Malaysia make swift work of Switzerland in boys’ team event


I did it: Dutch player Rowan Damming jubilates after beating England’s Finnlay Withington in the first all-European final for 20 years to win the boys’ singles title in the World Junior Squash Championships in Nancy, France.

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia made a winning start by beating Switzerland 3-0 in their opening Group D match in the boys’ team competition of the World Junior Squash Championships in Nancy, France.

Andrik Lim set Malaysia on the way to victory by beating Lasse Widmer 11-3, 11-6, 11-3.

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