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Gurshan denies Darren a home win

PETALING JAYA: Promising squash player Gurshan Singh overpowered Darren Chan to win the boys’ Under-19 category in the first leg of the CIMB National Junior Circuit in Kuantan yesterday.

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Squash to step up effort in push for Olympic nod

PETALING JAYA: There could be a new squash doubles tournament to increase awareness of the sport.

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Squash circuit set to unearth new talents

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Tour Squash Circuit (SSJM) looks set to be a great addition to the local squash calendar.

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Penang coach Aaron Soyza aims to churn out more top squash players

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia definitely has talented local coaches – and Penang’s Aaron Soyza is a good example.

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Wee Wern and Nicol wary about playing in Islamabad

KUALA LUMPUR: World No. 1 Nicol David and world No. 6 Low Wee Wern will be the top two seeded players in the Asian individual squash championships in Islamabad, Pakistan, from May 1-5.

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Wee Wern is proof that home product can deliver the goods

KUALA LUMPUR: Squash star Low Wee Werns meteoric rise to fame on the international stage is proof that home-based training works and local coaches can produce champions.

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Public come together to celebrate squash day

KUALA LUMPUR: It was a day of fun and a lot of squash as Malaysians came together to celebrate the World Squash Day at the National Squash Centre in Bukit Jalil yesterday.

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Royal Lake Club all set to host first professional squash tournament

KUALA LUMPUR: The Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) were formed at the Royal Lake Club on June 25, 1972.

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Squash: Players need to be committed to changes to see results, says Genever

KUALA LUMPUR: National elite squash coach Peter Genever admits that some players in the national team have not taken to his training methods yet.

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Beng Hee: Malaysia must learn from Egypt on how to produce top players

KUALA LUMPUR: Veteran squash player Ong Beng Hee believes that Malaysia should learn from Egypts success in producing top players.