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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.

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Absent kata exponents taken to task

The National Sports Council (NSC) are unhappy with eight kata exponents from Penang for not attending the ongoing 2006 Gemilang Camp at the Renaissance Hotel.

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Low and Siti get the nod

Penang's Low Wee Wern and the Bukit Jalil Sports School's (BJSS) Siti Munirah Ariff have been selected to represent Malaysia in the World Junior Squash Championships, which will be played in Cairo from Aug 17-28.

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Squash queen Nicol gets RM1.3mil sponsorship deal from Mulpha

Nicol David has received a major boost in her squash career with a whopping RM1.3 million in sponsorship.

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Malacca want SRAM to help Sharon find sponsors

B>MALACCA: /B>The Malacca Squash Rackets Association (MSRA) have made an appeal to the Squash Rackets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) to help national number one Sharon Wee to get sponsors for her professional career.

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Kelvin the best bet to fill fourth spot in World Championships’ team

The Squash Rackets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) will only pick their team for the men's World Team Championships after two Satellite tournaments in late September.

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No Malaysian among the seeds in world junior squash meet

For the first time since 1997, Malaysia will not have a player among the seeds for the world junior women's squash championships.

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Our girls seeded sixth for world junior meet

Malaysia have been seeded sixth for the Women's World Junior Squash Championships scheduled to be held from Aug 24-28 in Cairo, Egypt.

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Long road back for Nicol

The long road back to the top begins at the Malaysian Women's Open next week for national squash queen Nicol David.

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SRAM set modest target for World Junior Championship

In stark contrast to the high expectations of two years ago, the Squash Rackets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) have only set a modest target of a top six finish for the national team at the 12th World Women's Junior Championship.