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Squash: Tricia dropped after going AWOL

National number three Tricia Chuah has gone AWOL and has been dropped from the national team.

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Squash: Boo$t in the arm for junior circuit

Due to overwhelming response in the National Junior Squash Circuit last year, the CIMB have increased their sponsorship to a whopping RM500,000 for the five legs of the circuit this year.

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SRAM want juniors to continue to work hard

The Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) want the national juniors to continue to work hard to achieve results in major championships after a mixed outing in the British Open junior tournament in Sheffield.

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Squash: SRAM give low-rate Scottish Junior Open a miss

For the first time since 1986, Malaysian squash players will not feature in the Scottish Junior Open, which begins today in Edinburgh.

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Syed Mustaffa and Abdul Rahim retain SRAM posts

In closely contested elections at the Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) annual general meeting, Datuk Syed Mustaffa Syed Ali and Abdul Rahim Ali retained their posts as deputy president and vice-president respectively yesterday.

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Nafiizwan will have to fight for place in squad for world meet

Top national back-up squash player Nafiizwan Adnan will be back from his training stint in London on Oct 29 to compete for a place in the Malaysian side for the World Team Championship in December.

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SEA Games: Seven squash men vie for two places

The Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) will conduct trials to pick two men's players for the Korat SEA Games.

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CIMB increase sponsorship for SRAM

The Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) have received a RM4mil shot in the arm when CIMB Group renewed their sponsorship for another two years.

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Come together in the name of sports

THESE are acrimonious days in Malaysian sports. Just a month or so ago, there was the Manchester United story. The English giants were to come here for a friendly but the AFC, organisers of the Asian Cup, put their foot down with a flat 'no'.

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Pakistani coach Jamshed agrees to return to Malaysia

Pakistani Jamshed Gul will be making a return to guide the Malaysian squash players after a three-year absence.