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Australia's Joseph Kneipp will partner David Palmer in the men's doubles.

Australia dominates Squash seeds

11 Mar 06 06:53
Australia threatens to dominate the Squash doubles competitions, after being seeded number one in the men's, women's and mixed events.
Tania Bailey of England.

Draw revealed for Squash first round

11 Mar 06 01:46
Squash hopefuls, including Dominica and the Cayman Islands, will face seeded heavyweights in first-round single's matches.
World number one David Palmer is on track for Squash Singles gold

Aussie Squash number one

09 Mar 06 07:33
David Palmer has been named as the top seed in the men's Squash Singles, increasing Australia's medal hopes.
Rachael Grinham on court at Manchester 2002.

Squash sisters rank high

02 Mar 06 07:38
Australia’s Squash sisters Natalie and Rachael Grinham have held on to their positions inside the world’s top five players, but will have to overcome the world number one to take home gold.
World number one Nicol David of Malaysia.

Win boosts Malaysian Squash chances

24 Feb 06 04:46
Malaysia’s squash players have announced themselves as a threat to both men’s and women’s titles in Melbourne, with comprehensive wins at the Asian Squash Championships in Kuala Lumpur.
Australian Open champ Anthony Ricketts.

Aussie Squash's steep challenge

17 Jan 06 05:59
On naming its team, Australia’s self-proclaimed 'strongest squash team ever' has set its sights on capturing more than half the gold medals on offer at the Games.
Manchester Games gold medallist Sarah Fitz-Gerald and bronze medallist Rachael Grinham.

Australia, NZ share squash crown

16 Jan 06 02:51
Australia and New Zealand have shared the glory on the final day of the third World Doubles Squash Championships held at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre, the Squash venue of the Melbourne Commonwealth Games.

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