Malaysia finish runner-up to Egypt in girls squash world championship

  • Squash
  • Saturday, 29 Jul 2017

S. Sivasangari (left) in action against Hania El Hammamy of Egypt in the quarter-finals of the World Junior Championships. - pix credit to WSF World Juniors.

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia had to settle for second best again after falling to a 2-0 defeat to Egypt in the final of the World Junior Squash Championships girls' team event.

Second seeds Malaysia, making only their third final appearance at the world juniors, were bidding for a first ever team title.

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