England reclaims Women’s World Team Championship title!

England's women's team Emma Beddoes, Sarah-Jane Perry, Alison Waters and Laura Massaro (f.l.t.r.) with the Canadian Mounty at the prize giving ceremony
In a dramatic climax to the 2014 SHOP.CA Women's World Team Championship in Canada, 2nd seeds England defeated 1st-time finalists Malaysia 2/1 to win the championship for the 7th time.

Malaysia dethrones Egypt to set up World Championship final with England!

Low Wee Wern (le) of Malaysia gave it all to beat Nour El Sherbini of Egypt to take her team the 1st time to the World Championship final
After two dramatic semi-finals in the Women's World Team Championship in Canada, 2nd seeds England will face 3rd seeds Malaysia in Saturday's final in Niagara-on-the-Lake.

Women’s World Team Championship!

The Egyptian Team is seeded to retain their title - hosts Canada is seeded at no11 in pool C with Malaysia, USA, Mexico and Guatemala
Egypt are seeded to retain their title in tomorrow’s SHOP.CA WSF Women's World Team Championship in Canada. The defending champions will be one of 20 nations represented - with all the world's top ten players in action - in the 19th staging of the biennial World Squash Federation championship at White Oaks Conference Resort & Spa in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, from 1-6 December.

AJ Bell British Grand Prix live on BT Sport!

The matches of the AJ Bell British Squash Grand Prix will be shown live on SquashTV (world wide) and will be broadcasted in the UK by BT Sport
Mohamed Elshorbagy, Gregory Gaultier and England’s Nick Matthew, the world’s three highest ranked players, will be playing to a brand new audience at the AJ Bell British Squash Grand Prix after it has been confirmed today that it will be broadcasted live in the UK by BT Sport.

Ramy Ashour: 2014 World Champion!

"I have worked so hard both mentally and physically to get myself ready for this tournament and I have pushed myself so hard. It doesn't get any better than this", said World Champion Ramy Ashour.
Egyptian Ramy Ashour, the 27-year-old appearing in his 1st competitive tournament since May's Allam British Open, defied the odds to claim his third world crown, beating compatriot Mohamed Elshorbagy in a thrilling final of the Qatar PSA World Championship in Doha.

Elshorbagy downs Matthew to set up al-Egyptian final!

After talking-the-talk, World No.1 Mohamed Elshorbagy proved he can walk-the-walk by defeating 2013 title holder Nick Matthew 3/0 in the World Championship semi-final show-down.
World No.1 Mohamed Elshorbagy defeating 2013 title holder Nick Matthew from England in their 2014 Qatar PSA World Championship semi-final show-down in Doha to back up his leading position.

Coppinger moves into World Championship quarters!

"Considering the setting, the circumstance and that this is the World Championship, this is without a shadow of a doubt the biggest win of my career," said Coppinger after the match.
Unseeded Stephen Coppinger, the World No.24 from Cape Town, pulled off what he described as the biggest win of his career when he beat Egyptian World No.9 Tarek Momen to move into the quarter-finals of the 2014 Qatar PSA World Championship in Doha.

Pilley powers past Barker in Qatar!

"I'm very happy with that win. We've played a few times in the last six months and he's won every time so it's pleasing to make up for those today", a very happy Cameron Pilley said.
Australian Cameron Pilley, the world No20, powered his way past England's world No8 Peter Barker in a epic 86-minute encounter to book is place into the 3rd round of the 2014 Qatar PSA World Championship in Doha.
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