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  WHAT
WAS NEW JAN 1 THROUGH JULY 15 2006
 

July
15, 2006 and later

Virginia Pro Finals
World
Jr Men. (Opening
ceremonies
) and main page.
(photo ©Squash NZ )

(7.16.06) Tribute
to a great competitor:
Martin
Bronstein pays tribute to Linda Elriani
. She retires to take
up Greenwich CT coaching post.
World
Jr Men:
The Opening Ceremony.
A crowd of 900 opens the games
. Play Starts monday.

(7.14.06) English
Open:
Entries close for Sheffield Event. Story.
World
Jr Men:
The USA
Team in New Zealand: players
report
, coaches
report
.
World of Squash: Former Champ Jansher lands in jail. Link
to news story.

Jobs: Pro
jobs exchange
. The latest positions advertised.

(7.13.06) World
Jr Men:
Event Preview:
The New Zealand Squash Legacy
.
By Peter Bidwell.

(7.12.06) World
Jr Men:
US team arrives
in New Zealand
. Coaches notes.
Euro Jr Circuit:
Low, Rosner win German
Jr Open titles
. Seeding fall in major jr event.

(7.11.06) PSA
Tour:
College stars
make pro debuts
. El Halaby and Illingworth set for summer
appearances on tour.

(7.10.06) Jobs: Pro
jobs exchange
. New position advertised at Scottish Squash.

(7.9.06) Hyderabad: Qatar
Airways Finals
. Rachael Grinham starts fast but Nicol
David wins match, tourney, and world #1 ranking.

World
Jrs, New Zealand:
USA team
trains in Boston over July
4th. USA
team update: 2 weeks to go
,
Trevor McGuinness reports.

Virginia Pro Finals
Nicol
David Hoists the Qatar Airlines Challenge Trophy. (Latest
Report
) and complete draw.
(photo © Alex Wan)

(7.8.06) Hyderabad: Qatar
Airways Semi finals
. Rachael Grinham and Nicol David win
semis battles.

(7.7.06) Hyderabad: Qatar
Airways Quarterfinals
. Grinham sisters to face off in
semis.
CSA College Squash:
Naval Academy
announces Recruits
. Nils Mattsson leads strong Plebe group.

WISPA Tour: New
Events Announced for August Calendar
. New events in Washington
DC, Penang, Malaysia. Also: Draws for Kuala
Lumpur
and Hong Kong events.

(7.6.06) Hyderabad: Qatar
Airways Round of 16
. Favorites survive some close shaves.

World
Jrs, New Zealand:
USA team goes into final
training push USA
team update: 3 weeks to go
, Trevor McGuinness
reports.

(7.5.06) Hyderabad: Qatar
Airways First Round
. Fernandes knocks out Naude.

(7.4.06) Happy
4th of July, 2006!
Hyderabad:
Qatar Airways Challenge
Qualifying
. C Khan, Reta, Chinappa qualify.

Virginia Pro Finals
Natalie
Grinham starts Hyderabad campaign with win over Chuah
. (Latest
Report
) and complete draw.
(photo © Alex Wan)

(7.3.06) Hyderabad: Qatar
Airways Challenge Update
. Atkinson withdraws on eve of
event with back ailment.

World
Jrs, New Zealand:
Egypt and Pakistan top
team seedings World
Jrs Team Seedings
,USA 14th in 19 team
field.

(7.2.06) USA
Rankings:
July Prince-SquashTalk USA
Men’s Rankings
. Illingworth takes top spot in July 1st
USA rankings.
Australia:
Boswell upsets Palmer in
Adelaide
. World # 14 wins nonranking event.

(7.1.06) World
Rankings
. July
PSA Rankings
: Shabana stays at #1; July
WISPA Rankings
: Bailey gains to #8.

(6.30.06) Hyderabad: Bronstein
Handicaps Hyderabad
. Slight edge to David; Grinham, Kawy,
Bailey the wildcards.
Hyderabad:
Qatar Airways Challenge
Preview
. Atkinson and David face off. Qualifying
lineup
and also the main draw.

Virginia Pro Finals
Boswell
wins Aussie Open. (Report )
and moves to #14
for July
. (photo © Debra Tessier )

(6.29.06) Adelaide: Australian
Womens Open Finals
. Kasey Brown earns title in one hour
final.
Hardball Doubles: USSRA
sets fall event
.invites recent college graduates.

(6.28.06) World
Jrs, New Zealand:
England Team announced World
Jrs England Team

,led by Joe Lee.
Malaysia announces Malaysian
contingent
.
Adelaide: Australian
Womens Open Semis
. Third & Fourth seeds to contest
finals.

(6.27.06) Adelaide: Australian
Womens Open Quarters
. Camilleri knocks out Martin.

World
Jrs, New Zealand:
Singles draw announced World
Jrs Draw
, with
world #20 Ramy Ashour a prohibitive favorite
to repeat title.

Media: BBC
Confirms TV coverage of Mamut English Open
. field still uncertain
for August event.

(6.26.06) Adelaide: Australian
Womens Open First Round
. top seeds move into quarters.

Jobs Exchange: New
job listings
. in Baltimore, Medford MA, New York, Philadelphia.
Greece: Greek Open
Recap
. Jonathon Kemp wins new $10K event.
MDO Open, Brasilia:
Finals. Alarcon
and wins.
US Men:
Teams trials final . Gordon
and Donegan qualify.

(6.25.06) CSA
College Squash:
USA
names University Games Team
. Illingworth
& Lorentzen to lead squad.
World Jrs, New Zealand: USA Team counts down: four weeks
to go USA trains in Rye
NY, and profile
, by Trevor McGuinness.
MDO Open, Brasilia: Semis/quarters.
Alarcon and Rodriguez win.

(6.24.06) US
Men:
Teams trials
day two
. Gordon tops Donegan to stand in driver’s seat.
Somerton, Australia: Finals .
Jenson and Brown win in South Australia.
US Men:
Teams trials day one .
Gordon and Donegan win.

(6.23.06) Stanford
Squash:
Lily Lorentzen
transfers west
.Intercollegiate champ moves from Harvard
to new Varsity program at Stanford University.

MDO Open, Brasilia: First
round
. Alarcon advances.
Somerton, Australia: Semi
finals
. Jenson charges into finals.

(6.22.06) Oslo,
Norway:
WISPA Tour
concludes with Oslo Events
.Sarah Fitz-Gerald and Nicol
David build squash momentum in Oslo.

US Open Boston: New
Venue, new date, more prize money
.
event will be Nov 10-16 at Hancock Hall, Boston.
Jobs Exchange: New
job listings
.
in New York, Philadelphia.
US Men: National
Team Trials Set for Birmingham
.
Illingworth and D. Walker pass on September Pan Am event.
Greek Open: Qualifier.
Results from Athens.
Somerton, Australia: Quarterfinals.
Aussie take 7 of 8 semi final berths.
Pakistan: Women’s
Nationals Islamabad
. Carla Khan wins second title.

English Open, The Crucible: Sheffield
event upgraded
. Eventis Tournament achieves five-star PSA status.

(6.21.06) Somerton,
Australia:
Seeds
tumble in first round
.

Los
Angeles:
Grainger
and Ryding win Event
.
North American Invitational Pro Round robin.
Brazil: Ornitargin
Open finals
.
Rafael Alarcon wins.

(6.20.06) Player
profile:
Second part of an
interview
with world #2 Nicol
David.
By columnist and tour player,Runa Reta. (also see: Interview with
David, Part 1

(6.18.06) Longyearbyen,
Norway:
Fitz-Gerald
and David take WISPA squash to world’s most northern squash court
.

Pakistan: Women’s
Nationals Preview
.
Carla Khan favored.

Chennai: Finals .
Bhattacharya gets the better of Bennettt in a brief final. Draw.

Brazil: Ornitargin
PSA Open
.
Rafael Alarcon and Miguel Angel Rodriguez reach finals.

(6.17.06) Chennai: Quarters/semis
rounds
. Bennett and Bhattacharya reach final. Draw.

(6.16.06) ISDA
Doubles Tour:
Final
2005-06 Rankings
.
Waite holds top position.
Chennai:
First
round
.
Bennett joints Pakistanis, Indians in quarters. Draw

(6.15.06) Player
Profile:
An interview
with Viktor Berg
.
Jason Hick’s monthly column.

World
Jrs, New Zealand:
USA Team counts down: five weeks to go USA
training update, player profile, and alumni
, by Trevor McGuinness.
(6.14.06) Player
Profile:
A Conversation
with Johnny Williams
.
L. J. Anjema interviews a fitness fanatic and unique squash
personality.
Chennai:
Qualifying
finals
.
Indian locals succeed in qualifier. Draw.
Ornitargan Open: Satellite event in Brazil. Draw.
6.13.06) Tallinn,
Estonia:
Fitz-Gerald
and David bring WISPA squash to Estonia
.
Liverpool:
May date
announced for ’07
. Liverpool08 PSA
Event to continue in 2007 at St. George’s Hall.
Northern
Ireland:
Madeline
Perry wins Ulster Sport Award
.
6.12.06) Martin
Bronstein Global Gallery:
The
June Gallery
.
Shabana, Omneya and the ESF Italian decision.
TranzparenZ Open Holland: PSA
finals
– and WISPA
finals
. Tommy Berden and Natalie Grinham get husband/wife
trophies: REPORT.
Narracorte AUS: Finals
Jenson, Brown win.
Asian U19s: Final
wrapup
– Malaysian Wee Wern Low and Hong Kong’s Max Lee win
titles.

(6.11.06) US
Men:
Finals Report.
US Team. Selection Event in DC – Illingworth beats Crombie. Draw.
European
Individuals:
Finals
Gaultier and Duncalf win titles in Budapest.

US Men: Semis
Report
. US
Team Selection Event in DC – Illingworth and Crombie to meet
in finals.
(6.10.06) US
Men:
US Team Selection
Event in DC
– Illingworth, Gordon reach semis.
Narracorte AUS: All
Aussies in semis

Tour satellite events in Australia.

European Individuals: Semi
Finals
– Gaultier and Golan advance again.

TranzparenZ Open Holland: PSA
quarters

and WISPA quarters.
Tommy Berden advances from qualifying position in comback bid: REPORT.
(6.9.06) US
Men:
US
Team Selection Event in DC
– Full draw of 16 for inaugural
DC event.

European Individuals: Third
round and quarterfinals

Gaultier and Golan advance again.

(6.8.06) Asian
U19s:
Quarterfinal wrapup
Malaysian Choong continues run and top seeded girls advance.
European
Individuals:
First
two rounds complete and seeds advance

Gaultier and Golan both advance easily in Budapest.
World
Jrs, New Zealand:
USA Team counts down: six weeks to go USA
update and player profile
, by Trevor McGuinness.

Virginia Pro Finals
Engy
Kheirallah charges into Hurghada WISPA semis. (Report )
(photo© WISPA)

(6.7.06) Asian
U19s:
Second round
wrapup

Top seed ousted in Singapore as Malaysians take three quarterfinal
spots.

US
Men:
US Team Selection Event in
San Diego

Crombie Defeats Donegan in final.

European Individuals: The
draws: Gaultier and Duncalf seeded #1

Biggest ever field for Euro event.
(6.6.06) World
Squash:
Grinham sisters to "sit
out" world women’s teams in Edmonton

Martin Bronstein analyzes reasons for this latest development.
(6.4.06) Jobs
Exchange:
latest job opportunities
including jobs in Philadephia and Boston USA.
(6.3.06) Runa
Reta, Columnist:
an Interview
with Nicol David

insight into the reigning world champion and world #2 player.
(6.1.06) Hurghada
Egypt:
Finals
Omneya Abdel Kawy takes earlyl lead, holds on to beat Rachael Grinham.

World Rankings June: WISPA
women’s rankings

Rachael Grinham falls to 4; PSA
Men’s rankings
– 4 Egyptians in top
20.
(5.31.06) Hurghada
Egypt:
Semifinals
Rachael Grinham thwarts Kheirallah, crowd to meet Abdel Kawy in
finals.

USA
Womens Trials:
Report
MeredethQuick ends weekend trial undefeated; Khan receives automatic
berth.
(5.30.06) Hurghada
Egypt:
Quarterfinals
An all-Egypt day in Hurghada as Shabana brought down to earth.

World
Jrs, New Zealand:
USA Team counts down: seven weeks to go USA
update
, by Trevor McGuinness.
Merredin AUS PSA:
Event Summary: Mike Corren wins.
European
U15 and U16 Teams:
2006 Championships from
Tel Aviv. [results from
the quaterfinals on
] Germany blanks England, scoring historic
double for the Central European squad.
(5.29.06) Hurghada
Egypt:
First Round,
Second Day
– Nicolette Fernandes upsets Pam Nimmo.

(5.28.06) Hurghada
Egypt:
First Round,
First Day

Salma Shabana reaches quarters at the expense of Samantha Teran.


USA
Minneapolis:
14th
Fox Street Squash Classic – Report
:
Liam Kenny wins over a strong field.
Genova Italy PSA Open: Finals . [report].
Bianchetti keeps Genova trophy in Italy.

Toyin
Emmanuel of Nigeria makes her WISPA debut in Cairo. (Report )
(photo© WISPA)

(5.27.06) Hurghada
Egypt:
Final qualifying
Salma Shabana passes second hurdle. [The
main draw
]
European U15 and U16 Teams: 2006 Championships Pool Rounds
from Tel Aviv. [results from
day one
]

Genova Italy PSA Open: Semis –
. [results]
(5.26.06)
Hurghada Egypt: First
qualifying

Salma Shabana makes comeback bid.
Genova Italy
PSA Open:
Quarters
Balbo makes his semi final bid. [draw]

Malaysian Games: Individuals
Low, Choong win Gold titles for Penang, Cherak.
(5.25.06) Improve
your Squash:
Squash
Goals -by Team Kneipp.
Italian PSA Open: First
round

Bianchetti moves on but other seeds tumble.
(5.24.06) Dutch
Squash Bond:
Kronemeyer
Sanctioned
– receives 2 year Dutch ban.

Jobs Exchange: current
squash job opportunities

positions in Mass, NH.

(5.23.06) Perth
Western Australia:
PSA
and WISPA wrapup
:
Kasey Brown, Mike Corren collect wins.
Carcassone WISPA, France: Final wrapup :
Orla Noom wins WISPA event.
US Junior Men’s Team: Announces
training schedule leading to New Zealand
:
their 2006 campaign.

Chris
Gordon (foreground) and John Fulham both played strongly
in Cleveland.
(Wrapup )
(photo© Holly Smedira)

(5.22.06) Hyder
Trophy, New York:
Final
Report
: Shahier Razik comes from behind to win an all-Canadian
finals. Results.

Carcassone WISPA , France: Semifinal
Report
: Huisman, Noom set up all-Dutch finals.
Bundesliga, GY: Stuttgart
wins Bundesliga final
:
Gregory Gaultier leads team to victory.
USA:
Minneapolis Pro
Invitational
:
Liam Kenny wins.

US Mens Squash Series: Cleveland
Open, May 5-7
:
Youth makes an impression in Cleveland.
England Club Championships: Results:
Bishops Stortford and Pontefract win Men’s and Women’s titles. (5.21.06
) Hyder
Trophy, New York:
Semifinal
Report
: Ryding and Razik make it an all-Canadian finals. Results.

Carcassone WISPA ,
France:
Quarterfinal
Report
: Stoker stops R Botwright to reach semis. (5.20.06
) Hyder
Trophy, New York:
Quarterfinal
Report
:
Chifunda heroics continue; Chris Walker advances in a tight
contest. Results.

(5.19.06) Hyder
Trophy, New York:
First
Round Report
: Chifunda back from the brink; Chris Walker and
Ahmed Hamza advance. Results.

US Nationals: Readers
speak out
: readers write in on the new National’s structure.

Virginia Pro Finals
Patrick
Chifunda provides the heroics at New York’s Hyder Trophy (quarterfinals )
(Day One ) (Draw)
(photo© Squashworks )

(5.18.06) England
Premier League:
Semi
Final Leg Two
: Northern teams both reach finals.
Trinity
Squash:
Isa
Restrepo wins national NCAA award
:
a first for squash.

Team
Kneipp:
Mishits :
The role of the lucky bounce, and some famous ones at Liverpool.

US Nationals: Readers
speak out
: readers write in on the new National’s structure.

(5.17.06) England
Premier League:
Semi
Final Leg One
:
Underdogs from the south make it close.

US Squash:
More
on the new US nationals structure
:
A conversation with Klipstein and Musto.

(5.16.06) Global
Gallery:
Martin
Bronstein’s May Gallery
:
monthly commentary on world squash.
Team Kneipp:
Liverpool08
Report Card
:
Team Kneipp sizes up performance of the players.
ISDA
Pro Doubles:
San
Francisco Finals
: Chris Walker and Clive Leach push Waite and
Berg to the edge.

Virginia Pro Finals
Superseries
Finals (semifinals )
(Day Three) (Day
Two
) (photo© Fritz Borchert)

(5.15.06) ISDA
Pro Doubles:
San
Francisco Semis
: Chris Walker reaches SF Final with Leach.

Hilton,
Western Aus. PSA Satellite:
Finals Scott
Arnold wins $3500 event.

Atlanta PSA Open: Finals :
Shawn Delierre overcomes Eric Galvez after a marathon two-hour contest.
(5.14.06) ISDA
Pro Doubles:
San
Francisco Quarters
:
England-Australia clash looms.
(5.13.06) Atlanta
PSA Open:
Quarters/Semis :
Galvez and Delierre upset top seeds.

Hilton, Western Aus.
PSA
Satellite:
Through Semis
Seeds tumble.
(5.12.06) Brit
Insurance Superseries Finals:
draws/results: Final
report
from Broadgate by Martin Bronstein: Ricketts outfoxes
Beachill.

Atlanta
PSA Open:
First Round :
in Atlanta, GA, all seeds advance.
US College Recruiting: UPENN
announces women’s squash class of 2010
:
Lange, Hebden, Scott and Matthias.
US College Rankings: Final
Men’s Individual Rankings
:
comprising 600 intercollegiate players.
US Squash: New National
Tournament Structure
:
"Skill Levels" and "Age Groups" to be separated for 2006-07.
(5.11.06) Brit
Insurance Superseries Finals:
draws/results: Semifinal
report
from Broadgate by Martin Bronstein: Beachill masterful;
Shabana quits.
Atlanta
PSA Open:
Final
qualifying
: in Atlanta, GA; and finalized main
draw
.
(5.10.06)
Brit Insurance Superseries
Finals:
Pool draws/results: Third
day report
from Broadgate by Martin Bronstein: Palmer leaves
winless.
Los Angeles US Pro Announced:
Press
release
:
top US, Mexican, Canadian players expected June 9-11
Atlanta
PSA Open:
First day
qualifying
:
preliminary rounds in Atlanta, GA; also main
draw
.
(5.9.06) Brit
Insurance Superseries Finals:
Pool
draws/results
: Second
day report
from Broadgate by Colin McQullan: Shabana and
Beachill clinch, Nicol and Palmer are out of contention.
Where
are they now:
Del
Harris
:
an interview with Jason Hicks.
Squash Business: Westchester
Squash to be sold
:
Richard and Pat Millman make the move to South Carolina.
Ireland: Madeline Perry named Irish Times sportswoman
of the month for third time. Story.

(5.8.06) Brit
Insurance Superseries Finals:
Pool
draws/results
:
First day report from
Broadgate by Martin Bronstein: Shabana beats Lincou.

Virginia Pro Finals
Liverpool
’08 Friday (Quarters
– Match 3
) (Quarters
– Match 2
) (Quarters
– Match 1
) (photo© Fritz Borchert)

(5.7.06) Liverpool
Open Reports:
Finals :
Lincou achieves a second great escape, this time against
Palmer.
USA Father-Son Doubles: Finals
report
2006 championships in hardball doubles.
Losone
Open Reports:
Finals
Alarcon beats Elriani in a see-saw five.(5.6.06
) Liverpool
Open Reports:
Semi
Finals
: Lincou’s great escape and Palmer’s excellent performance.

USA Father-Son
Doubles:
Saturday
report
Wyants just fall short in a thriller.

Losone Open Reports: Semifinals
Elriani and Alarcon reach the finals. (5.5.06
) Liverpool
Open Reports:
Quarters;
first match
: Lincou and sprained ankle stop Gaultier.Quarters
Second Match
: Darwish Mesmerises Willstrop! Quarters
Third Match
: Palmer dominates Finn. Quarters
Last Match
: Beachill
advances.
USA Father-Son Doubles: Preview
matchups and pairings.
Losone Open Reports: Quaterfinals Shuja
ousts #1 seed Gavin Jones.
Liverpool Open Reports: Second
round; evening session
: Olli Knocks out White; also from
Team Kneipp: Venues
and Bowls
. (5.4.06
) Liverpool
Open Reports:
Second
round; afternoon session
: Beng Hee happy loser, Willstrop
unhappy winner.

Losone
Open Reports:
First
round
Qualifier Swelim knocks out Koukal.

(5.3.06) Liverpool
Open Reports:
First
round; evening session
Matthew gets through.
First
round; afternoon session
The Egyptian Overture, by
Martin Bronstein. [also
draw/results
]

USA Women Greenwich: Quick
Rushes to Victory
Pochoda beats Hall.
Media: Boston
Globe profiles the growth of Squash in the US

Losone Open
Reports:
Final Qualifying
Mueller qualifies on home turf.

Liverpool
’08 gets underway (day
one evening
) (day
one morning
) (photo© Liverpool ’08 )

(5.2.06) Liverpool
PSA Open
Previews
of top half
of draw
… and bottom
half of draw
by
Team Kneipp.
Liverpool
Open Results:
Final
qualifying round
by Martin Bronstein. [Revised
main draw
]

Squash
Jobs
Current job
opportunities for squash pros
, (St. Louis, Dartmouth
College) (5.1.06
) Liverpool
PSA Open
First
qualifying round
, by
Martin Bronstein.

World Doubles: Wrapup as
Quick and Krizek each win a second gold.
Inaugural US U23: Wrapup and
commentary: event misses its mark.

(4.30.06) European
Team:
Finals France
on the vergue, but England escapes with two titles. Vanessa
twists ankle.

Simon
Parke wins in Zagreb (report)
(photo© F Borchert)

(4.29.06) Mega
Italia Squash Open
: Semi-finals
Will the 4th time be the charm for Bianchetti?

European Team:
Semi-finals England defends
titles. (4.28.06
)
Liverpool PSA Open
Preview:
The preview ,
by Martin Bronstein. Radar
gun
to measure ball speed
World Mixed Doubles:

Finals

European Team: Quarter-finals
from Vienna.
WISPA
News:
– Hyderabad To
Host Qatar Challenge
Mega Italia
Squash Open
: Quarter-finals
(4.27.06)
Companion Open Sao Paolo – Final
report
Rafael Alarçon wins in Sao Paolo.
European Team: Opening
Day
from Vienna.

World Mixed Doubles:
semi finals
(4.26.06
)
Companion Open
Sao Paolo –
Semi
report
Tarek ousts Arcucci.

WISPA
News:
Estonia
& Norway
To Host Promotional tour
European
Team:
Preview from
Vienna.
PSA Business News: Feather
Sports
gets grip approval(4.25.06
)
Kellner Cup –
Final.
A second Kellner
three-peat for Waite/Mudge.
Companion Open Sao Paolo – Quarters
report
Alarcon wins Brazilian battle. (4.24.06
)
Companion Open
Sao Paolo –
First
round report
Alarcon advances.(4.23.06
)
Kellner Cup –
Semis. Waite/Mudge survive
marathon. (4.22.06
)
Croatia Open-
Simon Parke
wins big in Zagreb.

(4.22.06)
Croatia Open-
Fabien Verseille
knocks out 4th seed Ian Power in semis
.
Kellner Cup –
Quarters.
Butcher/Leach advance
to semis
(4.21.06)
Croatia Open-
Fabien Verseille
knocks out second seed Mark Krajcsak in quarters
.
Kellner Cup –
1st Round.
Power/Chaloner Come Up Just Short .
(4.20.06)
Croatia Open-
Simon Parke’s
travel delay gets
him there just in time for his first round match

(4.19.06)
Men’s World Open
Egypt wins bid
to host 2006 Al-Ahram Men’s World Open

Virginia Pro Finals
Shabana
wins in
Bermuda (report)
and draw (photo© F
Borchert)

(4.18.06)
Squash Business
SSF Deal extended
for five years.
Satinder Bajwa retains the rights to the SuperSeries
Finals for five more years.(4.17.06)
Kellner
Cup –
Preview. Partner
switches marke leadup to the ISDA Doubles marquee event.
Euro U19 Teams – Final. Germany
wins first title over England; Netherlands is third. (4.16.06
) Colets
Open –
Final. Report
by Martin Bronstein: Simon Parke and Lauren Briggs win.
Euro U19 Teams – Semi
final.
England and Germany reach the finals. (4.15.06)
Colets
Open –
Saturday (through
semis).
Report
by Martin Bronstein: Parke and Gough score two for experience. (4.14.06)
Colets
Open –
Friday first
two Rounds.
Report by Martin Bronstein. (4.13.06)
Vassar
WISPA Open –
Finals. Bailey
beats Kitchen in straight games to win Poughkeepsie final.
Mumbai,
India
Open –
Finals.
Colets Open – First
Qualifying Round.
Report by Martin Bronstein. (4.12.06)
Vassar WISPA Open –
Semis. Kitchen
and Bailey will meet in Poughkeepsie final.

Euro
U19 Open –
Finals .
Serme (France) and Rosner (Germany) achieve firsts in Euro Jrs.
England Premier Squash League – 10th
Week.
Peter Nicol’s
Croyden falls short of playoff berth. (4.11.06)
Vassar
WISPA Open –
Quarters. Kitchen
and Bailey move forward in Poughkeepsie draw.

Euro
U19 Open –
Semis .
Wilmott, Rosner get through. (4.10.06)
Vassar
WISPA Open –
First round.Lauren
Briggs knocks out Natalie Grainger draw.
Martin
Bronstein’s Global Gallery –
April .
Courts of Squash and Courts of Law … WISPA battle… Shabana …

Prince O3 UK National
Team Event-
Nottingham
Win
. Sarah Zipser, Matt King
and Karl Murray are the victors.

Euro U19 Open – Through
quarters
.
A few upsets.


ISDA
Creek Club Doubles Open –
Finals. Waite
and Mudge again.(4.9.06)
Vassar
WISPA Open –
Qualifying
final.
Kippax upsets Chuah draw.
Texas
Open –
Finals . Vicky
Botwright defeated Engy Kheirallah in straight games.
Euro
U19
Open –
Second round .
seeds advance. (4.8.06)
Texas
Open –
Semis .
Engy Kheirallah upsets Abdel Kawy to reach finals.
Bermuda Masters – Finals round:
Final scores/report
– Shabana beats Nicol in a closely contested five games.

Vassar WISPA Open – Qualifying. First day qualifying
and draw.
ISDA Creek Club Doubles Open –
First
Round.
upsets mark Friday play.
Texas
Open –
Quarters .
Engy Kheirallah downs Natalie Grainger.

(4.7.06) Bermuda
Masters – Semifinals round:

Semifinal
scores/report
– Nicol beats Gaultier and Shabana beats Lincou.
Texas
Open –
First round .
Teran extends Abdel Kawy to four games.
US
National Doubles:
full report of
the finals: McConnell & Holdefer win.
Pro News – Mark
Heather
heads to a new position at
University Club of Chicago.
Squash Personalities: – Cleveland’s
Scott Denne
talks to columnist Jason Hicks.

Virginia Pro Finals
Ong
Beng Hee advances at the expense of Anthony Ricketts in Bermuda (report)
and draw (photo© F
Borchert)
– Follow
the scores live –
scorevision

(4.6.06) Bermuda
Masters – Quarterfinals round:
Quarterfinal
scores/report
– Nicol beats Palmer and Shabana beats Willstrop.

Squash Ball Survey: Take
the squash ball survey
we are interested in your opinions on some
of the new balls on the market.

Runa
Reta on the Road: –
Her personal report on
the Commonwealth Games experience.

Texas Open – Final
qualifying
.
Malaysaa – Nicol
David is sportswoman of the year
.
(4.5.06) Virtual
Spectator: –
new internet squash spectator products introduced.
Complete story.
Texas Open – First
day qualifying
.

Bermuda
Masters –
day four – Ong Beng Hee shocks Anthony Ricketts,
Gaultier over Beachill: Fourth
day scores/report
as
the round of 16 is completed.
WISPA
Women’s World Rankings –
April
Rankings
.
Vanessa Atkinson regains world #1; while Madeline Perry reaches #6. (4.4.06) Texas
Open –
Preview.
Grainger and Botwright head an intriguing field.

Bermuda Masters – day
three – top half of round of 16 : Third
day scores/report

Shabana out-shoots White to set up meeting with Willstrop.

(4.3.06) World
Rankings
Amr Shabana achieves world #1; April PSA rankings.
Bermuda
Masters –
day two – bottom half of first round draw : Second
day scores/report

US Doubles:
Finals – Waite & Mudge win. report.
Bermuda
Masters –
$120,000 PSA event gets underway as Shabana and
Willstrop score routine victories: First
day report

Virginia Pro Finals
Perry
Defends her Irish Open Crown. Golan wins men’s event (report)

(4.2.06)
Irish Open:
Finals Perry
and Golan prevail
.
US
Doubles:
Semis
completed. report.

Surrey Health & Fitness
BPSA Open –
Garner & Gevenr reach finals: Semis(4.1.06)
Irish
Open:
Semi finals Perry
and Lengthorne advance
.

US Doubles: Upsets
mark quarters. report.
Prague Open:
Jan
Koukal wins final report(3.31.06)
Irish
Open:
Quarterfinals Perry
advances, Kenny loses
.
Surrey Health & Fitness BPSA Open:
Round
of 16

Irish
Open:
First round Perry
advances, Garner upset
.

Surrey Health & Fitness
BPSA Open:
First
round


ISDA Doubles: Mid-season
tour update. review.

(3.30.06) Martin
Bronstein on Real Tennis:
World Final Eliminator at Hampton
report on Chisholm vs Vergona
.
Prague
Open:
Harford reaches semis quarterfinal
report
.
Prague
Open:
Jan Koukal advances first
round report
(3.29.06)
Irish
Open:
Final qualifying round resultsBlake
falls to Chuah.

Saskatchewan
Open:
Corren wins satellite event report(3.28.06)
Irish
Open:
First qualifying round results.

Virginia Pro Finals
Power
bids farewell to professional squash. PHOTO ESSAY
/ TRIBUTE and
Story (Photo © 2005
Debra Tessier)

US National Doubles: in St Louis preview.(3.27.06) LJ
Anjema:
His latest Column: The local legend syndrome.
Montreal:
Rodriguez
tops El Halaby in finals in debut event for the Egyptian. Report.
Thessaloniki
Greece:
Golan beats qualifier Momen in final. Report.
Milan
Italy:
Aziz wins CLOD PSA event. Report.(3.26.06)
Melbourne ’06:
Commonwealth Games Natalie Grinham
wins three golds. final
report

BSPA: Parke
beats Whipp in Companion Open. Report. (3.25.06) Melbourne
’06:
Commonwealth Games Grinhams crowd doubles finals. semi
final report

Kidsquash: Bajwa
starts new junior program in Cambridge MA. Story.(3.24.06)
Milan
Italy:
Quarterfinals of CLOD PSA event. Report.
England Schools: The 2006 British Schools
Championships were retained by Millfield and Wycliffe Schools. Report.


Melbourne
’06:
Commonwealth Games doubles quarterfinal round. repor(3.23.06)
Melbourne
’06:
Commonwealth Games doubles pool-round day two. report

Quebec: Melanie
Jans wins WISPA event. Report.

(3.22.06)
Melbourne
’06:
Commonwealth Games doubles pool-round begins. report
Martin Bronstein: Commentary on Peter Nicol’s
Commonwealth Gold. full
commentary

Rob Dinerman: Commentary
on Yale’s Illingworth and Quibell. full
story
. (3.21.06)
Finnish
Open:
Final
report
. Lauren Briggs wins title.

College Squash: Yales
Seniors
.
A conversation with Amy Gross and michelle Quibell. (3.20.06)

Melbourne ’06:
Commonwealth Games gold for Peter Nicol and Natalie Grinham.
Bronze singles go to Shelley Kitchen and Lee Beachill. report
Finnish Open: semi
and quarter report
.(3.19.06)US
Nationals:
Julian Illingworth and Latasha
Khan are the 2006 US Champions. Sunday
wrapup
.
Melbourne ’06:
Commonwealth Games Semis
Men’s and women’s report
, Peter Nicol is all that stands in the way of double gold for the
Aussies in singles. Palmer and the Grinham sisters march on.
Finnish
Open:
1st round report.
US Nationals: Yale seniors upset. Saturday
wrapup
.

(3.18.06)
Melbourne ’06: Co
mmonwealth Games Quarters Men’s
and women’s report
, Kitchen upsets Botwright, Matthew over
Willstrop again.

US Nationals: Gordon
beats Puertas; Quibell beats Quick. Friday
wrapup
.
BSPA Grand Prix Youngs Wimbledon:
Men’s results
, Women’s
results
(3.17.06)Focus
on Melbourne: Co
mmonwealth Games round of 16 Men’s
and women’s report
, David Palmer, Rachael Grinham, Nicol David
advance.

US Nationals: Second
round – Chin advances, Lane scores upset. Day
two wrapup
(3.16.06)
Focus on Melbourne: Co
mmonwealth Games first day’s play
Men’s and women’s report
, Pakistani’s put out on day one.
US Nationals: National
title chase first round wrapup.
Player Signings: Lengthorn
signs with Harrow;
Abbas signs with Harrow
also; Delasaux signs with
Grays
.
CitySquash, New York: The
CitySquash sports/academics enrichment program announces placement
of students in independent schools The
$1 Million Dollar Aid Milestone
.(3.15.06)

Photo Tribute – Jonathon Power:
Special
photo tribute to the career of Jonathon Power by Debra Tessier.
View
the photo tribute.
Team Kneipp:
Commonwealth Games Men’s
Preview

Team Kneipp:

Commonwealth Games—an
overview

Team Kneipp:

TOC—Report
card & Jonathon Power.

Verao Open, Brazil:
Alarcon
wins event in Santos report.
(3.14.06)
US Nationals:
Starts
tomorrow in New Haven preview.
Women’s Draw. Men’s
SL Green Draw
.
Vail CO Pro Doubles:
finals.
Chaloner and Price win.

Canadian Doubles: Finals
Defending champs win.

Austrian Junior Squash 2006 Results
(3.13.06):
Salzburg Austria PSA Satellite:
finals. Report
(3.12.06)
US Junior
Closed:
Wrapup and results.
Final report and complete
results
.
COAS, Islamabad:
Mo Abbas wins final. Finals
report
.
Canadian Doubles:
Semifinals
update

Salzburg Austria PSA Satellite:
Semi finals. Report
(3.11.06)
US Junior
Closed:
Top seeds all advance.
Fri/Sat report and complete
results
.
Kuwait Open:
Local, Almezayen, advances in quarters.
Quarters report.
Kush Island, Iran
: Mosaad wins first title in Iran. Finals.

Salzburg Austria PSA Satellite:
Results through quarters. Report.
(3.10.06)
COAS, Islamabad:
Ramy Ashour & Mo Abbas reach finals. Quarters/semis
report
.

Kuwait Open: Local
advances in first round action of $10K event. First
round report
.
Kush Island, Iran
: Egyptians meet in maiden event finals.
Semis report.
(3.9.06)
The
Global Gallery:
Martin Bronstein’s
monthly column on world squash. March
Gallery
.
Jason Hicks:
Personalities: A squash-tennis comparison.

March Column .

Team Kneipp:Joe
Kneipp wades into the refereeing discussion. "Effing
Reffing"
.


Kush Island, Iran
: Egyptians crowd
PSA satellite semis. Quarters
report
.
CSA College Women: Final individual rankings and
All-Americans. Report.

(3.8.06)
COAS,
Islamabad
: Majid, international entrants,
advance in first round. Report.

Commonwealth Games 2006: David
Palmer
and Nicol David seeded first. Report.

Media: TV Coverage at Commonwealth Games and TOC.
Report and links.

(3.7.06) Cal
Berkeley
: Endowment campaign kicked off. Report.
Scholastic Squash: Haverford School inducts
magical team of 1982-83 into Hall of Fame. Report .
by Rob Dinerman(3.6.06)
US Mixed Doubles: Preston and Meredeth Quick defeat Chai and
Waite. Report
Welsh Junior Open: Summary. Report .
(3.5.06) Swiss
Open
: Finals. Report .
Briggs and Aziz win Swiss Titles.

College Squash Individuals
: Yasser El Halaby wins unprecedented
fourth Potter Cup National Championship. Report.
Mens and Women’s nationals. Semi
Final report
,Yasser beats Gustav Detter, will meet Suchde;
all Harvard women’s final. Swiss
Open
: Quarters/semis. Report .
Orla Noom and Omar Abdul Aziz reach finals.
Santos Brazil Open: Quarters/semis. Report .
Alarcon and Manzi reach $10,000 event finals.
US National Mixed Hardball Doubles: Waite
and Chai advance. Quarterfinal
Report
(3.4.06):
College Squash Individuals
: Mens and Women’s nationals. Friday
report
Swiss
Open
: Second Round.
Report (3.3.06): TOC
New York
: Finals
Report
: Vanessa wins in 4; Amr Shabana wins in 3.

Jonathon Power: Back to #1
in the world for March, announces his immediate retirement
from the PSA tour! Full
story
.
World WISPA Rankings: Nicol David maintains
thin margin over charging Vanessa Atkinson. March
Rankings
.

College Squash Individuals:
Mens and Women’s single at Amherst this weekend. Draws/results.

(3.2.06): TOC
New York
: Semi finals: WISPA
first semi final report
Vanessa wins. PSA semi
finals
: Shabana and Matthew advance. men’s
semi photos
, women’s
semi photos

TOC New York
: PSA Quarters day two; report,
Gaultier marches on, this time in a five game win over
Nicol, men’s photos

New England "Interschols":
Greenwich Academy and Brunswick both win again to keep
streaks alive. Weekend
report.

Asian Games
: Malaysia completes a complete
sweep; Men’s
teams report
, Maysian men best of 12 teams.
World PSA Rankings: Jonathon
Power reclaims the #1 spot. March
Rankings
.

Virginia Pro Finals
Tournament
of Champions 2006.
Gaultier beats Beachill, Nicol. (Photo © 2005 Debra
Tessier)

(3.1.06): TOC
WISPA quarters
– Afternoon session; report
, women’s
photos

TOC New York: PSA Quarters day one; report,
Darwish shocks Beachill, Shabana over Lincou.
Runa Reta: The Allure
of the TOC
.
TOC WISPA First round – Lengthorn beats Duncalf; report
,
and draw, also TOC main
page.

(2.28.06): TOC
New York
: Second Round – men; report,
Gaultier upsets Ricketts, Matthew over Willstrop. photos.
    
TOC WISPA New York: Qualifying
finals
and women’s
draw/results
. (First round in progress)

Hardball: US Nationals; final
report
,Harrity wins.
(2.27.06): Doubles
:
David Johnson Doubles.final
report
.Waite
and Mudge win.

TOC New York: Day two- men; report ,Matthew
and Willstrop head towards clash.
(2.26.06): Howe
Cup
(women’s college nationals)
– Finals: Yale beats Trinity 5-4 for third straight title. Final
report

TOC New York: Day two; results ,Boswell,
Nicol, Gaultier, Ricketts advance.

Hardball : US Hardball
nationals. Semi
final report
Harrity and Pearson reach finals, strategies
for survival discussed.

Doubles : David Johnson
Doubles. Semi
final
report
(2.25.06): TOC
New York: Day one complete; first
day report.
, Shabana, White, Lincou advance. (Draw/results) Also: botttom-half
(Sunday) preview
by Team Kneipp
College Squash :
Howe Cup (women’s nationals – semi
finals: Yale thumps Harvard, Trinity edges Princeton. Semifinal
report
, semifinal
photos
and complete
draws and results.
TOC New York:
Men’s qualifying concludes, qualifying
results
, PSA event starts Saturday; Main
draw.
, also, top-half
preview
by Team Kneipp and doubles stars do "double
duty
" by Rob Dinerman.

School Squash : Exeter
completes Andover Sweep
.
(2.24.06):
College Squash :
Howe Cup (women’s nationals – 31
teams competing. Day
one results .
TOC New York:
Yasser el Halaby advances in first day
qualifying; Results(2.23.06):
Asians:
Malaysian Ong Beng Hee and Nicol David retain
titles; Final report.
College Squash : Bantams move into
top seed for Howe Cup. Newsflash.
College Squash : Harvard
scores dual upset over
Yale, stops Yale Women’s streak.
Doubles :Canadian
Mixed Doubles
Dulmage and Dimauro win. (2.22.06):
Asians:
Malaysian take three of four finals berths; semifinal
report.

CSA Womens College Nationals: Howe
Cup begins Friday morning in Cambridge MA. Draws and Lineups.

(2.21.06):
Asians:
Malaysian strong through four rounds of play; quarterfinal
report.

WSF Womens World:
Belfast
to host 2006 Women’s World Open
: Richest ever purse for
women’s event.

Virginia Pro Finals
College
Men’s Teams 2006 Finals.
Trinity edges Princeton. (Photo © 2005 Debra Tessier)

(2.20.06): Runa
Reta:
Rules of Billeting:
How to host a Pro Player.
Hardball:
Eric Pearson takes Woodruff Nee event; report.

(2.19.06):CSA
Mens College Nationals:
Trinity wins 8th title in
a row, 5-4 over Princeton. Complete results
and photos
for six divisions.

(2.18.06):CSA
Mens College Nationals: Semis,

Princeton and Trinity to meet in the final. Photos
CIMB
KL Open: Finals Atkinson
beats David to make it two straight in their rivalry.
ISS Canary Wharf : Finals
Lincou
beats Ricketts in five.

(2.17.06): CIMB
KL Open: Semis
Atkinson
and David to contest women’s final; Ong Beng Hee wins.
CSA Mens College Nationals: Quarters Trinity
and Yale power through, Hamilton upsets GWU. Division results
Friday: A; B; C; D;
E; emerging,
Day 1 photos
Bluenose PSA Nova Scotial: First
round

CIMB KL Open: Quarters
Perry
ousts Rachael Grinham in straight games. (2.16.06):
ISS Canary Wharf : Semifinals
Ricketts
beats Darwish in five; Lincou defeats Darwish.
CIMB KL Open: First
Round
Perry upsets Kawy, Nicol & Atkinson
advance.
Cleveland Doubles: Wrapup Chris
Walker and Viktor Berg score upsets, win event.
Hardball Doubles Pro Tour: Reorganizes will
focus on attaining corporate sponsorship.

(2.15.06): ISS
Canary Wharf :
Quarterfinal
action
Ricketts
beats Gaultier to earn right to meet Lincou.

College Squash: Men’s
Championship Draws A record 46 teams will compete at
Princeton.
ISS Canary Wharf : First
round, day two action
British stars progress.

Virginia Pro Finals
Apawamis
2006 Finals.
Vanessa beats Nicol. (Photo © 2005 Stocktonphoto Inc.)

(2.14.06):
HAPPY VALENTINES DAY
(2.13.06): ISS
Canary Wharf :
First
round action
Parke
pushes Ricketts, Gough beats Matthew.
Buler Cup, Hong Kong: Wrapup
Shelley
Kitchen, Bilal Zaman win. (2.12.06)
: College
Squash:
Weekend
wrapup
Princeton
men beat Harvard and Trinity sweeps NESCAC Cup.

British Nationals: Finals
Nick
Matthew and Tania Bailey are new champions.

ISS Canary Wharf : Final
qualifying
draw
set for Monday. (2.11.06)
: ISS
Canary Wharf :
First
day qualifying
Bianchetti
goes out.

British Nationals: Semifinals
Willstrop
and Nicol both lose. (2.10.06)
: Bronstein’s
Global Gallery:
The
Three week road trip
and
other matters.

British Nationals: Quarters
day two
Nicol
and Matthew advance. (2.9.06)
: British
Nationals:
Quarters
day one
Willstrop
and Beachill make semi final date.

College Squash: Kenyon
Courts inaugurated
and
at Poughkeepsie: Conn
takes Vassar Team Challenge
.

LJ’s Tips: Dealing
with Pressure and Nerves.
(2.8.06): British
Nationals:
Second
Round
Top
seeds share slow start.

Manitoba PSA: Finals Razik
reclaims title.
(2.7.06): Apawamis
WISPA:
Finals
Vanessa
Atkinson beats Nicol David in four. Final
Draw
.

Vanessa audio interview: Listen
to audio
.

Where are they now: An
Interview with Martin Heath
by
Jason Hicks. (2.6.06)
: Liverpool: New
Event
Alan
Thatcher puts together largest event in Europe for May ’06.
Prague PSA: Finals
Jan
Koukal makes it two in a row in Czech Republic. (2.5.06)
: Virginia
Professional:
Finals White
has too much for Grant. Draw.

Apawamis WISPA: Semifinals
David
and Atkinson will meet in final.
Manitoba PSA: Semifinals Razik
and Arcucci reach final.

Prague PSA: Semi
finals
Two
qualifiers reach Prague finals.

Apawamis WISPA: Quarterfinals
Geaves
upsets Grainger to reach semis.

(2.4.06): Apawamis
WISPA:
First
Round
Kheirallah
upsets Abdel Kawy; Duncalf and Botwright out.

Virginia Professional: Semi
Finals
Grant beats El Hindi in fifth-game tiebreaker. Draw.

Scholastic Competition: Andover-Exeter 2006
version of long-running rivalry.
Manitoba PSA:
Quarterfinals Razik
is last Canadian in.

Virginia Pro Finals
Virginia
Pro 2006 Finals.
(Photo © 2005 Patricia Lyons)

(2.3.06): Virginia
Professional:
Quarters
round
Two almost-upsets in hard-fought quarterfinals.
Apawamis WISPA: Final
qualifying
Latasha
Khan, Geaves, Kheirallah, Lloyd-Walter qualify.
Manitoba PSA: First
round
Canadians Giuffre and Razik advance.
Prague PSA: First
round
Koukal
advances.(2.2.06)
: Intercollegiate: Showdown
in Hartford won by Trinity
– incredible finish to an
evenly fought contest. Maine
Rivalry goes to Bates
in come from behind thriller.

Apawamis WISPA: First
day qualifying
Latasha
Khan advances.
Prague PSA: Final
qualifying round
Koukal
qualifies
Virginia Professional: First
round
Favorites advance . The
Draw
.

Manitoba PSA: Final
qualifying round
Knight survives marathon.
Manitoba PSA:
First
qualifying round
Ian Power advances.
Prague PSA: First
qualifying round
Czechs
advance.

(2.1.06): World
Rankings:
PSA: David Palmer assumes world #1 – PSA
Feb 1
; WISPA: Madeline Perry reaches the top 10 – WISPA
Feb 1
.
Virginia Professional:
Day
two qualifying
Rodriguez qualifies in Richmond. The
Draw
.
Intercollegiate: Showdown
in Hartford Wednesday
– Preview.

Job Listings for Squash Pros
SSA
Global Windy City 2006 Quarterfinals.
(Photo © 2005 Vaughn Winchell for SquashTalk) more
photos
.

(1.31.06): Virginia
Professional:
Preview
and day one qualifying
– Patterson beats River, glass
court comes to Richmond. The
Draw
.
Intercollegiate:
Latest
men’s rankings – Williams climbs to #7.
British Amateur: Report
from Martin Bronstein
– Tim Garner beats Galen le Cheminant.
German Nationals: Results
Witt, Baker win.

US Women’s Selection Merion: Wrapup
Latasha Khan beats Louisa Hall; Pochoda third.
(1.30.06): EBS
Dayton Open:
PSA
finals
– White teaches Ramy a lesson in pace.

College Weekend: Three
days of upsets. Dartmouth beats
Cornell
; Northeast scores
first win
; Williams shocks
Western
, then follows
up with Cornell
.

Czech Open: Koukal
wins
.
(complete draw.) (1.29.06): EBS
Dayton Open:
PSA
semis/WISAP finals
– Elriani over Abdel Kawy in five;
White
& Ramy in final.

Rochester PSA Pro/Am: Finals
– Rodriguez beats El Halaby in five.Draw.
Rochester PSA Pro/Am:
Semis
El Halaby, Rodriguez into finals.Draw.
BSPA Artemis Edinburgh Open:
Semis/finals Iskandar
and Perry win in Edinburgh.
(1.28.06): Big
College Squash Weekend:
Upsets
in the first division
Williams, Dartmouth
get wins

BSPA Artemis Edinburgh Open: QuarterfinalsBarrington,
Iskandar survive marathon battles.
Rochester PSA Pro/Am:
Quarters
El Halaby, Hanza reach semis.Draw.
EBS Dayton Open:
WISPA
semis/PSA quarters
– Ramy Ashour wins again.

Rochester PSA Pro/Am: First
Round
– upsets mark first round action.Draw.

BSPA Artemis Edinburgh Open: Round
of 16
– Barrington beats Handley, advances
to quarters.
(1.27.06): EBS
Dayton Open:
WISPA
quarters/PSA rd of 16
– Ramy Ashour escorts Ong Beng
Hee to the exit. WISPA
Draw
and PSA
Draw
.

Jobs: New
Job listings
– The SquashTalk worldwide jobs exchange.
Rochester PSA Pro/Am:
Preview
Past and present Intercollegiate stars crowd upstate
NY draw
.
Czech Open: First
round
– Jan Koukal advances in Prague. Draw.
BSPA Artemis Edinburgh Open: Men’s
qualifying
(1.26.06): Runa
Reta on Tour:
The
Unexpected on Tour
Storm and wind in Greenwich.
(1.25.06): EBS
Dayton Open:
WISPA
day one
– seeds advance.

Greenwich US Men’s Selection Event: Report  Michael
Puertas wins over Damian Walker.

Intercollegiate CSA: Yale
and Trinity split
  Yale women edge Trinity;
Vassar women upset Middlebury: report;
Cornell edges Brown: report.
(1.24.06): $100,000
Windy City Open:
Finals
Palmer defeats Power, in 5th game tiebreaker.
EBS Dayton Open: Qualifying
day two
– Women’s qualifying final.

Greenwich North American Open
Doubles:
Finals:
Waite and Mudge prevail.
$100,000 Windy City Open: Interviews
SSA Global’ s Graeme Cooksley talks about the event.
(1.23.06):$100,000
Windy City Open:
Semifinals
Palmer in 3, Power in 5.
EBS Dayton Open:
Qualifying
day one
– Women’s qualifying day one.
Greenwich WISPA Open
Finals  Duncalf
defeats rapidly-improving Waters.
Talisman Energy – Calgary Finals Giuffre
beats Alarçon.
Weekend Team results: College
squash; scholastic
squash
.

Seven Sisters Vassar
Wins
, Mt. Holyoke second.
(1.22.06): $100,000
Windy City Open:
Quarterfinals
Willstrop tops Matthew in five.
$100,000 Windy City Open
Interviews
Martin Bronstein interviews James Willstrop. Photos
I
, II
Greenwich WISPA Open Semis  Duncalf
upsets Elriani.
Talisman Energy – Calgary Semis Alarçon
joins Giuffre in final.

(1.21.06): $100,000
Windy City Open
Second
Round – Saturday
– Power, Shabana, Willstrop advance.
Greenwich WISPA Open Quarters Alison
Waters defeates Grainger.
Greenwich North American Open Doubles: Semi
Finals
: Walker & Berg oust Quick & Gould. Quarterfinals. Walker
and Berg advance.
At the Windy City Open Notes
from Chicago
– Squash at the crossroads in Chicago.
Talisman Energy – Calgary Quarters Samper
and Alarçon advance.

Job Listings for Squash Pros
Scholastic
Squash 2006 School
match results
. (Photo © 2005 Vaughn Winchell for
SquashTalk) more
photos
.

(1.20.06): $100,000
Windy City Open
First
Round – day two
– El Hindi plays super, but falls to
Ricketts.

Intercollegiate wrapup East
goes west, west goes east
  Men’s teams wrapup.
Greenwich WISPA Open
Round
one
Grainger and Elriani advance.
Greenwich North American Open Doubles. Round
one.
Seeds
advance. (1.19.06)
: $100,000
Windy City Open
First
Round – day one
– Abbas gets win over Ong Beng Hee.
Talisman Energy – Calgary
First
round
wrapup.
Talisman Energy – Calgary Final
qualifying
Rosner, Delasaux qualify.

Scholastic Squash latest
results
as reported to SquashTalk, photos.
(1.18.06): $100,000
Windy City Open
Final
qualifying
– Golan knocks out Lavigne.
Talisman Energy – Calgary
Round
one qualifying
– and event preview by Ryan Barnett.
Greenwich WISPA Open Round
one qualifying
(1.17.06): $100,000
Windy City Open
Day
two qualifying
– River and Donegan lose in 1st round.

Boston U Club ISDA Doubles:
Finals.
Boston U Club Doubles:
Junior
event wrapup
.

CSA College Squash: Women’s
weekend wrapup
and all
weekend results.
(1.16.06): $100,000
Windy City Open
Day
one qualifying
by Martin Bronstein in Chicago.

Boston UClub Pro/Am Doubles: Wrapup by
Jason Hicks.
(1.15.06): Boston
UClub ISDA Doubles:
Semifinals Waite
and Berg fall.

Liberty Bell WISPA: Semifinals from
Philadelphia.
Vancouver: Semifinals from
BC, Canada.

Hithercroft PSA: Finals Dealsaux
wins from 7th seed.
(1.14.06): PACE
Canadian Classic: Finals:
Shabana
wins in short, anticlimactic final.
Liberty Bell WISPA: Quarterfinals from
Philadelphia.
Vancouver: Quarterfinals from
BC, Canada.
Boston UClub ISDA Doubles: Quarterfinals Hosey
and Bentley advance.

Hithercroft PSA: Quarterfinals seeds
advance.



Job Listings for Squash Pros
British
Jr Open 2006 Finals &
Semis from Sheffield
. (© 2005 Fritz Borchert for
SquashTalk LLC)

(1.13.06): PACE
Canadian Classic: Semifinals:
Power & Shabana
advance into Saturday’s final.

World Softball Doubles: Finals Aussies
win two while New Zealand wins one.

Vancouver PSA: Samper
and Rosner score surpise wins
in the first round
of the $15,000 Evergreen Club PSA event.

Liberty Bell WISPA: First
round
Teran, Chinappa advance.
Hithercroft PSA: First
round
seeds advance.
(1.12.06): PACE
Canadian Classic: Quarterfinals:
Gaultier
wins in a waltz, Power & Shabana win.

World Softball Doubles: Semi
finals
FitzGerald and Cooper lead Aussie charge into
finals in Melbourne.
Vancouver PSA:
Simon
Rosner qualifies
$15,000 event gets underway at
Evergreen Club.
Hithercroft PSA: Qualifying
final
$7500 event has Ross as #1 seed.
Intercollegiate CSA:
Latest
results #8 Dartmouth men edge #10 Williams.
PACE Canadian Classic: First
round in Toronto
:
Golan scales
the heights: Martin Bronstein reporting.
Scholastic Squash: Latest
results
(1.11.06): World
Softball Doubles:
Quarterfinals FitzGerald
and Cooper advance as Aussies and New Zealanders dominate.

Intercollegiate CSA: Bates
and Amherst split a pair
Amherst gets razor-thin win
over Bates men.

College Club Teams: Emerging
Team Nationals announced
CSA invites emerging five-man
teams to Feb 17-19 nationals in Princeton.
US Open Doubles: Quick
and Gould win title
report on the event and results.
(1.10.06): PACE
Canadian Classic:
Final
qualifying round
: Garner and Selby fall to Arcucci and
Golan.
Treddy Ketcham Yale Club: Heather
heads off Trinity crowd
defeats Smith in final, Bagglio
wins
"A’s; complete draw.
William White Doubles: Grant
and Doyle surprise the field
report on the event.
World Softball Doubles: Last
pool rounds
Australian teams in excellent medal-round position.
(1.9.06): PACE
Canadian Classic:
First
qualifying round
Patterson and Gordon lose.
World Softball Doubles: First
pool rounds
Australian teams look too strong.
(1.8.06): Goodbye
to a Great Champion:
Roshan
Khan dies at 78
  won 1 British Open and 3 North
American Opens.

Runa Reta: Changing
of the Guard: From North to South
  the changing
face of the top players.
(1.7.06): PACE
Canadian Classic:
Preview It’s
Power vs Shabana, but Anjema, Darwish and Gaultier may have
some say in that. The
draw
.
Australian Open, Melbourne: Wrapup Ricketts
beats Boswell in the semis; Power in the finals to hoist
06 trophy.

US Open Hardball Doubles: Draw
and Friday results
, top-seeded Quick & Gould
top Walker
& Berg in five.
(1.6.06): British
Jr Open:
Finals
and semis Results and wrapup
Egyptians complete another
amazing tour-de-force. Tannir upsets Weleily.
US Open Hardball Doubles: Draw
and results
Tom Harrity/Imran Khan and Tim Porter/Andrew
Cordova qualify.
Event News: ISS
Canary Wharf Classic Takes shape for February
 Top
English pros expected in draw.
(1.5.06): British
Jr Open:
Quarterfinal
Results and wrapup
Egyptians spead out through the draw.
Business News: LJ
Anjema signs sponsorship agreement
Lines up with Jonathon
Power’s new organization; also Jenny
Duncalf re-signs agreement with Prince
: world #8
signs two year deal.
(1.4.06): British
Jr Open:
Results
through the round of 16
Ashour and El Weilely coast along;
Americans strike out.
(1.3.06): British
Jr Open:
Day
one photos from Sheffield
by Fritz Borchert.

(1.2.06): Martin
Bronstein’s Global Gallery:
January
Commentary
on the world of squash.
Team Kneipp: Saudi
International Report Card
– how the world’s best fared
in Al-Khobar.

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

(1.1.06): Holiday
Intercollegiate Invitationals, NYC:
Gilly Lane (UPenn)
takes individuals, Report;
Broadbent & Booth take Ketcham Doubles Cup Report.

British Jr Open (Drysdale Cup) gets
underway tomorrow:
Egyptian stars pace field of
475, PreviewHAPPY
NEW YEAR!

 

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