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RESULTS: World Masters Games Squash Championships, Auckland, New Zealand

Men's Over-35 final:

[1] Kashif Shuja (NZL) bt [2] Sam Atkins (NZL) 11-8, 11-4, 14-12

Men's Over-40 final

[3] Allan Crome (NZL) bt [1] Corey Love (NZL) 11-5, 11-13, 6-11, 11-4, 11-9

Men's Over-45 final:

[2] Paul Bedford (NZL) bt [5] Robert Clark (NZL) 11-7, 11-6, 11-9

Men's Over-50 final:

[1] Craig van der Wath (RSA) bt [2] Steven Wren (CAN) 11-6, 11-7, 18-16

Men's Over-55 final:

[1] Peter Gilbee (AUS) bt [2] Dale Robbins (AUS) 11-9, 11-6, 11-9

Men's Over-60 final:

[1] Mark Waldin (NZL) bt [2] Roy Ollier (AUS) 11-8, 11-8, 11-4

Men's Over-65 final:

[6] Ross Wells (NZL) bt [1] Hongi Laing (NZL) 11-6, 7-11, 11-8, 7-11, 13-11

Men's Over-70 final:

[1] Gerald Poulton (CAN) bt Graeme Richardson (NZL) 11-2, 11-7, 8-11, 7-11, 11-4

Men's Over-75:

Champion: Richard Purser (NZL); Runner-up: Tom Slattery (AUS)

Men's Over-80:

Champion: Malcolm Gilham (ENG); Runner-up: Trevor Coulter (NZL)

 

Women's Over-35 final:

[1] Shelley Kitchen (NZL) bt [2] Joanna Shanks (NZL) 11-8, 2-11, 11-5, 6-11, 11-5

Women's Over-40 final:

[1] Suk Hee Kim (NZL) bt [3] Trina Moore (NZL) 7-11, 11-9, 11-8, 11-8

Women's Over-45 final:

[1] Sarah Fitz-Gerald (AUS) bt [2] Lisa Cowlard (NZL) 11-4, 11-8, 11-2

Women's Over-50 final:

[1] Sue Hillier (AUS) bt [2] Angelique Clifton-Parks (RSA) 19-17, 8-11, 12-10, 11-8

Women's Over-55 final:

[2] Pippa Green (ENG) bt [1] Susan Lawrence (JAM) 11-4, 11-7, 16-14

Women's Over-60 final:

[1] Anne Richards (AUS) bt [3] Sarah Wilson (AUS) 11-2, 11-8, 11-3

Women's Over-65 final:

[2] Laura Ramsay (CAN) bt [1] Sue Volzke (AUS) 11-3, 11-5, 11-6

Women's Over-70 final:

[1] Kaye Jackson (NZL) bt [2] Patricia Taylor (NZL) 11-8, 11-4, 11-3

 

New Zealand Dominant In World Masters Games

Hosts New Zealand claimed the lion's share of the Squash titles in the 2017 World Masters Games, described by International Masters Games Association President Kai Holm at the Closing Ceremony in Auckland as "the best Games ever!".

 

The Games featured 28 sports (including 45 disciplines) across 48 venues - with squash boasting almost 600 competitors taking part in 18 events, from Over-35 to Over-80 championships, at North Shore Squash Club.

 

Former world No.36 Kashif Shuja led the haul of Kiwi titles, the 36-year-old from Palmerston North winning the Over-35 gold medal after beating fellow countryman Sam Atkins in the final.

 

World Masters17 SKitchen J Shanks

 

Squash New Zealand's recently-appointed High Performance Programme Manager Shelley Kitchen, a former world No.6 and Commonwealth Games bronze medallist, clinched the women's O35 title. [Kitchen pictured above (centre) with runner-up Joanna Shanks (NZL, left) and 3rd-placed Dianne Antonsen (AUS)]

 

New Zealand's least-expected title arguably came in the Men's Over-65 competition where sixth seed Ross Wells overcame favourite Hongi Laing 11-6, 7-11, 11-8, 7-11, 13-11 in a dramatic final.

 

Australia success was led by legend Sarah Fitz-Gerald, the five-time World Champion and former world No.1 from Melbourne who secured the Women's Over-45 title after beating local hope Lisa Cowlard in the final.

 

World Masters17 SFitzgerald AKenney LCoward

 

On receiving her gold medal, the 2002 Commonwealth Games gold medallist and reigning World O45 champion [pictured above, centre, with 3rd-placed Amanda Kennedy (NZL, left) and runner-up Lisa Cowlard (NZL)] immediately jetted to Finland where, as a recently elected World Squash Federation Vice President, she attended a Federation board meeting.

 

There was success for South Africa in the Men's Over-50 event where record six-time World Masters champion Craig van der Wath [pictured below flanked by 3rd-placed Gary Duberly (NZL, left) and runner-up Steven Wren (CAN)] fulfilled his seeding by winning the gold medal.

 

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Canada claimed gold in both the Men's Over-70 event, courtesy of Gerald Poulton, and in the Women's Over-65 event after Laura Ramsay upset Australian favourite Sue Volzke in the final.

 

The most senior title was won by one of two gold medallists from England. Ultimately only two players competed in the Men's Over-80 championship - and, after two victories over New Zealand rival Trevor Coulter, it was 82-year-old Englishman Malcolm Gilham who was declared the undisputed winner - adding to the World O80 Masters title the Suffolk octogenarian won last year in South Africa.

 

World Masters Games images courtesy of Sam Crawford, Squash New Zealand

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Issued by Howard Harding, World Squash Federation World Media Director

Howard@hhpr.co.uk | 44 7773-325130

WSQ 7878 1 May 2017

 

 

New Zealand Dominant In World Masters Games

Hosts New Zealand claimed the lion's share of the Squash titles in the 2017 World Masters Games, described by International Masters Games Association President Kai Holm at the Closing Ceremony in Auckland as "the best Games ever!".

 

RESULTS: World Masters Games Squash Championships, Auckland, New Zealand

Men's Over-35 final:

[1] Kashif Shuja (NZL) bt [2] Sam Atkins (NZL) 11-8, 11-4, 14-12

Men's Over-40 final

[3] Allan Crome (NZL) bt [1] Corey Love (NZL) 11-5, 11-13, 6-11, 11-4, 11-9

Men's Over-45 final:

[2] Paul Bedford (NZL) bt [5] Robert Clark (NZL) 11-7, 11-6, 11-9

Men's Over-50 final:

[1] Craig van der Wath (RSA) bt [2] Steven Wren (CAN) 11-6, 11-7, 18-16

Men's Over-55 final:

[1] Peter Gilbee (AUS) bt [2] Dale Robbins (AUS) 11-9, 11-6, 11-9

Men's Over-60 final:

[1] Mark Waldin (NZL) bt [2] Roy Ollier (AUS) 11-8, 11-8, 11-4

Men's Over-65 final:

[6] Ross Wells (NZL) bt [1] Hongi Laing (NZL) 11-6, 7-11, 11-8, 7-11, 13-11

Men's Over-70 final:

[1] Gerald Poulton (CAN) bt Graeme Richardson (NZL) 11-2, 11-7, 8-11, 7-11, 11-4

Men's Over-75:

Champion: Richard Purser (NZL); Runner-up: Tom Slattery (AUS)

Men's Over-80:

Champion: Malcolm Gilham (ENG); Runner-up: Trevor Coulter (NZL)

 

Women's Over-35 final:

[1] Shelley Kitchen (NZL) bt [2] Joanna Shanks (NZL) 11-8, 2-11, 11-5, 6-11, 11-5

Women's Over-40 final:

[1] Suk Hee Kim (NZL) bt [3] Trina Moore (NZL) 7-11, 11-9, 11-8, 11-8

Women's Over-45 final:

[1] Sarah Fitz-Gerald (AUS) bt [2] Lisa Cowlard (NZL) 11-4, 11-8, 11-2

Women's Over-50 final:

[1] Sue Hillier (AUS) bt [2] Angelique Clifton-Parks (RSA) 19-17, 8-11, 12-10, 11-8

Women's Over-55 final:

[2] Pippa Green (ENG) bt [1] Susan Lawrence (JAM) 11-4, 11-7, 16-14

Women's Over-60 final:

[1] Anne Richards (AUS) bt [3] Sarah Wilson (AUS) 11-2, 11-8, 11-3

Women's Over-65 final:

[2] Laura Ramsay (CAN) bt [1] Sue Volzke (AUS) 11-3, 11-5, 11-6

Women's Over-70 final:

[1] Kaye Jackson (NZL) bt [2] Patricia Taylor (NZL) 11-8, 11-4, 11-3

 

New Zealand Dominant In World Masters Games

Hosts New Zealand claimed the lion's share of the Squash titles in the 2017 World Masters Games, described by International Masters Games Association President Kai Holm at the Closing Ceremony in Auckland as "the best Games ever!".

 

The Games featured 28 sports (including 45 disciplines) across 48 venues - with squash boasting almost 600 competitors taking part in 18 events, from Over-35 to Over-80 championships, at North Shore Squash Club.

 

Former world No.36 Kashif Shuja led the haul of Kiwi titles, the 36-year-old from Palmerston North winning the Over-35 gold medal after beating fellow countryman Sam Atkins in the final.

 

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Squash New Zealand's recently-appointed High Performance Programme Manager Shelley Kitchen, a former world No.6 and Commonwealth Games bronze medallist, clinched the women's O35 title. [Kitchen pictured above (centre) with runner-up Joanna Shanks (NZL, left) and 3rd-placed Dianne Antonsen (AUS)]

New Zealand's least-expected title arguably came in the Men's Over-65 competition where sixth seed Ross Wells overcame favourite Hongi Laing 11-6, 7-11, 11-8, 7-11, 13-11 in a dramatic final.

Australia success was led by legend Sarah Fitz-Gerald, the five-time World Champion and former world No.1 from Melbourne who secured the Women's Over-45 title after beating local hope Lisa Cowlard in the final.

http://www.squashinfo.com/img/mailer/600_FitzGerald_WMastersGames17a.jpg

On receiving her gold medal, the 2002 Commonwealth Games gold medallist and reigning World O45 champion [pictured above, centre, with 3rd-placed Amanda Kennedy (NZL, left) and runner-up Lisa Cowlard (NZL)] immediately jetted to Finland where, as a recently elected World Squash Federation Vice President, she attended a Federation board meeting.

There was success for South Africa in the Men's Over-50 event where record six-time World Masters champion Craig van der Wath [pictured below flanked by 3rd-placed Gary Duberly (NZL, left) and runner-up Steven Wren (CAN)] fulfilled his seeding by winning the gold medal.

http://www.squashinfo.com/img/mailer/600_VanDerWath_WMastersGames17a.jpg

Canada claimed gold in both the Men's Over-70 event, courtesy of Gerald Poulton, and in the Women's Over-65 event after Laura Ramsay upset Australian favourite Sue Volzke in the final.

The most senior title was won by one of two gold medallists from England. Ultimately only two players competed in the Men's Over-80 championship - and, after two victories over New Zealand rival Trevor Coulter, it was 82-year-old Englishman Malcolm Gilham who was declared the undisputed winner - adding to the World O80 Masters title the Suffolk octogenarian won last year in South Africa.

World Masters Games images courtesy of Sam Crawford, Squash New Zealand

Like WorldSquash on FacebookWorldSquash on Facebook

Follow @WorldSquash on Twitter@WorldSquash on Twitter

Issued by Howard Harding, World Squash Federation World Media Director

Howard@hhpr.co.uk | 44 7773-325130

WSQ 7878 1 May 2017

 


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