British
Nationals:
White
and Beachill advance while Peter Nicol withdraws. Report
of first round.

Briggs
Cup Doubles:
Walker
& Kay’s run comes to an end. Semifinal
Report.

(2.7.05):
British Nationals:
Taylor
qualifies over Whipp. Report
of qualifying finals.

David Palmer and Amr Shbana at World Open 04 Quarters, Doha

DAYTON
ACTION: the Finals,
Audio interviews with Power,
Anjema, Parke, Manning
; and Shabana,
Stoehr, Elriani, Johnson
, (photo © 2005 David Barry)

(2.6.05):
WISPA Vassar:
Grainger
comes from behind to overcome Perry, Final
report
.

PSA & WISPA KL Malaysia:
Nicol
David and Shamsul win in Kuala Lumpur, Final
report,
 WISPA
draw
, PSA draw.

PSA Winnipeg:
Matt
Giuffre to oppose Cameron Pilley in fnail semifinal
round report

and draw.
WISPA Vassar:
Perry
beats Stoehr to oppose Grainger in finals, Semifinal
report
.
Briggs
Cup Doubles:
Seeds
advance, Power/Chaloner lose in 1st round. Quarterfinal
Report.

BPSA
Grantham:
semi finals.
Report

, men’s draw, womens
draw
.

(2.5.05):
PSA& WISPA KL Malaysia:
Amr
Mansi scores successive upset wins, semi
final report.

BPSA
Grantham:
Ross, B Garner,
Meads, Ball advance. Round
of 16 results
.

PSA
Winnipeg:
Lars
Harms keeps going while Giuffre, Galifi win quarterfinal
round report

and draw.

(2.4.05):
WISPA Vassar:
Perry
beats Geaves, Quarterfinal
report
.

College Squash:
Trinity
Score a Comprehensive win over Harverd (report)
in Men’s squash, Harvard women edge Trinity. Report
WISPA
Vassar:
Latasha
Khan, Isabelle Stoehr survive five gamers, First
round report
.
  The
draw
.
PSA Winnipeg:
Lars
Harms beats Shahir Razik in first round 1st
round report


(2.3.05): WISPA Vassar:
American
Hall advances to the 16 person main draw, Day
two qualifying report
.
  The
draw
.
PSA& WISPA KL Malaysia:
Pakistanis
fly in first round, first round
report,
 WISPA
draw
, PSA draw.
PSA
Winnipeg:
Ian
Power and Phillips qualify, qualifying
results


(2.2.05): College Squash:
Harvard
and Trinity in "The Big Game", preview
by Ron Beck
and
heavyweight matchups by
Rob Dinerman.
Merion Cricket Club Women’s Selection Event:
M. Quick edges
L. Hall in Final. Rob
Dinerman Reports.
KL Open:
Five
Malaysian go through in day two qualifying, qualifying
report
.
  WISPA
draw
.

(2.1.05):
WISPA Vassar:
Americans
Hall and Lorentzen advance in first day of qualifying, Day
one qualifying report
.
  The
draw
.
WISPA Kuala Lumpur:
Lee
Hai-Kyung advance, Day one
qualifying results
.
 
PSA World Rankings:
Power
regains top five position Feb
1 2005 rankings
.

David Palmer:
Does
he face more punishment? Martin
Bronstein reports
.

BPSA Scotland:
Artemis
Open, Edinburgh Matthew, Macree
win
.


ISDA Doubles:
The
Briggs Cup at Apawamis (Rye, NY) Event
preview
.


PSA and WSF:
World
Open (Mens) to be turned over to WSF. The
agreement
.

(1.31.05):
WISPA World Rankings:
Omneya
reaches #7. Feb 1
2005 Rankings
.

Dayton EBS Asset Mgmt Open:
Peter
Nicol on his win,
SquashTalk
interview
.
US Mens National Rankings:
Jamie
Crombie climbs to #1, Puertas retains "Grand-Prix" points
lead,
Feb
1 rankings report
.
US Women Selection:
Meredeth
Quick and Louisa Hall reach final,
Sunday
report
.

(1.30.05):Dayton
EBS Asset Mgmt Open:
Nicol
wins 3-0 over Amr Shabana,
Final
report
. , PSA
results.

(1.29.05):Dayton EBS Asset Mgmt Open: Elriani
wins WISPA event: Finals report.
Nicol trounces Darwish, Power retires with back spasms, PSA
Semis report,
also

WISPA results, PSA
results
.
Dayton EBS Asset Mgmt Open:
Men’s PSA quarterfinal
report
; and Women’s WISPA
semi final report
. (Interview with Charile
Johnson
.)

(1.28.05):

Audio Interviews from Dayton:
Simon
Parke, Laurens Jan Anjema, more.

Dayton EBS Asset Mgmt Open:
Anjema Claims another scalp.
Beats John White.- PSA
Draw.
, Isabelle Stoehr beats
R Botwright
, WISPA Draw.

CSA Mens Rankings: Trinity-Harvard-Yale still one,
two, three;
Brown rises to #11

Asian Junior Championships:
Pakistan’s Aamir Atlas Khan
and India’s Chinappa win titles
Wrapup.

(1.27.05):
Dayton EBS Asset Mgmt Open:
Patrick gets big win in 1st
round; Anjema qualifies. Report.

College Squash Big Night: Trinity men
stop Yale; Yale women beat
Trinity … other
results.

David Palmer and Amr Shbana at World Open 04 Quarters, Doha

DUTCH
TREAT: At Chicago,
Holland’s Laurens Jan Anjema (Above) upset
Peter Nicol
; in Dayton,
Anjema defeated John
White
(photo © 2005 Debra Tessier)

(1.26.05):
Windy City Open:
White dominates Shabana for the title,
final
report.
(updated with Phil Yarrow’s report), (draw)
Dayton EBS Asset Mgmt Open: Lorentzen advances
through qualifier. WISPA
Draw.

(1.25.05):
College Squash roundup:
College squash is heading into
the heart of its seasons. Yale
and Trinity set to face-off. , Northwestern wins
Big Ten Championship. Complete weekend
results.
Rochester NY PSA Pro/Am:
Bhattacharya wins, Suchde semi-finalist.
Report and results.

Dayton EBS Asset Mgmt Open:
Biggest ever Dayton event starts
tomorrow. WISPA Draw.
and PSA Draw.

(1.24.05):
Windy City Open:
White
and Shabana through to the finals,
semifinal
report.
, (draw)
WSF: The
WSF Disciplines David Palmer
: Reigning British Open Champ faces
one year hiatus from WSF events.
Talisman Energy PSA Event Calgary: Final
report
: Tommy Berden thrashes Peter Barker for win. (draw)

(1.23.05):
Windy City Open: CANADIAN ROMPS –
Jonathon Power masters
world #1 Lincou quarterfinal
report.
, (draw)
Bronstein’s Global Gallery: Martin Bronstein
on the world of squash. January
’05
.
Greenwich WISPA Open: Elriani beats Abdel
Kawy in final. Report.
Greenwich North Am Open and Selection Event:
Crombie beats
Quick, Waite & Mudge win. Report.

Talisman Energy PSA Event Calgary:
Semi
final round report
: Peter Barker, Tommy Berden set up English-Dutch
finals.
Greenwich WISPA Open: Elriani and Abdel Kawy reach
finals. Draw/results.
College – Big Ten:
Big Ten Championships
semi-finals at Evanston IL.

(1.22.05):
Windy City Open: BIG WIN –
Laurens Jan Anjema upsets Peter
Nicol first round report.

North American Open Doubles:
Semi finals in Greenwich.
Report
.
Windy City Open: Qualifier Parke draws Power (draw);
qualifying final.

Talisman Energy PSA Event Calgary:
Quarterfinal
round report
: Eric Galvez gets big win, Giuffre falls short.
Greenwich WISPA Open: Botwright out at hands of
Waters in Quarters. Draw/results.
William White Invitational: Hardball, doubles,
and softball at Merion. Summary
Report
.

David Palmer and Amr Shbana at World Open 04 Quarters, Doha

At
Richmond Virginia, Shahid Zaman; won
the Virginia Pro Championships
(photo © 2005 Bruce
de Wit)

(1.21.05):
Talisman Energy PSA Event Calgary:

First
round report
from Calgary – Elriani and Galvez steal the show
(draw/results)

(1.20.05):
Windy City Open:
Top world pros get set to begin play
in Chicago (draw);
qualifying day one.
Talisman Energy PSA Event Calgary: Qualifying
rounds report
: Delierre sole Canadian to qualify.

(1.19.05):
ISDA Doubles Boston MA:
Quick
and Gould Fall Short in Finals
: Waite and Mudge escape gauntlet
again.
UK National League: White
beats Beachill but Manchester/Pontefract rolls.


(1.18.05): College Squash Results:
Over
35 contests decided on weekend of Jan 14-16
: Washington, Stanford,
Cal travel east.
Rocafort PSA Open Barcelona: Bhattacharya
beats Badr.

Ontario OUA Showdown: U
Toronto downs Queens in countback
: Women reach 7th successive
OUA College Squash finals, drawing Western Ontario.


(1.17.05): Talisman Energy PSA Event Calgary:
Preview:
Event starts Jan 20th (draw)
Evergreen PSA Pro: Ben
Garner wins in Vancouver
: Giuffre reaches finals.
Liberty Bell WISPA Pro: Rebecca
Botwright wins over Alana Miller
: Louisa Hall scores good win.
Virginia PSA Pro: Final
round report
: Shahid Zaman scores strong win. Draw/results.
(also, quarters report and
semis report)

(1.16.05):
ISDA Doubles Boston MA:
Quick
and Gould Reach Finals
: Butcher and Heath reach semis..

(1.13.05):
Virginia PSA Pro:
First
round report
: Walker and Kenny score upsets. Draw/results.
Upcoming participation events: Haven’t visited
the SquashBuster facility? Second
annual SquashBuster tourney
takes place Jan 28-30. (see complete
calendar)

David Palmer and Amr Shbana at World Open 04 Quarters, Doha

In
New York, The Cummings Cup saw
;
Michelle Quibell win
the womens event
(photo © 2005 U Club NYC)

(1.12.05):
Virginia PSA Pro: Qualifiers
completed
. Draw.

(1.11.05):
Rye NY:
Finals Report:
Power defeats Darwish
in 4. Final
draw
.

(1.10.05):
Rye NY:
Power races to finals. Semifinal
round wrapup
.; PSA draw/results,
WISPA draw/results.
US Pro Doubles, Wilmington: Waite & Mudge
win another title:report,
also Draw/Results.

(1.9.05):
US upcoming events:
PSA pros in Richmond;
WISPA pros in Philadelphia.

(1.8.05):
US Pro Doubles, Wilmington:
favorites advance to semis.
Draw/Results.
Rye NY: Power starts fast in ’05 opener. First
round wrapup
.
Cummings Cup/Ketcham Trophy NYC: New York Holiday
Event men’s quarters/semis – Ferreira tops Illingworth. Men’s
semis results
, and 5.5
results
.

(1.7.05):
US Pro Doubles, Wilmington:
Hosey withdraw as qualifiers
advance. First report.

Cummings Cup/Ketcham Trophy NYC: New York Holiday
Event men’s second round. Men’s
round of 16 results
, and Women’s
1st rd results
, also Doubles
results
, men’s consolation.


David Palmer and Amr Shbana at World Open 04 Quarters, Doha

At
the RSG Beantown Open US Men’s selection event; Preston
Quick defeated Julian Illingworth
(photo © 2004 Vaughn
Winchell, Insight in Action)

(1.6.05):
British Jr Open:
Egypt collects four titles, Pakistan three,
and India one. Final wrapup
.
Cummings Cup/Ketcham Trophy NYC: New York Holiday
Event men’s first round. Men’s
round of 32 results
, and Women’s
Draw & Times
, also Doubles
draw
.

(1.5.05):
PSA:
Thierry Lincou surpasses Lee Beachill as world #1.
Men’s Jan ’05 World
Rankings
.
British Jr Open: Egypt, Pakistan crowd British
Jr Open final berths. Quarterfinal-Semifinal
wrapup
.

(1.4.05):
Cummings Cup NYC:
New York Holiday Event moves to Jan 6-9.
Men’s Draw & Times,
and Women’s Draw & Times.


[Dec
2004 News] (and before)