It’s C for class as Ameeshenraj reaches final of Northumbria Open

Malaysian player C. Ameeshenraj lifted the boys’ Under-15 title in the British Junior Open squash championships after beating top seed Dennis Gilevskiy of Ireland in the final.

PETALING JAYA: Bristol-based C. Ameeshenraj is ready to erase his past disappointment after swiftly reaching the men’s final in the Northumbria Open in Newcastle on Saturday.

World No. 417 Ameeshenraj showed class to beat a legion of English players in the Professional Squash Association (PSA) satellite event.

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