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British
Open : Bronstein’s Preview: He
interviews Nicol…
(5.30.01) … Draws
… : Jonathon Power speaks out… (5.28.01)
WISPA:
Lankester wins Carcassone Open… (5.30.01)
– First tour victory for 20 year old English Pro.
Players
profiled: Jansher Khan retires officially…
(5.29.01) – hadn’t competed since June 1999 in Maastricht
Historical:
Oldest USA Squash Court (5.28.01)
by Jim Zug.
WISPA:
Richmond Open Finals (5.27.01)
Jenny Tranfield upsets Vanessa Atkinson..
International
Test Series: England versus
Rest of World Stars test announced…
(5.28.01) – Venues are June
12, Chichester; June 13, Wolverhampton; June 14 at Hallamshire.
Players
profiled: Jonathon Power speaks out…
(5.28.01) – remarks on Irish Open, British Open, refereeing, more…
interviewed by Alan Thatcher.
PSA
Irish Open 2001:Finals –
Nicol wins
(5.27.01) Peter Nicol dominant in Dublin
WISPA:
Richmond Open Semis (5.26.01)
Vanessa Atkinson and Jenny Tranfield reach the final in Vancouver.
Obtiuary:
Tom Page 1956-2001 (5.26.01)
PSA
Irish Open 2001: Semi final
Report
(5.26.01) In a classic duel, Peter Nicol edges challenger
John White in a match with 3 tiebreakers. David Palmer takes other
final spot.
PSA
Irish Open 2001: Quarterfinal
Report
(5.25.01) In another thrilling match, Ryan just falls short
against John White. Palmer, Evans, and Nicol the other semi finalists.
USA
Events : Hyder Trophy New York Results…
(5.24.01) – Derek Ryan, Sharon Bradey win marquee events.
PSA
Irish Open 2001: First
Round Report
(5.24.01) Lots of excitement: Beachill ousts Parke,
Ryan rises above Price, Heath, Nicol, White advance.
PSA
Irish Open 2001: Final
qualifier results
(5.23.01) Kneipp ousts Casteleyn.
PSA
Irish Open 2001: First
round qualifier results
(5.22.01) Chris Walker wins.
PSA
TOUR : Ahmed Barada may be coming back…
(5.21.01) – NEWS FLASH
PSA
Irish Open 2001: Final Draw
(without Power)
(5.21.01)
Sarah
Fitz-Gerald makes a statement in Seattle:
Decisively defeats Owens again
(5.20.01)
Seattle
WISPA Open: Owens & Fitz-Gerald
reach final showdown
(5.19.01)
PSA
TOUR : Fablon group commits to PSA Grand
Prix Tour with promise of TV coverage
(5.20.01) –
USA
Pro Hardball Report: Waite takes
Hamil Cup in New York
(5.20.01)
Seattle
WISPA Open: Owens blasts into
semi finals
(5.18.01) – Complete
results – Seattle draw
Seattle
WISPA Open: Owens ousts Campion
in round one
(5.17.01) –
Vancouver
BC : Sarah Fitz-Gerald on talk radio
(5.14.01) –
Atlanta
PSA Open: Final Results (5.13.01)
– England’s Nick Matthew downs Aussie Michael Robberts in 74 minutes
in Australia.
Fitz-Gerald
takes Campion in San Francisco battle of Champions:
Final Results
(5.11.01) and complete
draw
.
Atlanta
PSA Open: Semi final Results (5.12.01)
– Michael Robberts escapes from Rooney, Matthew eases past Heather.
Fitz-Gerald
and Campion meet in San Francisco Final:
Semis Results
(5.11.01)
Atlanta
PSA Open: Quarterfinal Results (5.12.01)
– Yehia’s run ends.
Las
Vegas Photos: photogallery (5.10.01)
photos by Ricardo Lazaro
San
Francisco International Challenge:
Quarters Results
(5.10.01) – Cassie Campion to face Linda Charman-Smith
for second straight week..
Atlanta
PSA Open: First Round Results (5.10.01)
– Egypt 1 for 2: Faizy Falls, Yehia surprises. North America 0 for
2: Jewel and Delierre lose.
Atlanta
PSA Open: Final Qualifying (5.09.01)
– Delierre qualifies
San
Francisco WISPA Open:
First round completed.
(5.09.01) – Fitz-Gerald, Campion, Charman-Smith,
David advance easily.
Seattle
WISPA Open: Leilani Joyce withdraw
forces redraw
(5.09.01) Campion will face Owens
in re-drawn first round.
San
Francisco WISPA Open: Qualifying
Results
(5.08.01) and main draw.
Superseries
Finals in June 2001:
Sponsorship deal with Halifax Equitable
(5.08.01)
Atlanta
PSA Open: First Round Qualifying (5.08.01)
German
Junior Open: Results from last weekend
(5.07.01)
Hardball
Doubles : $100,000 Kellner Cup
(5.01.01)
Geaves
shocks Campion: Fiona Earns big win in
Las Vegas Final
(5.07.01)
Superseries
Final Standings: Newcomers Price and
Ong Beng Hee displace Johnson, Heath
(5.06.01)
PSA
Satellite Italian Open: #43 Adrian Grant
gets big win over Derek Ryan
(5.06.01)
YTL
Open Finals: Dutch star Tommy Berden
gets Malaysian Crown
(5.06.01)
WISPA
Las Vegas: Resurgant Cassie Campion to
meet Fiona Geaves in finals
(5.06.01)
Canadian
National Titlists: Power, Jans (5.06.01)
WISPA
News : Sue Wright Retires(5.05.01)
YTL
Open Quarters, Semis: From Malaysia (5.05.01)
Grant
and Ryan in Italian PSA Final: Bianchetti
falls in semis
(5.05.01) quarters, semis results
WISPA
Las Vegas: Nicol David over L Khan, All
English semis
(5.05.01)
BPSA
Series Salisbury: Peter Nicol wins (5.04.01)
Canadian
National Semis: Power breeze through,
Ryding in marathon with Razik, Jans over Baizley
(5.05.01)
Canadian Nationals : Power and Ryding
breeze through quarters
(5.04.01)
Italian
Open First Round: Derek Ryan leads field,
Davide Bianchetti advances
(5.03.01)
YTL
Open First Round: 2 of 3 Malaysians advance
(5.03.01)
BPSA
Series Salisbury: Peter Nicol barely
advances
(5.03.01)
European
Squash Federation: Christopher Stahl
installed as new Prexy
(5.03.01)
Power
supports Canadian competition: Defends
Canadian National Crown
(5.02.01)
YTL
Open Kicks off in Malaysia: Final Qualifying
results
(5.02.01)
Nicol
in local English event: Survives first
battle in Prince Series Match
(5.02.01)
First
Leg of Pakistan Pro Circuit: Kareem Darwish
takes the crown
(5.01.01)
May
1 World Rankings- Women’s top tier
unchanged
in May; PSA: Ong Beng
Hee moves into top 10, Darwish to 21
(5.01.01)
Canadian
Juniors – Jacqui Inward & Shawn Delierre Champions:
Results from Montreal Canada
(4.29.01)
England
mows down opposition to gain titles in Mens & womens:
Euro 2001 Team Championships Finals, Eindhoven
(4.29.01) Holland
7th and 4th.
England
move toward inevitable titles in Mens & womens:
Euro 2001 Team Championships, Eindhoven
(4.28.01) – Denmark makes
women’s finals
Shahid
Zaman wins again, Joins Darwish in finals:
PakTel Lahore PSA Open semis
(4.27.01)
Shahid
Zaman in big win over Amjad Khan in quarters:
PakTel Lahore PSA Open
(4.26.01)
Ong
Beng Hee applies for UK residency: minor
stir in Malaysia
(4.25.01)
Bronstein’s
May Global Gallery: Owens &
Australia again, … more
(4.25.01)
SquashTalk
April PLAYER OF THE MONTH:
Malaysia’s Ong Beng Hee
(4.24.01)
Edgbaston
Priory wins England National League 2001:
Finals Results
(4.23.01) Boswell, Fitz-Gerald, Del Harris pace
attack.
Rebecca
Chiu Takes Winterthur 2001: Results (4.23.01)
WIPSA event in Hong Kong
Canadian
Mixed Doubles 2001: Results (4.22.01)
Welsh
Open Finals 2001: Sarah Fitz-Gerald and
David Evans
(4.22.01)

Hurghada Finals 2001: Power
& Fitz-Gerald victors
(4.19.01) by Martin Bronstein
Hurghada Grand Prix 2001: Sarah
Fitz-Gerald wins
(4.19.01)

Hurghada Squash 2001: Finals
Preview
(4.19.01)

Letters to the Editor: Eric
Burey offers some advice to Scottish Squash
(4.19
.01)

Hurghada
Grand Prix and Masters 2001: David
Palmer beats Simon Parke, Leilani Joyce beats Carol Owens, Sarah Fitz-Gerald
over Linda Charman-Smith
(4.18.01)
Hurghada
Masters 2001: David Palmer
pulls out thrilling win over Peter Nicol – faces Simon Parke
(4.17.01)
Hurghada
Grand Prix 2001: Sarah Fitz-Gerald
trounces Carol Owens in final pools
(4.17.01)
Euro
U19 Teams 2001 Antwerp: England dominated field in earning title.
Germany second. (4.16.01)
Hurghada
Masters 2001: Ong Beng Hee
breaks through, Power Dazzles; WISPA – Charman-Smith survives
(4.16.01)

Hurghada WISPA Grand Prix
2001: Report 1: Atkinson
falls to Bailey in five in pool – 1st Sunday report
(4.15
.01)
Report 2: Joyce/Charman-Smith,
Fitz-Gerald/Horner, Owens/Grinham
(4.15
.01)

Campion
cap comeback weekend: overpowers Thacker
to earn Milo Crow (4.15.01)
Hurghada
Masters 2001: El Bolorossy
downs Price, joining Power and Nicol in Quarters – Bronstein at the
2ndRound
(4.14.01)
Euro
U19 Teams 2001 Antwerp: Spain upsets NL to
meet England in semis
results (4.14.01)
Hurghada
2001: Bronstein on Grand
Prix Pools 1st Round
; Ryding
withdraws from PSA Masters (4.14.01)
Campion
rushes into finals: drubs Maha Zein, as
Janie Thacker too much for veteral Irving (4.13.01)
at the Kuala
Lumpur Milo Open semifinals
Hurghada
2001: Grand Prix Pools 1st
Round
; PSA Masters First
Round
and also… Hurghada
home page (4.13.01)
and
the schedule.
Campion
into semis: will face Maha Zein, as Liz
Irving ousts Ellen Petersen (4.12.01)
at the Kuala Lumpur Milo
Open quarterfinals
Pan
Am Games News: El Salvador delays Pan Am
Games until November (4.12.01)
bi-lingual report from regional
reporter Gerardo Porras
Campion
advances: Drops a game as Nicol David, Maha
Zein, and Ellen Petersen cruise (4.11.01)
at the Kuala Lumpur
Milo Open today
Doubles
April 2001: Viktor Berg heats up Doubles
tour (4.11.01)
by E Miles [doubles
home page]
Hurghada
2001: Hurghada events home page
(4.11.01)
and the schedule.
Hurghada
2001 : Rachel Grinham late
sub for Natalie Grainger (4.11.01)
Gaultier
and Duncalf Euro champs: Take Euro Junior
2001 crowns (4.11.01)
THE
BARADA MYSTERY: Martin Bronstein
and Golestan Radwan in April’s Global Gallery (4.10.01)
Worldwide
Tourney Schedule updated: featuring
Pro, international, national and local events (4.10.01)
Galutier
and Willstrop in expected rematch: Lengthorne
and Duncalf in unexpected final (4.10.01)
USA’s
McNeely reaches final in Argentina, Switzerland’s Harms wins:
complete results from PSA Beunos Aires Open (4.10.01)
Kareem
Darwish in Monrteal: big win for new Egyptian
star at Shellcast Open final (4.9.01)
Olli
Tuominen ousts Graham Ryding: will meet
Kareem Darwish in Shellcast Open final (4.8.01)
Nick
Matthew grabs Milo Open: beats Tommy Berden
in Malaysia PSA Open (4.7.01)
Local
Favorite Ken Low wins in first round :
Malaysian Milo PSA Open (4.4.01)
Melanie
Jans class of Canadian field: wins WISPA
Saskatchewan Challenge (4.4.01)

Leiland Joyce remains #1
in the World but Sarah Fitz-Gerald closes the gap
April 1 WISPA world rankings (4.2
.01)

Jonathon
Power takes over #1 in the World April
1 world rankings (3.30.01)
SquashBuster
program in the news: Boston Globe Column
(3.29.01)
also: Sarah Fitz-Gerald
meets the SquashBusters in Boston (3/01)
US
Nationals 2001 Seattle Shabana Khan, Damian Walker Open
Class Winners.
Martin
Bronstein weighs in on Peter Nicol defection
Global Gallery March: Nicol, Marshall (3.21.01)

SRA Announces Peter Nicol
has joined England squash program SRA
release, Howard Harding (3.21.2001)
Peter Nicol
defects to England Squashtalk preliminary
report (3.21.2001)

Lapham-Grant :
2001 Matches (3.20
.01)
– A tradition continued.
ISDA Doubles:
Season review through Feb 15th (3.20
.01)
– reported by E Miles.

Peter
Nicol reported to be on eve of defecting to England
London Times Article (3.19.2001)
Squashtalk Editorial National Musical
Chairs (3.18.01)

James Zug:
The Origins of Squash (3.20
.01)
in search of the first squash courts.
James Zug:
Sailing with Squash (3.20
.01)
– Squash on ships.

Malaysian
Squash New semi-pro league set to start
(3.18.01)
Sarah
Fitz-Gerald meets the SquashBusters
in Boston (3/01)
WISPA
DMC Open Toronto Rachael Grinham wins
in Toronto (3.17.01)
Hurghada
Marquee Events PSA Masters and WISPA Grand
Prix Final in date change(3.16.01)
WISPA
DMC Open Toronto Through the semis: Grinham
to face David (3.16.01)
WISPA
& PSA Swiss Open Beaumont and Stiff
winners (3.13.01)
– results
WISPA
Munich Photogallery by Fritz Borchert
(3.13.01)
USSRA
Princeton US National Juniors ‘Closed’
Photogallery (3.11.01)
WISPA
Munich Sarah Fitz-Gerald tops Leilani
Joyce in straight games (3.11.01)
WISPA
Munich Semis:- Sarah Fitz-Gerald and Leilani
Joyce win in straight games (3.10.01)

WISPA Munich Quarters:- Sarah Fitz-Gerald’s
report (3.9.01)
WISPA
Munich First Round:-Results from Munich
(3.8.01)
and Sarah Fitz-Gerald’s report
WISPA
Munich:-Final qualifying in Munich (3.7.01)
– David qualifies, Stoehr falls short

WISPA Munich:-Nicol David in qualifying
action in Munich (3.6.01) –
USA
Intercollegiates 2001- Intercollegiates
Photogallery (3.6.01)

3-Time Champ Julia Beaver interviewed
(3.6.01)

New men’s Champ David Yik interviewed
(3.6.01)
WISPA
Action:- Salma Shabana takes Finland (3.6.01)
– beats back teen-aged challenge
Leilani Joyce joins action in Munich (3.5.01)
– takes on 3-time Munich champ Sarah Fitz-Gerald.
PSA
Action:- Darwish takes Maadi Open PSA
Cairo (3.5.01)
– downs El Borolossy
Lincou earns Windy city Open PSA Chicago
(3.5.01)
– takes first crown in 18 months.
PSA
Satellite 2001- Maadi Open PSA Cairo (3.2.01)
– Darwish, El Borolossy reachfinals
Windy city Open PSA Chicago (3.4.01)
– Thierry Lincou, John Williams into finals
Canadian
Intercollegiates 2001- Marnie Baizley
earns inaugural crown (3.4.01)
– Trevor Borland wins on men’s
side.
USA
Intercollegiates 2001- David Yik
and Julia Beaver score double for Princeton (3.4.01)
– Julia Beaver
goes out in rare company – with three titles.
PSA
Tour 2001- Irish Open Postponed (3.4.01)
– Foot and Mouth disease outbreak causes delay.
PSA
Satellite 2001- Maadi Open PSA Cairo (3.2.01)
– Darwish, El Borolossy set to clash
MARCH
WISPA Rankings: Leilani Joyce keeps
#1
(3.1.01)
MARCH
PSA Rankings: Peter Nicol #1 for 30th
month
(2.28.01)
New
England Girls Interscholastics:
Greenwich wins fifth
(2.28.01)
Player
of the Month: MARCH
John White (2.27.01)
French
Junior Open: Czech’s
Jan Koukal takes men’s U19 over Laurens-Jan Anjema: Switzerlands’
Manuela Zenhder takes womens U19 (2.28.01) – results.
NISRA
Collegiate Men’s Championships 2001: Trinity over Harvard 6-3
New England Boy’s Interscholastics:
Brunswick wins
(2.26.01)
British
Nationals 2001- Final Draws – Finals and
age groups (2.25.01)
– Lee Beachill and Sue Wright
earn upset victories.
Asian
Juniors Teams 2001: Malaysian girls win, Pakistani boys repulse Malaysia’s
bid for the double decisively. – Malaysia Girls 3, India 0; Pakistan
boys 3, Malaysia 0
British
Nationals 2001- Latest Draws – Semifnal play
(2.24.01)
– Beachill and Taylor, Geaves and Wright: Semi
final Report.
  
NISRA
Collegiate Men’s Championships 2001:
Saturday results: (2.24.2001) – Harvard and Trinity both reach finals
again; Harvard tops Princeton 6-3, Stanford keeps west coast hopes
alive in Conroy division
British
Nationals 2001- Latest Draws – Friday play
(2.23.01)
– Parke, Johnson lose, Heath suffers injury: Quarterfinal
Report.
  Second round
report.
New
England Interscholastic Championships 2001:
Draw, Preview: (2.23.2001)
Asian
Juniors Teams 2001: Team
Pool Results: (2.22.2001)

British Nationals 2001- Latest
Draws – thursday play (2.22.01)

:Men’s
First Round, Women’s final qualifying Results: (2.21.2001)

  

British
Nationals 2001:Qualifying Results: (2.20.2001)
  Modified draws due to
withdrawals.
Asian
Juniors 2001:Individual Finals Results:
(2.20.2001)
Malaysian gets historic double: David and Iskandar
win.
Asian
Juniors 2001: Quarterfinal
Results: (2.19.2001)
College
Squash ’01: Trinity Men wrap up
undefeated season (2.18.2001)
– Trounce Princeton 8-1.
Asian
Juniors 2001: Second Round
Results: (2.18.2001)
College
Squash ’01: Howe Cup (Women’s Intercollegiate teams) this weekend
(2.17.2001) – Photogallery.
Harvard takes crown over the Trinity
women’s team
.
Asian
Juniors 2001: First Round
Results: (2.17.2001)
College
Squash ’01: Howe Cup (Women’s Intercollegiate teams) this weekend
(2.17.2001) – Bowdoin advances
to meet Williams in "B" division – Trinity meets Harvard.
Flanders
2001 Finals John White
overcomes many momentum shifts to wins trophy over Australia’s Paul
Price: (2.17.2001)
Flanders
2001 Semis Just call it
the "upset open": John White score big win over Peter Nicol
(2.16.2001)
Summer
Camps 2001: Squashtalk
Directory for 2001 is now online (2.16.2001)
Asian
Juniors : Pakistani men,
Malaysian Women favored in Chennai (2.15.2001)
Martin
Bronstein : The February
2001 Global Gallery (2.15.2001)
Flanders
2001 Quarters Price rolls
over Williams, Palmer nips Chaloner (2.15.2001)
, White
in thriller over Beachill, Nicol over Ong (2.14.2001)
worldwide
rankings: February rankings
and rankings links (2.15.2001)
In
Kuala Lumpur:Men’s and Women’s
recap and complete results (2.15.2001)
– Natalie Grinham retires
after leading sister Rachael, Tommy Berden stops Ken Low.
Flanders
2001 Second Round:Seeds
fall everywhere (2.13.2001)
– Ong Beng Hee beats Evans, Palmer
and Price head towards a showdown.
College
Squash ’01: Two evenly match teams created high drama Sunday(2.12.2001)
Harvard Men prevailed over Princeton
as the final match was decided 17-15 in the fifth game.
Harvard
women also beat Princeton 5-4.
Cal downs interstate foe Stanford (2.14.2001)
Flanders
2001 First Round:Heath,
Parke, Johnson lose(2.12.2001)
– Jonathon Power withdraws on the
eve of the event.
TOC
2001 Final :Peter
Nicol wins(2.9.2001) – Jonathon Power comes back from two down
but falters in the fifth game.
In
Kuala Lumpur :Natalie Grinham
ousts Nicol David (2.9.2001)
– David was making her first appearance
after a long absence to focus on school work.
In
Scotland:Pamela Nimmo Hospitalized
(2.9.2001)
– long airflights suspected.
February
Rankings :Nicol-Power-Evans
one two three (2.1.2001)
– on the women’s side Joyce-Owens-Fitz-Gerald
one two three (2.1.2001)
TOC
2001 Semis :Thursday
report (2.8.2001) – Jonathon Power dominates David Evans; Nicol
wears down Price.
TOC
2001 Quarters :Second
session report (2.8.2001) – Jonathon Power easily over Martin
Heath, David Evans downs Simon Parke.
TOC 2001 Quarters :Second
session preview(2.7.2001)
Pan
Am 2001:
XI
TORNEO PANAMERICANO DE SQUASH
EL SALVADOR 2001 –
XI
PANAMERICAN SQUASH TOURNAMENT
EL SALVADOR 2001

(2.7.2001) (article
English/Espagnol)
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College
Squash:Harvard’s
Karlen profiled (2.7.2001)
TOC
2001 Quarters :First
session (2.6.2001) Peter Nicol ousts Paul Johnson, Paul Price
wins close battle with Graham Ryding.
Revamped
schools pages:www.squashtalk.com/schools
(2.6.2001)
Atlantic
City Hardball :Dinerman
reports (2.5.2001)
Canadian
Team Spots determined in Manitoba:Results
of Manitoba Open (2.5.2001)
Crombie and Patrick secure final two
team spots behind Power and Ryding.
TOC
2001 Second Round:Late
night session (2.5.2001) and also :Afternoon
session (2.5.2001) Martin Heath pulls one out against Stewart
Boswell; Parke survives all out battle with Del Harris.
College
Squash showdowns :Trinity
Women lay claim on National Title with win over Harvard, Trinity men
edge Harvard, Princeton men top Yale (2.3.2001)
Princeton to face
Harvard Feb 10th. also Trinity-Harvard
mens photogallery (2.3.2001)
and
Trinity-Harvard womens photogallery (2.4.2001)
TOC
2001 First Round :Afternoon
session (2.4.2001) and
evening session (2.4.2001) both reported by Martin Bronstein –
Darwish falls, Ong Beng Hee in thrilling win over Ryan.
TOC
2001 First Round :Afternoon
session (2.3.2001) and
evening session (2.3.2001) both reported by Martin Bronstein –
Darwish falls, Ong Beng Hee in thrilling win over Ryan.
TOC
2001 Qualifiers decided:Qualifier
results (2.2.2001) report by Martin Bronstein – Darwish, Shabana
join Beachill, Bianchetti, Ricketts.
TOC
2001 Underway:Qualifier
results (2.1.2001) first report by Martin Bronstein
TOC
2001 Underway:Qualifier
draw made and underway (2.1.2001) 32 players going for 8 main
draw spots.
From
Nov 2000:Cleveland Open:
Brett Martin and Gul Khan on stage (1.31.2001)
by Shank Pfister
– This is two months after the event but an interesting story as Brett
Martin travels to Cleveland.
College
women compete at Betty Constable Invitational:Princeton’s
Julia Beaver tops Trinity’s Amina Helal, Trinity’s Clare Austin takes
4.5 event (1.29.2001)
Tourney
of Champions:Draw
and Qualifier list now online at www.tournamentofchampions.org (1.29.2001)
(Barada drops out, Power and Nicol lead field)
Tourney
of Champions:Event
Engine announces inaugural Women’s Event Feb 6-9 at Grand Central
(1.30.2001)
Greenwich
Open Finals:Fitz-Gerald
downs Charman 3-0; Evans tops White 3-1 (1.28.2001)
(Hosey/Bentley
take doubles)
Greenwich
Open Semis:Fitz-Gerald
downs Shabana, Charman over Irving (1.27.2001)
(men’s play still
underway)
Greenwich
Open Quarters:Fitz-Gerald
cruises to meeting with Shabana (1.26.2001)
Canada’s Margo Green
falls to veteran Liz Irving..
Greenwich
First round:Fitz-Gerald
reports on the women’s action(1.26.2001)
Greenwich
Open First round:results
from Conn (1.25.2001)
Canada’s Margo Green ousts Pam Nimmo; Graham
Ryding ousts Kneipp.
Amr
Shabana wins:Takes the El
Ahly Open (1.24.2001)
Lee
Beachill over Olli Tuominen:PSA
win for englishman at Pittsburgh t (1.22.2001)
Tuominen
overcomes durable Chris Walker :Tuominen
reaches second final in two weeks on American circuit (1.21.2001)

plays Lee Beachill in finals
Princeton
Juniors photogallery :
(1.21
.2001)
Pittsburgh
weather suits Finns:Tuominen
and Monta capitalize on qualifying (1.19.2001)
Women’s
College Squash :Trinity
upsets defending national champs Penn: (1.18
.2001) … then beats
Yale convincingly… looks forward to matches with Princeton, Harvard.
Sarah
Fitz-Gerald’ trans-continental travels :Rye
NY to Premier League: (1.16
.2001) Wins on both continents..
New
event the "Feud in the Cube" at Queens Club London: Martin
Bronstein special report: (1.16
.2001) The return of Trevor Marshall.
Tuominen
gets big win… also … Sarah Fitz-Gerald wins Marsh McLennan over
Tania Bailey: Results :
(1.15
.2001) earns
her 39th WISPA crown
Sarah
Fitz-Gerald reports from Rye: Marsh McLennan Semis :Results
: (1.14
.2001) Touminen
reaches finals.
Princeton
Juniors results online :Online
draw results : (1.13
.2001)
with photos – 1.21.2000
Sarah
Fitz-Gerald reports from Rye: Marsh McLennan Quarters :Results
: (1.13
.2001) Touminen
ousts Del Harris, Walker stops Hill.

Sarah Fitz-Gerald reports
from Rye: Marsh McLennan First Round: Completed
results : (1.12
.2001)
Engy Kheirallah wins again, this time over Maha Zein; Walker
wins, Hilly comes from behind
.

Marsh
McLennan Open Qualifier:Final
results : (1.12
.2001)
From Rye NY
Marsh
McLennan Open Qualifier:Chin
wins, Canadian women win: (1.11
.2001)
From Rye NY
Vasser
class of ’32 Open:Suzanne
Horner wins over Rebecca Macree: (1.8
.2001)
Macree defeats Latasha Khan in semis. Macree
overcomes J Thacker in quarters (1.7.2001)
US
Five man teams: Finals:
(1.7
.2001)
Trinity tops NY, Chicago to earn crown.
Vasser
class of ’32 Open:Latasha
Khan joins three Brits in semi finals: (1.7
.2001)
Merrill
Lynch Snowflake :Lee Drew
tops Mark Heather: (1.7
.2001)
Results for 5 amateur divisions.
US
Five man teams:Quarter finals:
(1.6
.2001)
Trinity meets NYC, Princeton meets Chicago.
British
Junior Open:Finals: (1.6
.2001)
Egypt sweeps 6 of 8 finals, USA’s Quibell wins U17, England shut out.
Canadians outreach expectations:CSN:
(1.6
.2001)
Clackson caps strong weak for Canada
British
Junior Open:Semifinals:
(1.5
.2001)
results from all divisions
British
Junior Open:Quarterfinals:
(1.4
.2001)
results from all divisions
Scottish
Junior Open:Results: (1.3
.2001)
USA’s Quibell wins, Hall and Broadbent finalists. Zhie Gough win’s
again.
WISPA
News : Jan 1 2001 Rankings,
Joyce retains #1: (1.4
.2000)
US
Juniors : MA Holiday Juniors:
(1.1
.2001)
results from all divisions
Mens
College Squash: 2001 outlook:
(12.31
.2000)