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  WHAT
WAS NEW SEPT 30 THROUGH DEC 31 2005
 


JAN 1 2006 AND LATER

Job Listings for Squash Pros
Saudi
International $127,000 event
in Al-Khobar
. (© 2005 Fritz Borchert for SquashTalk
LLC) Interview with Power.

(12.31.05):
Scottish Jr Open: In the finals Kumar and Salazar
win titles for the Americas; Final
wrapup and scores
.

(12.29.05):
World Rankings: New regimes at the top: PSA:
Jonathon Power
, Men’s #1; WIPSA:
Nicol David
, Women’s #1.
Scottish Jr Open: Mexicans, Indians, Chinese, Canadians
score semi final wins; Kumar goes for the triple; semi
final wrapup and scores
.

(12.28.05):
San Francisco: University Club of San Francisco
Invitational – dual trophies earned by Amit Sethia; event
wrapup
.
Podcast: Jonathon Power interviewed Dec 28 2005,
by Ron Beck.



Podcast or regular audio:



   (click
arrow to hear interview)
Martin Bronstein: A preview of the PSA 2006 season.




Podcast or regular audio:





(click arrow to listen); also from Bronstein he previews the WISPA
2006 season. Podcast or regular
audio:



  (click
arrow to listen)

(12.24.05):
ISDA Hardball Doubles Update: Waite & Mudge
to skip two January events. Story.
by Rob Dinerman.

(12.22.05):
British Open Rankings: Lee Beachill and Linda Elriani
retain #1 positions. Story.

(12.21.05):
US Junior Open: Final
report:
Kumar beats Siebert again.

(12.20.05):
Saudi International: Final
report
: Power beats Ricketts in 4, returns to #1 after 4 1/2
years: Complete Results.

(12.19.05):
US Junior Open: Semifinal
report
: Four days of intense junior squash wind down in New
Haven.
Saudi International:
Semifinal
report
: Power gets revenge on Matthew: Draw/Results.
WISPA Canary Island: Event
wrapup
: Jenny Duncalf defeats Vicky Botwright.
Squash Business: Engy
Kheirallah signs with SquashPower
: becomes latest signing by
new firm.
BPSA Tour: Artemis
announces sponsorship of Edinburgh, Scotland event
: becomes
largest event on BPSA Grand Prix tour.

(12.18.05):
Saudi International: Quarterfinal
report
: Beachill stopped by Matthew: Draw/Results.

(12.17.05):
Saudi International: Second
round report
: Palmer & Shabana out of the running: Draw/Results.

Hunter
Lott Jr A giant in
Pennsylvania squash
. Article by R Dinerman.
(phto © 2005 UPENN)

(12.16.05):
Saudi International: First
round report
: Beachill ousts Anjema: Draw/Results.
Player Profiles: Carla
Khan
: A unique player, straddling cultural worlds; by Martin
Bronstein.
Doubles: Buffalo
Doubles ’05
: 50th anniversary running of this hardball doubles
event.
Hunter Lott Jr 1914-2005: A
Retrospective
: by Rob Dinerman.

(12.15.05):
Saudi International: World #1 up for grabs: The
Draw
.
Saudi International:
Preview by Team Kneipp: Top
half of the draw
and bottom
half of the draw
.

(12.14.05):
20th World Teams: Final
round
: England beats Egypt, USA beats Scotland for 13th; Complete
results
and main page.

(12.13.05):
20th World Teams: Semi-final round: England
too strong for Canada
, but Power thumps Willstrop; Complete
results
and main page.

Canadian Juniors: Finals
.. West and Kumar win as Ontario takes 6 of eight finals.
USA Five-Man Teams 2005: Event
Report
: Casimir Capital wins – by Dylan Patterson … and background
report
: an event that is showing new signs of growth and strength.

Job Listings for Squash Pros
Casimir
Capital wins the US
Five Man Teams
. (© 2005 Nate Beck for SquashTalk
LLC)

(12.12.05)
Canadian Juniors:
Quarterfinals and semis
.. USA’s Siebert joins Canadians, British, Colombian in Canadian
finals.
20th World Teams: Quarterfinal round: Canada
knocks out Australia
; USA beats Ireland also Medal
round results
and main
page
.
Introducing
Columnist LJ Anjema

LJ Anjema:
In the latest installments of LJ’s
Log:
column, he talks about the "big trip": Travel
Stories II: Easyjet
& Travel
Stories III: A left-behind ticket
. (12.11.05)
20th World Teams: Quarterfinal
Preview
: Team Kneipp analyzes the matchups.
Runa on Tour:
Lowered Standards
and Anonymony of Squash
: Conditions on the road.
20th World Teams:
First
Medal round
: Pakistan shocks NL; also USA upsets Hong Kong;
also Medal round results
and main page.
USA Five-Man Teams: A
and B Draws/and results
: Princeton University falls to the Casimir
Capital pro team 3-2.
Job Listings for Squash Pros(12.10.05)20th
World Teams:
Report
on day three
: Pakistan beats Malaysia; also USA just falls short
again against Finland- Report.
also Medal round draws
and
Final Pool Standings
and main page. (12.9.05)

USA Five-Man Teams:
A and B Draws/Results:
USA Junior teams advance in day one action; also team
rosters
.
20th World Teams:
Report
on day two
: Malaysia beats Scotland; also USA just falls short
against Holland- Report.

College Squash: Weekly team rankings: Men’s
and Women’s.
Tufts Jumbos fall short in upset bid Wednesday. Report
(12.8.05)
20th
World Teams:
Australia stamps on USA in round one play
Report.
20th World Teams: Pool
Analysis by Team Kneipp
: Pool
A
, Pool B,
Pool C, Pool
D
, Pool E,
Pool F .
Montreal Doubles: Report
  Walker and Heath win.
20th World Teams: General
preview by Team Kneipp
(12.6.05)
Bronstein’s
Global Gallery: World
Open Messages; world teams
.
Palmer the model of consistency.

Chicago Pro Event: SSA
sponsorship makes Windy CIty Open USA’s richest event
.
Chicago
grabs bragging rights for January event.
Squash Business: Dunlop
moves to position itself in the USA market
.
re-opens
its own organization in USA.
USA Squash: Gold
Racquet Invitiational, New York
.
Ferreira falls short
in double bid.
Team Kneipp: World
Open Report Card
.
Rating the performances. (12.5.05)

College Squash
Weekend Wrapup: Report.
Penn men take Yale Bulldogs to the brink. Complete weekend
results.

(12.4.05)
World Open Finals:
Report.
Shabana
beats Palmer for #2; David beats R Grinham… Men’s
results
, Women’s results.
Reader Survey: Take
the SquashTalk survey . Help us to improve… tell us what you
want .. win a Prince O3 racquet!

World
Open: Finals –
Nicol David wins in Hong Kong (© 2005 Fritz Borchert
for SquashTalk LLC)

(12.3.05)
World Open Semis:
Report.
Shabana
beats Nicol; David beats Atkinson … Men’s
results
, Women’s results.(12.2.05)

World Open Quarters:
Report.
Power
and Lincou go down … Men’s
results
, Women’s results
USA Squash: National
Five-Man Teams Preview
. Top men’s teams compete in New Haven
Dec 9-11.
College Squash: Northeastern
meets Amherst
. Traditional powerhouse travels to new upstart
program. (12.1.05)
Qatar:
Report
Card
. By Team Kneipp
World Open Photos:
Round
of 16 men
Round
of 16 women
.
World Open Round of 16: Report.
Only one upset (Perry def Duncalf) in 16 matches … Men’s
results
, Women’s results

(11.30.05)
World Open Photos:
Day two men
day two women.

World Open: Day Two

Day two report, Palmer,
Power, Ricketts, Atkinson advance.
World Women’s Rankings:

December 1 ranking,
Vanessa Atkinson is the new world #1.
World Open:

Women’s Preview, Three
frontrunners, three leading dark-horse candidates.

World
Open: First day, Tuesday
– Annelize Naude advances in Hong Kong (© 2005 Alex Wan
for SquashTalk LLC)

(11.29.05)
World Open: day
one

Men’s results, Women’s
results
: Malik ousts a slumping Kitchen report
and photos
.
College Squash: First
05-06 Rankings

winter campaign is still in its early days.
Personal Interest: Cassie
(Jackman) Thomas gives birth

daughter born Nov 21st. (11.28.05)
World
Open Preview: Top
Half of Men’s Draw
and
Bottom Half of
Men’s draw

by Team Kneipp.
Commentary: Willstrop’s
Finest Hour

by Martin Bronstein.
World Open: Day Two
Qualifying

Razik and Reta sole Americas survivors.
Buenos Aires : Finals

— Rodriguez wins
first PSA title.

(11.27.05)
Traveling: Joe
Kneipp’s Schedule

The time flies…
L J Anjema: Travel Stories.

World Open: Day One
Qualifying

Razik and Reta sole Americas survivors.
Qatar Classic WISPA and PSA:
Finals
Report
: Vanessa Atkinson and James Willstrop Score wins. Men’s
results and Women’s results.

Cambridge Club Doubles: Report

— Mudge and Price
defend their title.
Buenos Aires : Semis

— Rodriguez and
Golan reach finals.

Qatar:
Finals, Monday
– Vanessa Atkinson blasts to big win (© 2005 Fritz Borchert
for SquashTalk LLC)

(11.26.05)
Qatar Classic
WISPA and PSA
:
Semifinals:
Vicky Botwright upsets Nicol David. Report
and photos
. Men’s results
and Women’s results. Tortuga
Open PSA, Argentina:
  Quarters
. Rodriguez win by upset of Alarcon. (11.25.05) Qatar
Classic WISPA and PSA:
Quarterfinals:
Lincou & Palmer win five game nailbiters. V Botwright ousts
R Grinham- Report. Men’s
results and Women’s results.
Tortuga Open PSA, Argentina: First
Round
. Galvez and Golan advance.

(11.24.05)
HAPPY THANKSGIVING from SquashTalk

Qatar Classic WISPA and PSA: Report
of
the round of 16: Power, Nicol, Shabana out. – Men’s results
and Women’s results Beachill
out.
Tortuga Open PSA, Argentina: Qualifying
. Top level squash returns to Argentina.
(11.23.05)
Qatar Classic WISPA and PSA: Report
of
Men’s Second Day – Women’s First Round, Men’s results
and Women’s results. Beachill
out.
LJ Anjema: In the third installment of LJ’s
Log:
column, he talks about the
US Open Hospitality.
Europe Jr Circuit: Hoevenaars, Hruzikova win
Report and results.
College Squash: U Toronto score wins over Queens
and McMaster – Report.

New
York Lifts Trophy: 2005
Derek Sword Matches
– London team travels to New York
(© 2005 SquashTalk LLC)

(11.22.05)
New York – London:
Derek Sword Trophy
2005
– New York wins.
Qatar Classic WISPA and PSA:
Men’s
First Round
– Women’s Qualifying
Final
– Men’s Main draw
and Women’s main draw.
Hardball Doubles: Jimmy
Dunn Doubles Recap
– Coleman and Devoy win. (11.21.05)

Qatar Classic
WISPA and PSA:
Men’s
Qualifying final
– Women’s Qualifying
first round
– Men’s Main draw

Liberty League Championships (US College):
Wrapup
– St Lawrence over Hobart, Wm Smith in womens.
Florida State Open WISPA : Finals
– Geaves defeats Briggs in Miami finals.
Nairobi Open PSA : Wrapup
– Gavin Jones beats the field in Nairobi, Kenya.
Brixia, IT Open PSA Satellite: Finals
– Badr Abdel Aziz beats Patrick Gaessler.(11.20.05)

Qatar Open PSA
and WISPA :
Preview of the men’s event by Team Kneipp:
Top Half Preview
and Bottom Half
Preview.

Florida State Open WISPA : Semis
– Geaves and Briggs reach finals.

(11.19.05)
Malaysian Open
Squash:
Finals
– Ong Beng Hee and Wael El Hindi win in semis. Results.

CSA Intercollegiate Squash: Weekend
Results – Liberty League, first Ivy weekend, others …
Florida State Open WISPA : Quarters
– Geaves over de Rycke
Brixia, IT Open PSA Satellite: Semis
– Gaessler surges through draw to finals.

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

(11.18.05)
Malaysian Open
Squash:
Semis
– Ong Beng Hee and Wael El Hindi win in semis. Results.

LJ Anjema: Predicting
Performance
– second in a series
of columns.
College CSA : Big Ten Tournament – Northwestern
wins – story.
London, UK : Cacaphony
of the Lambs
– latest on the saga of the Lamb’s Club by Martin
Bronstein.
Historical: A
History of Squash at Phillips Exeter Academy
– by Rob Dinerman.
(11.17.05)
Malaysian
Open Squash:
Quarters
– Ong Beng Hee and Azland Iskandar to meet in semis top half.
Saudi Arabia Open Squash: Qualifier
– Anjema and Boswell pace Saudi qualifier for December event.
Malaysian Open Squash:
First
round
– Ong Beng Hee and Azland Iskandar advance. (11.16.05)

San Francisco:
Weekend:
Shahier wraps up North American Open, Ming Tsai
and Mark Talbott to play and cook squash on Nov 17th. report
and results.
CNS Invitational: Finals report:
Kemp beats Amjad Khan in Karachi finals. Results.
Haverford: New Squash Center Opens in Pennsylvania:
Women
inaugurate courts – story;
men kick off with Stanford-Haverford matchup – story.

ISDA Doubles: Toronto report:
Waite and Mudge reverse prior weekend’s result against
Quick and Gould.
Hardball Squash: Cardinal Open report:
Patrick Chifunda wins Washington DC area pro event.
UK Premier League Round
5 report
:
Pontefract wins as Beachill beats Palmer
and Ricketts beats Matthew.
Squash Business: Dunlop North America reorganizes,
terminates distribution agreement with Focus Golf for squash: story(11.15.05)

Martin Bronstein:
November Global Gallery
Greasy wall … other notes from the US Open.
El Weleily & Chinappa:
championning social consciousness
and rights for women. Profile
from Martin Bronstein
.
CNS Invitational: Semis report:
A surging Amjad Khan reaches Karachi finals. Results.

Runa Reta: In Goshen Indiana:
a unique tour event in
a home in the midwestern USA. Runa’s
Report
. (11.14.05)
CNS
Invitational: Quarters report:
Amjad Khan reaches Karachi semis. Results.

Maine Open: Wrapup
— Weisskopf wins over Semprucci.
Weekend College Squash Wrapup:
Big Ten Championships in
Evanston and Navy Round Robin at Annapolis —
results.
Atlanta Master: Finals: v Engy Kehirallah runs
over Latasha Khan, Report
and Scores.
Doubles: Silver Racquet Invitational report:
Morrison and Ferreira win. (11.13.05)

CNS Invitational:
First round report:
Zamans
suffer upset losses.
Atlanta Master: Semis: Latasha and Engy Kehirallah
win in five, Scores.

Baltimore City Open: Finals report:
Gavin Jones wins, beating Ben Garner. Scores.
(11.12.05)
Monte
Carlo Open: Finals report:
Vanessa Atkinston defeats Madeline Perry in straight games.

Baltimore City Open: Semis report:
Gavin Jones stops Alister Walker. Scores.

Atlanta Master: Quarters: Latasha leads charge
in Atlanta. Report, Scores.
(11.11.05)

Monte Carlo Open: Semis results:
Atkinston and Perry race into finals on the Riviera.
Baltimore City Open: Quarters report:
All British Semi finals set up.
Atlanta Masters: First round report:
all seeds advance in Atlanta women’s pro event.
Squash Business: David Palmer gets into the DVD
business: releases new inspirational DVD: story(11.10.05)

Monte Carlo Open:
Quarters report:
Atkinston
stifles Stoehr, Perry survives knee gash.
Vancouver BC:
High-powered high-class new Squash Event
slated for Vancouver on Dec 29-31. Event
announcement
.
Baltimore City PSA Open: First round report:
New column from LJ Anjema: In the inaugural LJ’s
Log:
column, he talks about the mercurial Billy
Haddrell.
John White Signing: Top-ten pro John White
signs with SquashPower Management Company release
Squash Jobs: New listings in Cleveland, Boston,
NYC jobs:(11.9.05)

Monte Carlo Open:
First round results:
Atkinston-Stoehr rematch set up for quarters.
Qualifying finals report

Big Apple ISDA Doubles: Finals – Dinerman’s
report
: Quick and Gould win in a big upset.
US Open Boston: Pro Interviews from Boston – audio
interviews
: Beachill, Ricketts, Botwright, Kitchen, more..
final photos- men, women.

Baltimore City PSA Open: Qualifier report:
Price Bullington Open: Suchde wins intercollegiate
pre-season invitational results:

(11.8.05)
Finals- report
: Vicky Botwright puts up stiff resistance but falls to #4 Natalie
Grinham. Beachill edges Palmer.

Weymuller
’05 : Nicol David wins
and Sunday photos.
Photo © 2005 Debra Tessier

(11.7.05) US
Open Boston:
Semi finals- report
: Superlative squash marks Beachill-Matthew and Palmer-Ricketts
contests. photos: men I,
II, women
European Nations Cup: Finals report
Slovakian men, Norwegian Women win gold.
Vancouver PSA:
Finals report
and results (11.6.05)US
Open Boston:
Quarterfinals- quarters
women
. and quarters men.
photos I, II
, III
US Open Boston:
Interviews




Cameron Pilley (click to start interview)





Natalie Grinham (click to start interview)




Joey Barrington (click to start interview)

WISPA Los Angeles: New Showcase event announced
report .
Big Apple ISDA Doubles: Semi finals – Dinerman’s
report
: Quick and Gould reach finals; Quarter finals – Horler
and Hosey reach finals – report

Vancouver PSA: Semi finals report
and results(11.5.05)
US Open Boston:
first round second day – mens
report
and womens report.

Squash Business:
Jonathon Power and associates launch integrated
marketing firm – SquashPower
launched
Exeter NH: New Fisher squash facility dedicated
Report
Vancouver PSA: Quarterfinals report
and results(11.4.05)
US Open Boston:
first round first day – mens
report
and womens report.

College Squash:
U Rochester in Cleveland report
Vancouver PSA: First round report
and results(11.3.05)
US Open Boston:
final qualifying report:
women’s draw/results.
and men’s draw/results.
ACT Canberra:
Barker wins title report

Vancouver BC PSA: Berg fails to qualify qualifying
report
World PSA Rankings: Ricketts moves to #3 November
Men’s rankings

World WISPA Rankings: November
Women’s rankings
(11.2.05) US Open Boston: men’s
qualifier begins first day report
Barrington hobbled; Anjema puts out Illingowrth: women’s draw/results.
and men’s draw/results.
US Open Boston:
Men’s and Women’s pro qualifying begins
today. Draws and information.

Pan Am Teams: Brazil and USA win titles report
(11.1.05)
College
Squash:
Naval Academy Takes on Chicago story
, weekend results.

Howe Cup Philadelphia:
Philadelphia teams sweep all divisions
recap (10.31.05)
Motor City Open, Detroit:
Power defeats White handily in
finals report and
complete results.
Goshen Open, Indiana: Suzie Pierrepont collects
first pro title, finals report
and complete results.

Saskatoon "Boast" Open: Finals – Borje
Golan wins Saskatchewan title. Report(10.30.05)

Weymuller Open,
Brooklyn:
Finals – Nicol David wins. report,
final photogallery.
Motor City Open, Detroit: Power and White reach
finals semis report .
Pan Am Fed Cup Teams: Quarters: USA Teams advance.
USA Report
Goshen Open, Indiana: Kippax and Pierrepont reach
finals, semis report .
Saskatoon "Boast" Open: Semifinals –
Golan and Kenny are winners. Report
Weymuller Open, Brooklyn: Semis – Grinham and David
through. report. semi
photogallery.
(10.29.05)
Weymuller
Open, Brooklyn:
Quarters – Isabelle has her day beating
Atkinson. Report  and
results.
Saskatoon "Boast" Open: Quarterfinals.
Report (10.28.05)

US Open, Boston:
Daniel Sharplin wins local Prequalifier. Results
.
Weymuller Open, Brooklyn:
First round thursday. Report
 and day one photogallery.

Pan Am Fed Cup Singles: Alana Miller and Eric Galvez
win. Final report .

Motor City Open, Detroit: Power and White on track
first round results .(10.27.05)

Pan Am Fed Cup
Teams:
Pools action begins. First
session news flash
.
US Open, Boston: Preview. By
Martin Bronstein
.
Weymuller Open, Brooklyn:
Pittock, Briggs, Martin, L Khan
qualify. Report.
Motor City Open, Detroit: Qualifying final . results
.
Saskatoon "Boast" Open: Qualifiers completed
in Saskatchewan. Results
and main draw
.
Pan Am Fed Cup Single: Mexicans dominate semi final
action . Report on quarters
and semis
.

(10.26.05)
Weymuller Open,
Brooklyn:
Latasha Khan advances in qualifying action. Report.

Pan Am Fed Cup Single: Mexicans, Americans emerge
in round of 16. Report on
rounds 1-3
.
College Squash: Jackie Bagwell steps down after
a successful 18 year coaching career at Hamilton and Amherst. Story
. Also, 05-06 college
team profiles.

British
Open ’05 : Ricketts
and David win
and Tuesday
photos
. Photo © 2005 Fritz Borchert

(10.25.05)
Sponsorship: Nicol
David signs with Prince press
release.
. Also see business
news index. (10.24.05)
Hedonism
II Open, Jamaica:
Final report.
. Grinham defeats Kawy in four.
Oceania Games: Papua New Guinea Collects Dual Golds.
Final Report.
Cadillac PSA Athen Open, Greece: Hisham wins battle
of brothers in finals. Final
Report
. (10.23.05) Goodlife PSA Open, Ottawa: Final
round report.
Kemp
defeats Jones in final. Complete
draw
.
Hedonism II Open, Jamaica:
Semi final report.
. Grinham and Kawy waltz into finals.
Goodlife PSA Open, Ottawa:
Semi final round report.
Jones outlasts
Razik in 106 minutes.
Cadillac PSA Athen Open, Greece: Ashour brothers
to meet in finals. Semi
final Recap
. (10.22.05)

Hedonism II Open, Jamaica:
Quarterfinal report.
. Geaves over Perry.
Goodlife PSA Open, Ottawa:
Quarterfinal round recap.
Selby reaches
semis. (10.21.05)

Hedonism II Open, Jamaica:
First round recap.
. Grinham, Kawy advance.
Cadillac PSA Athen Open, Greece:
Ashour brothers win in
quarters. Quarterfinal Recap.

Goodlife PSA Open, Ottawa:
First round recap.
Razik advances,
Caruthers beats Hassaan. Main
draw
. (10.20.05)
Hedonism
II Open, Jamaica:
Final qualifying recap.
. Latasha
Khan faces Runa Reta in first round. Main
draw
.
Cadillac PSA Athen Open, Greece: First round sees
Ashours advance. 1st Round
Recap
.
Goodlife PSA Open, Ottawa: Final qualifying round
recap.

Upsets mark final qualifying play.
Hedonism II Open, Jamaica: First qualifying round
recap.

. Rachael Grinham head the Main
draw
.

(10.19.05)
Runa Reta Column:
A precarious balance Training
and competing
, also see Runa’s prior
columns.
Canary Wharf Classic: 2006 Event will be Feb 13-17
with PSA ranking points. News
Release
.
Pan Am Fed Cup: Twice-delayed event now set for
El Salvador Oct 24-28 preview.

British
Open ’05 : Willstrop
reaches finals
and Sunday
photos
. Photo © 2005 Fritz Borchert

(10.18.05)
Maryland ISDA
Doubles:
Finals wrapup.,
Quick and Gould lose to Waite and Mudge in three.
Goodlife PSA Open, Ottawa: First qualifying round
results.

Robin Clarke advances. (10.17.05) British Open: Finals,
Nicol David wins to become Malaysia’s first British Open Champions.
Anthony Ricketts wins men’s title.
Finals preview,
very upredictable matchups.
Calgary Open: Finals: Runa too good wrapup.
Maryland ISDA Doubles: Semis wrapup.,
Quick and Gould to meet Waite and Mudge. Quarters.
(10.16.05)
2005
British Open:
semifinals report
, Nicol David beats Rachael Grinham. Power, Nicol out.
Calgary Open: Semis: Runa stops Lorentzen wrapup.
Quarters: Lorentzen leads upsets wrapup.
(10.15.05)
Calgary
Open:
First round wrapup.
2005 British Open: quarterfinals report
, Power, Nicol, Willstrop, Grinhams, David all win. (10.14.05)

Ireland: Irish
preview.
2005 British Open:
Round of 16, bottom half report
Atkinson, Beachill, Grainger lose; and mens
draw
, womens draw:
David Palmer out at hands of Ong Beng Hee. Also Thursday
photos
by Fritz Borchert. (10.13.05)

Ireland: Irish
preview.
2005 British Open:
Mens second round, womens 1st round
report and mens
draw
, womens draw:
Nicol, Grinham, David all advance.

(10.12.05)
2005 British Open:
Completion of suspended first round, report
.

British
Open ’05 : Palmer-Hee
match suspended
and Thursday
photos
. Photo © 2005 Fritz Borchert

(10.11.05)
2005 British Open:
Mens first round, report
and draw: Gough Upsets
Kneipp. (10.10.05)
2005
British Open:
Qualifying day two, report
and mens and womens
draw: Boswell is in.
PSA Baltimore Open: Razik beats Jenson in five-game
final. Finals report .(10.9.05)

2005 British Open:
Qualifying day one, report
and mens and womens
draws.
PSA Baltimore Open: Razik and Jenson, will meet
in Sunday’s final. Quarters/semis
report
.(10.8.05)
PSA
Baltimore Open:
Top seeds, Razik and Jenson, advance.
First Round
.(10.7.05)
Denver
Doubles:
Butcher and Heath win the Monticello Open Tournament
report
(10.5.05)
Global
Gallery:
Martin Bronstein’s October
Column
on Tania Bailey, Hong Kong, more. (10.4.05)

Opinion: As
we prepare for the British Open
2005, it’s stature is at risk. Commentary.

World Rankings: Jonathon Power advances to #2 PSA
Rankings
. Natalie Grainger reclaims #4
WISPA Rankings
.(10.3.05)
Yokohama
WISPA Open:
V Botwright beats Chui in Final.
Finals wrapup
.(10.2.05)
Hungarian
Open Final:
Shabana defeats Gaultier in five games. Final
report
. – results.
Yokohama WISPA Open:
Chui upsets Perry in semis.
Semis wrapup
.
Hungarian Open:
Gaultier, Shabana beat Nicol, Willstrop.
Semi final round, –
draw.(10.1.05)

Hungarian Open:
Shabana defeats Darwish.
Quarterfinal round
, – draw.
Yokohama WISPA Open: Jaclyn Hawkes of New Zealand
scores two upsets. 1st/Quarters
wrapup
.

 

Weymuller
’05 : Nicol David wins
and Sunday photos.
Photo © 2005 Debra Tessier

(11.9.05)
Monte Carlo Open:
First round results:
Atkinston-Stoehr rematch set up for quarters.
Qualifying finals report

Big Apple ISDA Doubles: Finals – Dinerman’s
report
: Quick and Gould win in a big upset.
US Open Boston: Pro Interviews from Boston – audio
interviews
: Beachill, Ricketts, Botwright, Kitchen, more..
final photos- men, women.

Baltimore City PSA Open: Qualifier report:
Price Bullington Open: Suchde wins intercollegiate
pre-season invitational results:

(11.8.05)
Finals- report
: Vicky Botwright puts up stiff resistance but falls to #4 Natalie
Grinham. Beachill edges Palmer. (11.7.05) US Open Boston:
Semi finals- report
: Superlative squash marks Beachill-Matthew and Palmer-Ricketts
contests. photos: men I,
II, women
European Nations Cup: Finals report
Slovakian men, Norwegian Women win gold.
Vancouver PSA:
Finals report
and results (11.6.05)US
Open Boston:
Quarterfinals- quarters
women
. and quarters men.
photos I, II
, III
US Open Boston:
Interviews




Cameron Pilley (click to start interview)





Natalie Grinham (click to start interview)




Joey Barrington (click to start interview)
WISPA Los Angeles: New Showcase event announced
report .
Big Apple ISDA Doubles: Semi finals – Dinerman’s
report
: Quick and Gould reach finals; Quarter finals – Horler
and Hosey reach finals – report

Vancouver PSA: Semi finals report
and results



(11.5.05) US Open Boston: first round second day
mens report and womens
report
.
Squash Business:
Jonathon Power and associates launch integrated
marketing firm – SquashPower
launched
Exeter NH: New Fisher squash facility dedicated
Report
Vancouver PSA: Quarterfinals report
and results(11.4.05)
US Open Boston:
first round first day – mens
report
and womens report.

College Squash:
U Rochester in Cleveland report
Vancouver PSA: First round report
and results(11.3.05)
US Open Boston:
final qualifying report:
women’s draw/results.
and men’s draw/results.
ACT Canberra:
Barker wins title report

Vancouver BC PSA: Berg fails to qualify qualifying
report
World PSA Rankings: Ricketts moves to #3 November
Men’s rankings

World WISPA Rankings: November
Women’s rankings
(11.2.05) US Open Boston: men’s
qualifier begins first day report
Barrington hobbled; Anjema puts out Illingowrth: women’s draw/results.
and men’s draw/results.
US Open Boston:
Men’s and Women’s pro qualifying begins
today. Draws and information.

Pan Am Teams: Brazil and USA win titles report
(11.1.05)
College
Squash:
Naval Academy Takes on Chicago story
, weekend results.

Howe Cup Philadelphia:
Philadelphia teams sweep all divisions
recap (10.31.05)
Motor City Open, Detroit:
Power defeats White handily in
finals report and
complete results.
Goshen Open, Indiana: Suzie Pierrepont collects
first pro title, finals report
and complete results.

Saskatoon "Boast" Open: Finals – Borje
Golan wins Saskatchewan title. Report(10.30.05)

Weymuller Open,
Brooklyn:
Finals – Nicol David wins. report,
final photogallery.
Motor City Open, Detroit: Power and White reach
finals semis report .
Pan Am Fed Cup Teams: Quarters: USA Teams advance.
USA Report
Goshen Open, Indiana: Kippax and Pierrepont reach
finals, semis report .
Saskatoon "Boast" Open: Semifinals –
Golan and Kenny are winners. Report
Weymuller Open, Brooklyn: Semis – Grinham and David
through. report. semi
photogallery.
(10.29.05)
Weymuller
Open, Brooklyn:
Quarters – Isabelle has her day beating
Atkinson. Report  and
results.
Saskatoon "Boast" Open: Quarterfinals.
Report (10.28.05)

US Open, Boston:
Daniel Sharplin wins local Prequalifier. Results
.
Weymuller Open, Brooklyn:
First round thursday. Report
 and day one photogallery.

Pan Am Fed Cup Singles: Alana Miller and Eric Galvez
win. Final report .

Motor City Open, Detroit: Power and White on track
first round results .(10.27.05)

Pan Am Fed Cup
Teams:
Pools action begins. First
session news flash
.
US Open, Boston: Preview. By
Martin Bronstein
.
Weymuller Open, Brooklyn:
Pittock, Briggs, Martin, L Khan
qualify. Report.
Motor City Open, Detroit: Qualifying final . results
.
Saskatoon "Boast" Open: Qualifiers completed
in Saskatchewan. Results
and main draw
.
Pan Am Fed Cup Single: Mexicans dominate semi final
action . Report on quarters
and semis
.

(10.26.05)
Weymuller Open,
Brooklyn:
Latasha Khan advances in qualifying action. Report.

Pan Am Fed Cup Single: Mexicans, Americans emerge
in round of 16. Report on
rounds 1-3
.
College Squash: Jackie Bagwell steps down after
a successful 18 year coaching career at Hamilton and Amherst. Story
. Also, 05-06 college
team profiles.

British
Open ’05 : Ricketts
and David win
and Tuesday
photos
. Photo © 2005 Fritz Borchert

(10.25.05)
Sponsorship: Nicol
David signs with Prince press
release.
. Also see business
news index. (10.24.05)
Hedonism
II Open, Jamaica:
Final report.
. Grinham defeats Kawy in four.
Oceania Games: Papua New Guinea Collects Dual Golds.
Final Report.
Cadillac PSA Athen Open, Greece: Hisham wins battle
of brothers in finals. Final
Report
. (10.23.05) Goodlife PSA Open, Ottawa: Final
round report.
Kemp
defeats Jones in final. Complete
draw
.
Hedonism II Open, Jamaica:
Semi final report.
. Grinham and Kawy waltz into finals.
Goodlife PSA Open, Ottawa:
Semi final round report.
Jones outlasts
Razik in 106 minutes.
Cadillac PSA Athen Open, Greece: Ashour brothers
to meet in finals. Semi
final Recap
. (10.22.05)

Hedonism II Open, Jamaica:
Quarterfinal report.
. Geaves over Perry.
Goodlife PSA Open, Ottawa:
Quarterfinal round recap.
Selby reaches
semis. (10.21.05)

Hedonism II Open, Jamaica:
First round recap.
. Grinham, Kawy advance.
Cadillac PSA Athen Open, Greece:
Ashour brothers win in
quarters. Quarterfinal Recap.

Goodlife PSA Open, Ottawa:
First round recap.
Razik advances,
Caruthers beats Hassaan. Main
draw
. (10.20.05)
Hedonism
II Open, Jamaica:
Final qualifying recap.
. Latasha
Khan faces Runa Reta in first round. Main
draw
.
Cadillac PSA Athen Open, Greece: First round sees
Ashours advance. 1st Round
Recap
.
Goodlife PSA Open, Ottawa: Final qualifying round
recap.

Upsets mark final qualifying play.
Hedonism II Open, Jamaica: First qualifying round
recap.

. Rachael Grinham head the Main
draw
.

(10.19.05)
Runa Reta Column:
A precarious balance Training
and competing
, also see Runa’s prior
columns.
Canary Wharf Classic: 2006 Event will be Feb 13-17
with PSA ranking points. News
Release
.
Pan Am Fed Cup: Twice-delayed event now set for
El Salvador Oct 24-28 preview.

British
Open ’05 : Willstrop
reaches finals
and Sunday
photos
. Photo © 2005 Fritz Borchert

(10.18.05)
Maryland ISDA
Doubles:
Finals wrapup.,
Quick and Gould lose to Waite and Mudge in three.
Goodlife PSA Open, Ottawa: First qualifying round
results.

Robin Clarke advances. (10.17.05) British Open: Finals,
Nicol David wins to become Malaysia’s first British Open Champions.
Anthony Ricketts wins men’s title.
Finals preview,
very upredictable matchups.
Calgary Open: Finals: Runa too good wrapup.
Maryland ISDA Doubles: Semis wrapup.,
Quick and Gould to meet Waite and Mudge. Quarters.
(10.16.05)
2005
British Open:
semifinals report
, Nicol David beats Rachael Grinham. Power, Nicol out.
Calgary Open: Semis: Runa stops Lorentzen wrapup.
Quarters: Lorentzen leads upsets wrapup.
(10.15.05)
Calgary
Open:
First round wrapup.
2005 British Open: quarterfinals report
, Power, Nicol, Willstrop, Grinhams, David all win. (10.14.05)

Ireland: Irish
preview.
2005 British Open:
Round of 16, bottom half report
Atkinson, Beachill, Grainger lose; and mens
draw
, womens draw:
David Palmer out at hands of Ong Beng Hee. Also Thursday
photos
by Fritz Borchert. (10.13.05)

Ireland: Irish
preview.
2005 British Open:
Mens second round, womens 1st round
report and mens
draw
, womens draw:
Nicol, Grinham, David all advance.

(10.12.05)
2005 British Open:
Completion of suspended first round, report
.

British
Open ’05 : Palmer-Hee
match suspended
and Thursday
photos
. Photo © 2005 Fritz Borchert

(10.11.05)
2005 British Open:
Mens first round, report
and draw: Gough Upsets
Kneipp. (10.10.05)
2005
British Open:
Qualifying day two, report
and mens and womens
draw: Boswell is in.
PSA Baltimore Open: Razik beats Jenson in five-game
final. Finals report .(10.9.05)

2005 British Open:
Qualifying day one, report
and mens and womens
draws.
PSA Baltimore Open: Razik and Jenson, will meet
in Sunday’s final. Quarters/semis
report
.(10.8.05)
PSA
Baltimore Open:
Top seeds, Razik and Jenson, advance.
First Round
.(10.7.05)
Denver
Doubles:
Butcher and Heath win the Monticello Open Tournament
report
(10.5.05)
Global
Gallery:
Martin Bronstein’s October
Column
on Tania Bailey, Hong Kong, more. (10.4.05)

Opinion: As
we prepare for the British Open
2005, it’s stature is at risk. Commentary.

World Rankings: Jonathon Power advances to #2 PSA
Rankings
. Natalie Grainger reclaims #4
WISPA Rankings
.(10.3.05)
Yokohama
WISPA Open:
V Botwright beats Chui in Final.
Finals wrapup
.(10.2.05)
Hungarian
Open Final:
Shabana defeats Gaultier in five games. Final
report
. – results.
Yokohama WISPA Open:
Chui upsets Perry in semis.
Semis wrapup
.
Hungarian Open:
Gaultier, Shabana beat Nicol, Willstrop.
Semi final round, –
draw.(10.1.05)

Hungarian Open:
Shabana defeats Darwish.
Quarterfinal round
, – draw.
Yokohama WISPA Open: Jaclyn Hawkes of New Zealand
scores two upsets. 1st/Quarters
wrapup
.

(9.30.05) Hungarian Open: White, Zaman suffer upsets.
First round, – draw.
Alexandria WISPA Open: Egypt guaranteed a finalist
in Alexandria. Semifinal
wrapup
.
Yokohama WISPA Open: Japanese, Korean qualify.
Qualifyingl wrapup.