Aaron seeks new squash pearls in the Orient after discovering a jewel in Wee Wern

Good guidance: Aaron guiding Wee Wern during a tournament at the National Squash Centre in Bukit Jalil.

PETALING JAYA: The emergence of Datuk Nicol David in the 1990s marked the golden era of Penang squash as it started attracting global attention to the sport.

The now-retired Nicol went on to be widely recognised as the best female squash player of all time but Penang was not just about the “Pocket Dynamite” as several other players like the Soyza brothers, Allan and Aaron, also emerged to become professional squash players during that time.

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