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 annual Women’s International Squash Player Association’s […]

Tenille up for World Squash Award

19 year old Tenille Swartz of Parys, South Africa’s Female Squash Player of the Year, is one of 3 nominees for the WISPA (Women’s International Squash Players’ Association) Young Players […]

Tenille on Attack in Norway

Unseeded 19 year old Tenille Swartz, presently based in the Netherlands, caused a major upset in the first round of the Grays Oslo Open Squash Championships in Oslo, when she […]

Swartz Lifts Maiden WISPA Title

South African teenager Tenille Swartz has lifted her maiden title in only her second appearance in a WISPA World Tour squash event, after beating Italy’s Manuela Manetta in the final […]

World Squash Conference in CT

Squash South Africa is hosting the 36th Annual General Meeting and Conference of the World Squash Federation in Cape Town, at the Cape Town Conference Centre, from Thursday 5th October […]

SA’s Last Chance for a Win

The SPAR South Africa Women’s Hockey Team tackle Japan in their final pool-stage match, and coach Jenny King must be wondering how a slightly different result in one game might […]

Egypt Thrash SA Squash Heroes

Second-seeded Egypt have ended SA’s hopes of progressing past the quarter-finals of the Women’s World Teams Squash Championships, after beating them 3-0 overnight in Edmonton, Canada.

World Team Squash Champs

England, Netherlands, Malaysia and Egypt, the top four seeds in the Women’s World Team Squash Championships, took their allotted places in the semi-finals when they each completed easy 3-0 wins […]

SA Advance To Quarters

South Africa is the talk of the town in Edmonton, Canada, after beating Germany 2-1 to advance to the quarterfinals of the Women’s World Team Squash Championships.

SA Squash Australia in Opener

South Africa have made a thrilling start overnight in the Women’s World Team Squash Championships, when they beat defending champions and 5th-ranked Australia 2-1 in their opening bout in Edmonton, […]

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