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Top seeds Kasey Brown (AUS) and Cameron Pilley (AUS) remained unbeaten throughout their five matches to clinch the Gold as the Mixed Doubles
13 October 2010
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Only England, Australia and New Zealand remain in the Gold medal hunt in the Men's Doubles, Woman's Doubles and Mixed Doubles Squash competitions as
13 October 2010
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England and Australia put on impressive performances to qualify for the Semi-finals in the Men's Doubles, Woman's Doubles and Mixed Doubles
12 October 2010
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Malaysians again showed their doubles prowess and displayed some excellent volleys and good ground strokes to outclass local stars in the Pool 6
11 October 2010
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After the early exit of the hosts from the Singles event, India's best hopes of winning its first medal in Squash at Delhi 2010 now rest with the
8 October 2010
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World No. 1 Nicol David from Malaysia will confront India's top ranked Joshna Chinappa for a quarterfinal berth in a key clash at the Siri Fort
5 October 2010
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Malaysian Squash champion Nicol David started her bid for a Commonwealth Games gold medal by taking less than 30 minutes to register  a
4 October 2010
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Australian players have given the Delhi 2010 Squash venue at the Siri Fort Sports Complex here a thumbs-up. "The venue here is amazing. It's a state-
4 October 2010
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The Indian men's squash team got off to a good start at the XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi with three players progressing to the second round on
4 October 2010
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NEW DELHI: Nothing comes easy in sport and the top star of women’s squash, Malaysian Nicol Ann David, says that an athlete needs to have the urge to
3 October 2010
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