SA squash top seeds Siyoli Waters and Milnay Louw both won their Round 3 Quarter-Final ties on Wednesdays in straight sets to advance to the SA National Squash Championships Semi-Finals at the Wanderers Club in Illovo, Johannesburg
Top seeds Siyoli Waters and Milnay Louw dominate round two for comfortable progress to the SA National Squash champs quarterfinals on Wednesday
SA champ Siyoli Waters delights at UCT by beating Egypt’s Salma Nassar in the final of the Women’s Keith Grainger Memorial UCT Open to clinch the 2014 WSA Tour 5 squash title
Milnay Louw leads SA hopes in the Northerns Open Squash Championships quarter-finals, after early exits for Cheyna Tucker and Alexandra Fuller at the Pretoria Country Club on Tuesday evening
Having won two national squash titles in April, SA squash star Cheyna Tucker discusses keeping her focus on ensuring a strong core and total body strength, to assist her rise in world rankings
Siyoli Waters has been chosen to captain SA’s squash team in the Women’s World Team Championships in France after an impressive showing at the Macau open in China. Waters, who is ranked 48, beat 17th ranked Australian Donna Urqhart.
Western Province turned out in special form take the 2011 Kaplan Cup Inter-Provincial championship in East London on Friday by beating silver medalists Central Gauteng 5-0 and, in the process, conceding only 3 games to take the annual honours by a clear 17 points.
Central Gauteng closed their leaderboard position on day 4 of the Kaplan Inter-Provincial Championship in East London to a slim two points after beating Eastern Province 19-5, with match wins courtesy Emma Beddoes, Diana Argyle, Adel Wier and Catherine Blake giving the Gauteng team a chance at national honours in the leaders fixture on Friday. […]
Central Gauteng and Easterns registered comfortable wins over Northerns and Eastern Province, respectively, in the Women’s A Section on Day 2 of the Kaplan Interprovincial Squash Championships, at East London on Tuesday, after Western Province opened the tournament with a runaway win over Easterns on Monday.
My name is Cheyna Tucker, I am 17 years old. I was born in Johannesburg and continue to live in Lonehill, Johannesburg. I am currently at Dainfern College doing Grade 12. Starting this account of my "not so many" years on this wonderful earth, made me realise just how fantastic my life has been and […]