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ARCHIVED NEWS ITEMS CHRONOLOGICALLY LISTED:

PSA
:
Australia’s
Palmer grabs #1 in Sept 1 World Rankings: Peter Nicol falls to #3

(9.04.01).
WISPA
:
Sept
1 World Rankings: Joyce holds onto #1

(9.04.01).
WISPA
:
Fitz-Gerald
, Campion into Heliopolis finals

(9.03.01).
Semi
-finals – by Howard Harding

(9.04.01)
WISPA:
Heliopolis
Quarter
-finals – by Howard Harding

(9.03.01)
PSA
South Africa:
Milo
South African Challenge

(9.3
.01). Lincou
continues streak with win over favorite son Durbach.
PSA
South Africa:
Milo
South African Challenge

(9.2
.01). Lincou
charges to second successive final.
PSA
Pakistan:
CNS
International, Karachi

(9.1
.01). Anthony
Ricketts stops Muhammed Abbas’ run
WISPA
:
Fitz-Gerald
, Campion, David into Heliopolis semis

(9.02.01). Draw and results to date
In
Memoriam :
Martin
Bronstein remembers journalist Raju Chanani from India

(9.02
.01).
PSA
Pakistan:
CNS
International, Karachi

(8.31
.01). semis
World
News :
Asian
Squash Journalist Raju Chainani, dead in Mumbai todayi

(8.31
.01).
PSA
Pakistan:
CNS
International, Karachi

(8.30
.01). quarters
PSA
Satellite:
Milo
South African Challenge

(8.30
.01). first
day
PSA
News :
Ahmed
Barada Retires

(8.30.01). cites injuries and pressure
PSA
News :
Simon
Parke set for ankle surgery

(8.29
.01). Will be
out until December
Womens
News :
September
Challenge date set in UK

(8.28
.01). Fitz-Gerald
and Campion face off three times in mid September
WISPA
:
Fitz-Gerald
leads Heliopolis field

(8.27.01). Draw set
Cathay
Pacific :Finals: Not exciting
squash, but a big day for Palmer, Joyce; by Colin McQuillan (August
25 ’01)
Cathay
Pacific :Finals press report:
— Big results for Palmer, Joyce by Howard Harding (August
25 ’01)
Cathay
Pacific :Finals Palmer beats Lincou, 3-0, Joyce beats Owens 3-0
Ron Beck briefly reports
on the anticlimatic finals
. (August 26 ’01)
Cathay
Pacific :Semis: An important
day; by Colin McQuillan (August 25 ’01)
Cathay
Pacific :Semis report:
— Big day for NZ, Aussie, France by Howard Harding (August
25 ’01)
Cathay
Pacific : Women’s semis Sarah
Fitz-Gerald reports on her loss to Leilani Joyce
(August 25 ’01)
Cathay
Pacific :

Quarter final results:Palmer, Fitz-Gerald continue, Boswell upsets
Heath
(8.24.01)
PSA
Satellite:

Renan Lavigne captures Columbian:

by Howard Harding (8.23.01)
Cathay
Pacific :

PSA ratings intrigue – Palmer or Power?:

by Howard Harding (8.23.01)
Cathay
Pacific :

Colin McQuillan on the round of 16:

(8.23.01) and Sarah Fitz-Gerald’s
event notebook
… also.
third
day action
Cathay
Pacific :

Colin McQuillan analyzes day two:

(8.22.01) POWER WITHDRAWS WITH BUG! Amjad Khan makes it through, Casteleyn
ousts Price.
Second
day action
USA
teams :
USA
teams prepare for Melbourne

(8.21
.01).
Cathay
Pacific :

First day action:

(8.21.01) PETER NICOL UPSET! John White also loses. Colin
McQuillan’s report and analysis
Cathay
Pacific :

Final qualifications

(8.20.01) by Colin McQuillan and revised mens
and womens draws.
Cathay
Pacific :

Barada & Charman-Smith are late scratches

(8.19.01).
PSA
Pakistan:
Mansoor
tops Shaid in Peshawar PSA stop

(8.16
.01).
Global
Gallery :
Martin
Bronstein’s August gallery
on up and comers, Malaysia, SRA woes,
more…
(8.15.01).
Collegiate
news :
Robert
Hallagan joins Trinity Coaching Staff

(8.15
.01).
Asia
news :
Public
Squash Facility Inaugurated by India Celebrities

(8.15
.01). by Raju
Chainani.
Historical:

Pete Bostwick Jr Swings On
by Rob Dinerman (8.15.01)
Jobs:
new listing – Birmingham UK
(8.12
.01)
Australian
Open:Fitz-Gerald, Berden win in Australia
(8.12.01)

USA news :
Men’s Trials Final Results: Walker,
Chin, Quick, Wyant go to Australia by Rob Dinerman
,
Final
Results and Press Release
(8.12
.01).

WISPA:
Indian Open Results (8.11.01).
Australian
Open:Fitz-Gerald, Price into semis
(8.11.01)

USA news :
Men’s Trials Day Three: Final Pool matches,
Walker, Chin undefeated, last two spots still undetermined by Rob
Dinerman
, Day
Three Results and Press Release
(8.11
.01).

USA news :Men’s
Trials Day Two: Walker, Chin Win, Clinch Spots

by Rob Dinerman
, Day
Two Results and Press Release
(8.10
.01).

USA
news : Men’s Trials Day One: Walker, Chin,
Quick, River win by Rob Dinerman,
Day
One Press Release
(8.9
.01).
USA
news : Assaiante announces men’s trial
pool pairings
(8.6
.01).
WISPA:
Cathay Pacific Women’s preview
(8.6
.01).
Jobs:
new listing – Liege
(8.6
.01)
WISPA
: Fitz-Gerald sets sights on Aussie title
(8.3
.01).
WISPA
: August 1 world rankings see top
20 unchanged – Joyce-Owens-Fitz Gerald are still 1-2-3
(8.2
.01).
Jobs
for pros: Jobs Exchange Re-launched (8.1
.01)
– New club, new listing launches exchange at www.squashtalk.com/jobs.
PSA
: August 1 world rankings see Peter
Nicol regain 1, Barada begins road back by moving up to #11.
(8.1
.01).
PSA
& WISPA: Cathay Pacific Men’s
and Women’s draws announced
(7.30
.01).
PSA
Satellite : Casteleyn over Ball in James
Baker Oklahoma City finals
(7.30
.01).
Exhibitions
: Fitz-Gerald bests Campion in "World
Champion Challenge"
in Wales (7.30
.01).
Commonwealth
Games : Fitz-Gerald entertains Cricket,
Decathlon stars in Trafalgar Square (
7.26
.01).
– promotion for Commonwealth Games
World
Junior Women Teams 2001.

The finals by Martin Bronstein
(7.28.01). England over Malaysia,
Egypt over USA– plus complete
match results
— also WSF
Report
— and Team Canada
report
on 9th place win.
World
Junior Women Teams 2001.

Semi final results
(7.27.01). England brings USA down to earth,
Malaysia tops Egypt — plus complete
match results
— also WSF
Report
— and Team Canada
report
on 9-14 playoffs.
World
Junior Women Teams 2001.

Quarterfinal results
(7.26.01). USA beats New Zealand, England
beats Germany.
Ali Pearson on USA win today.7.26.01)
Historical:

Great North American Rivalries
by Rob Dinerman (7.26.01)
World
Junior Women Teams 2001.

Third and final Pools Report – Bronstein in Penang
(7.24.01).
USA get very big win over Australia,
World
Junior Women Teams 2001.

Second Pools Report – Bronstein in Penang
(7.23.01). USA, Australia,
Malaysia, Egypt, England, India clinch quarter final berths.
PSA
Satellite : Razik over ailing Casteleyn
in Squashworks Salt Lake City finals
(7.23
.01).
World
Junior Women Teams 2001.

First Pools Report – Bronstein in Penang
(7.22.01). USA, Australia,
India win
PSA
Satellite : Razik and Casteleyn into Squashworks
Salt Lake City finals
(7.22
.01).
World
Junior Women’s 2001.

Finals Bronstein’s report
(7.21.01). David dominates Kawy in 17
minutes to get historic 2nd title and Press
report
(7.21.01)
PSA
Satellite : Gaultier reaches Squashworks
Salt Lake City semis
(7.21
.01).
PSA
Satellite : First Round Squashworks Salt
Lake City Open
(7.20
.01).
World
Junior Women’s 2001.

Semi finals Bronstein’s report
(7.20.01). David and Kawy dominate.
also — Plates report and
Press report (7.20.01)
World
Junior Women’s 2001.

Team pools and seedings announced
(7.20.01). Nico David "has
plan for Omneya
"
World
Junior Women’s 2001.

Quarterfinals Bronstein’s report
(7.19.01). Chuah, David give
Malaysia two of four semi-finals, joined by Duncalf and Kawy. Press
report
(7.19.01)
USA
Regional News : North Jersey Y
25th Anniversary
(7.19
.01).
World
Junior Women’s 2001.

Day four Bronstein’s report
(7.18.01). quarterfinalist determined.
World
Junior Women’s 2001.

Day three Bronstein’s report
(7.17.01).

The updated draw the plate
draws, American notes, Canadian
notes
.
College
News : Assaiante appointed to new Trinity
post
(7.17
.01).
World
Junior Women’s 2001.

Day two Bronstein’s report
(7.16.01). The
updated draw
World
Junior Women’s 2001.

Day one results recap
(7.15.01). The
draw

Omneya Abdel Kawi targets Nicol
David
(7.15.01)
World
Junior Women’s 2001.

The Opening Ceremonies
(7.15.01).
UK
News : Pontefract club hosts Lesley Willstrop
Benefit
(7.15
.01).
USA
News : PSA Challenger set for 01-02 (7.15
.01).
World
Junior Women’s 2001.

Singapore out of individuals
(7.14.01).

Americans bring experienced squad
(7.14.01).

Australians Aim High (7.14.01).
WSF
News : WSF Aims for Beijing Lobbying Effort
(7.12
.01).
USA
News : Assaiante sets August Melbourne
Team Trials
(7.12
.01).
Hall
of Fame
Profiles: Victor
Niederhoffer:
Iconoclast, opened up the US game.
(7.12.01).
World
Junior Women’s 2001.

Bronstein’s Preview
(7.10.01).
July
Player of the month:
The ageless Hiddy Jahan
(7.10
.01)
Amsterdam:
Egyptian Junior squads dominate Dutch Junior Open
(7.9
.01).
World
Junior Women’s 2001.
Event
draws and previews
(7.9
.01).

You Can Help Support the
USA 2001 Junior Women’s Team! – The USA team, rated to finish as
high as fourth, is not supported by the level of National Sports
funds available in other countries.
Help
with a tax-deductible contribution to support the team – online
now!
(7.5
.01).

MSRA:
New York Pro News and Notes
(7.5
.01).

USSRA:
Chris Walker grabs US Pro Championship
(7.4
.01).

Rob
Dinerman: Hardball players say
Goodbye to Atlantic City
(7.2.01) – (also Jim
Zug’s story
)
World
Rankings : WISPA computer says Fitz-Gerald
still #3, Kitchen earns top 20, L Khan at 27
(7.1.01)
PSA: minimal change in top ten, Power stays #1.
(7.1.01) Chris
Walker vaults back into top 20
Malaysia:
Ong Beng Hee takes a break
(7.1.01).
PSA
Scottish Open: Peter Nicol
beats Australia’s Stewart Boswell in straight games
by Elspeth
Burnside in Perth. (7.1.01)
PSA
Scottish Open: Nicol beats
White; Boswell continues upset path
by Elspeth Burnside in Perth.
(6.30.01)
PSA
Scottish Open: Nicol and
White advance to ‘Scottish’ showdown, Heath loses in Quarters

by Elspeth Burnside in Perth. (6.29.01)
End
of an Era: Atlantic City Club Closes
(6.30.01) retrospective by Jim Zug; and historical
results
.
WISPA
in Kenya: Fitz-Gerald, Charman-Smith (6.28.01).
visit Karen Club, make news. Visit Parklands
Program
(6.29.01).
Media:
Squash makes headlines (6.28.01)
Czech
Republic: PSA Exhibition gala in Prague
(6.28.01)
PSA
Scottish Open: Barada down
with groin injury, Ong Beng Hee ousted in straight games
by Elspeth
Burnside in Perth. (6.28.01)
PSA
Scottish Open: First day
draw
(6.28.01). First
round report by Elspeth Burnside in Perth.
(and PSA release)
PSA
Scottish Open: Barada in
draw
(6.27.01). Qualifying
results.
Scottish Open main
page
.
ISDA
Doubles: new teams for 01-02, Chris
Walker expected on circuit
(6.27.01). Doubles
page
Bizarre
British Tabloid Sideshow: Vicky Botwright continues
to draw attention
(but not on-court) (6.27.01)
Rob
Dinerman: Tom Page career recap
(6.27.01)
Japan:
Casteleyn succeeds, Rebecca Chiu tops
Latasha Khan
on final point (6.26.01)
WISPA
Satellite : YTL Open Finals (6.24.01).
Kitchen adds Kuala Lumpur win.. [The full
draw]
WISPA
in Kenya: Fitz-Gerald, Charman-Smith in
exhibition
(6.24.01). Excite enthusiasts at Niarobi Club.
WISPA
Satellite : YTL Open Semis (6.23.01).
Kitchen flying high again in Kuala Lumpur Saturday.
Superseries:
The Finals – Nicol wins $19,500
and record 3 titles in a row, Power takes 3rd place
(6.22.01)
also press report on
the finals (6.22.01)
Superseries:
The Semis – Palmer will get
another shot at Nicol tomorrow in the final, beats Power in 5, Nicol
over Heath in 4.
; (6.21.01)
also press report on
the semis (6.21.01)
Tom
Page: The Memorial Service- his
friends remember
(6.20.01) by Rob Dinerman. Jahangir
Khan remembers
– words from Jahangir (6.20.01)

Superseries: Third
day – Fleet Group sends Nicol and Palmer to semis,
Harrow
Group sends Power and Heath, plus Semis outlook
(6.20.01)

Superseries:
Second day – Power, Nicol
into semis, Evans out
(6.19.01)
Superseries:
Day-one Bronstein report
from Broadgate Arena
(6.18.01)
First Bronstein report from
Broadgate Arena
(6.18.01)
WISPA
Satellite : Singapore Open Final (6.17.01).
Kitchen wins first WISPA crow over Nauda in Singapore Sunday.
[The full draw]
Bronstein’s
Global Gallery: June Column – Fitz-Gerald,
Walker, Botwright, more…
(6.17.01)
PSA
Satellite : Arcucci top Dutch star Berden
to earn Dutch Open title
(6.17.01)
WISPA
Satellite : Singapore Open semi-final
results
(6.17.01). Kitchen, Nauda to meet in finals.

Singapore Open quarterfinal results (6.16.01).
Maha Zein advances, Latasha Khan falters.
PSA
Satellite : Arcucci, Berden reach Dutch
Open semis
(6.16.01)
International
Test Series: Jonathon Power
injured
(6.15.01) Doubtful for Superseries Finals. RoW takes third
test series behind Darwish, Fitz-Gerald..
Superseries:
Chaloner gets a shot as Barada withdraws
(6.14.01)
Pakistan
: PSF Elite Training Program(6.14.01)
Olympics
2008 : Squash WSF Makes its bid (6.14.01)
WISPA:- Aussies Irving and Fitz-Gerald
honored(
6.14.01)
Superseries:
Draw and schedule released
(6.14.01)
Superseries TV:- Semis and
finals on SkyTV (
6.12.01)
International
Test Series: Results of
Second Round
(6.13.01) Darwish, Fitz-Gerald lead ROW to second
win; while Parke tops Power
Follow the Test Series at www.squashtalk.com/worldchallenge2001
International
Test Series: Results of
First Round
(6.12.01) Power, Fitz-Gerald lead ROW to first win.
Superseries:
Barada Begins Comeback at Broadgate
(6.11.01)
Superseries Lineup:-
Eight top competitors for title (
6.11.01)
British
Open Finals: Masters division
results
(6.11.01)
British
Open Finals: Bronstein reports
on a double Aussie day
(6.10.01)
Sarah Fitz-Gerald:- The mental
key to my win (
6.10.01)
British
Open semis: Bronstein reports
on a remarkable day
(6.9.01)
Chris Walker – The comeback kid
(6.9.01)
British Open Semis
Preview:Aussie resurgance-
British
Open Quarters:Another amazing
result – Lee Beachill over Peter Nicol
; (6.7.01) – event thrown
upside down – Power, Nicol, Price all victims, qualifier Chris Walker
makes British Open semis.
British
Open Quarters:Walker reaches
semis! – Fitz over Campion
; (6.7.01)
British
Open :Late night action: Beachill
ousts Price
; (6.7.01)
British Open : Martin Bronstein
second report on round two day two
; (6.7.01) Nicol, Owens cruise..
British Open :Martin Bronstein
reports on round two day two
; (6.7.01) Parke, Botwright go down.
Memorial
Service : For Tom Page June 15th
Merion PA
(6.7.01)

Obtiuary:
Tom Page 1956-2001
(5.26.01)
British
Open : Martin Bronstein reports
on Jonathon Power’s loss
; (6.6.01) Del Harris knocks Jonathon
Power out of the British Open.
British Open : Chris Walker upsets
defending champ David Evans
; (6.6.01)
Sarah Fitz at the Open : Notes
on rounds one and two
; (6.6.01)
British
Open : Martin Bronstein on the
First Round
; (6.5.01)
British Open : ‘Missing Players’
– by Ron Beck
; (6.5.01)
British
Open : Peter Nicol Confident;
(6.5.01)
British Open : First round
results completed
; (6.5.01)
British
Open : Bronstein reports on the
final qualifiers
; (6.4.01)
British Open : Sarah Fitz-Gerald
interviewed
; (6.4.01) hopes to keep streak alive
Jim
Zug Squash History: Walter Montenegro
the "ball man"…
(6.4.01)
British
Open : Bronstein reports on the
qualifiers
; Men’s Qualifying – second
day
… Women’s qualifying
first day
(6.3.01)
British
Open : Men’s Qualifying
– first day…
(6.2.01)
June
One Rankings: WISPA June 1… (6.1.01)
PSA June 1
– No big changes
US
Open : September tickets available
online…
(6.1.01)
British
Open : Historical preview: by
Ron Beck…
(6.1.01)
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.

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