Squash

U19 Team Ready for Hong Kong

  Aluscha Botha, a Grade 12 learner at the Marais Viljoen High School, Johannesburg will captain the SA U19 team to participate in the World Junior Women’s Squash...

SA National Championship Results

  SA National Squash Championship Results:     Final: 1-Tenille Swartz (N) bt 2- Farrah Fenner (N) 9-3 9-3 10-8 3rd Position: Diana Argyle (G) w/o A Clifton-Parks...

Fenner vs Swartz in Final

Top seeded Tenille Swartz has progressed through to the finals of the SA National Squash Championships, being played in Johannesburg this weekend.  Second-seeded Farrah...

U19 Team Squash Champs

All Africa Under 19 Team Championships Botswana Squash Centre, Gaborone Pool A: First Round: South Africa bt Botswana B 12-0 (No details) Zimbabwe bt Namibia 12-0 Kate McTaggart...

Farrah/Vivienne in Doubles Win

The Northern Gauteng pairing of Farrah Fenner and Vivienne Doeg needed 95 minutes to subdue Pamela Dollenberg and Sharon Wakeford in the De Beers SA National Squash Doubles...

SA Squash Doubles Results

De Beers National Squash Doubles Championships Johannesburg, Second Round Results: A Section: Diana Argyle/Sharon le Roux bt Sonia Pinter/Karla Hunt 3-0 Nicola Helwick/Lindy...

SA Squash Doubles Champ Results

De Beers SA National Squash Doubles Championships Johannesburg, Results: First Round: A Section: 1-D Argyle/S Le Roux bt I van Buynder/S Ferreira 3-0 2-F Fenner/V Doeg bt S...

Farrah’s 1st Free State Open

The women’s events in the Sterling Free State Open Squash Championships hardly saw the top 3 seeds raise a sweat as they moved through to their allotted places in the...

Tenille out of Liberty Bell Semi

Seventh seeded Tenille Swartz has bowed out of the Liberty Bell Open Women’s Squash Championships in Philadelphia, having played through to a semi-final clash with fourth...

Tenille is Young Player 2006

SA’s Tenille Swartz has set the international women’s squash community abuzz after beating Egypt’s Raneem El Weleily and Camille Serme (France) to win the...

Tenille Rockets up the Rankings

Tenille Swartz’s giant killing run in the Grays Oslo Open Squash Championships came to an end in the semi-finals, when fourth-seeded Tegwen Malik of Wales edged her out 9-7...