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Rising South African squash player, Awande Malinga, was named the 2019 Tuks Squash High School Girls’ Champion this past weekend
UJ Student-Athlete of the Year, Alexa Pienaar, says that it has been hectic juggling squash and her academics, but she has successfully shown her versatility
The Madibaz squash team retained their league title and captain Bianca Brown attributed their success to hard work and having a good depth within their squad
In this exclusive interview, South Africa’s Milnay Louw spoke with gsport after her silver medal at the Growthpoint SA Squash Open after a tough final won by Egyptian Menna Hamed, her future goals and plans to give back to the youth
Tournament third-seeded Menna Hamed (Egypt) beat South African favourite Milnay Louw in straight games to win the 2019 Growthpoint SA Squash Open Final, in Cape Town on Saturday
Eight year old self-made chess whiz Minentle Miya – the youngest-ever gsport Awards finalist – is up against leading SA U16 squash star, Awande Malinga and SA’s 2nd-ranked junior golfer, Kaiyuree Moodley, for the 2019 gsport Schools Sport Star Award.
SA Squash National Champs top seed Milnay Louw defeated Lizelle Muller in straight sets to win her third Growthpoint SA Nationals title at the Brooklyn Mall on Saturday
Defending champion Alexa Pienaar has her sights set on further success when the University Sport South Africa squash tournament takes place in Cape Town from June 30 to July 5.
Rising Madibaz squash star Hayley Ward will get another chance to test her skills against players at a high level, when she competes in the PSA Closed Satellite tournament at Londt Park in Port Elizabeth next week.
Squash star Alexa Pienaar kept the University of Johannesburg flag flying high when she won the silver medal at the World University Squash Championships women’s event earlier this month.
20-year-old Madibaz squash player Hayley Ward finished seventh in the World University Championships in England, an effort that helped team SA to 6th place in in the team competition in Birmingham.