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Nicol's ready to take on the world once more

It#8217;s good news for Malaysia. Teenager Nicol David is back and hungry for success once more.

European campaign to boost rankings

A three-member junior squash squad will leave with high hopes for a back-to-back European campaign next week to try and ensure that Malaysia will be seeded for the women's World Junior meet.

Sharon relishes chance to play Nicol at home

Sharon Wee is back from a three-month stint in Amsterdam and she is looking forward to justifying her status as the number one ranked woman in the country in the Malaysian Open, which will be played at the National Squash Centre in Bukit Jalil from Aug 10-16.

Nicol making good strides in comeback

Former Malaysian number one Nicol David continues to make strides to move back to the fore in world squash.

Penang go home with four titles from squash tournament

Penang, home of national squash heroes Ong Beng Hee and Nicol David, showed they have more such stars in the pipeline when they dominated the Malaysian schools (MSSM) championships, winning four of six team finals contested at MSN Squash Complex in Jalan Duta on Friday.

Wee Wern bags Under-15 title and hopes to make world junior squad

Penang's Low Wee Wern is only 13 but she bagged the girls' Under-15 title of the national schools (MSSM) squash championships in convincing fashion at the NSC Courts in Jalan Duta, Kuala Lumpur Wednesday.

Glanfield back as squash coach but won't train Nicol

Squash coach Richard Glanfield is back on the National Sports Council's (NSC) payroll. But he will not train former national number one Nicol David.

Beng Hee and Sharon move up in world ranking

Ong Beng Hee and Sharon Wee have moved up in the latest world squash ranking list following good outings in recent international tournaments.

No overseas training for Tricia until she can produce her best again

National number three Tricia Chuah will not get to train overseas until she proves that she is still good enough to represent the country in major squash tournaments.

Sharon takes over at the top

Sharon Wee is now the national number one woman squash player. And she hopes her win in the Hyder Open in New York on Sunday is an indicator that she is emerging from under Nicol David's shadow.