Hania El Hammamy wins the women's World Junior title at her third attempt as Mostafa Asal successfully defends the men's ...
Egyptian trios advance to the semis in KL - can Azman or Anderson stop them ???
It was another full-on day at the National Squash Centre, with some minor upsets as Egypt and Malaysia enjoyed great days ..
No stopping Egypt as they claim seven of eight quarter-final places at the Express Avenue Mall ...
Another busy day at the ISA as both draws were taken down to the last 16 players ...
There's no letup in the action today as the 32 players left in each draw aim to book their places in the fourth round ...
Nouran Gohar and Diego Elias are the 2015 World Junior Champions ...
Semi-finals day at Squash Time in Eindhoven, with Egyptians filling six of the last eight places ...
It's six for Egypt on quarter-finals day at Squash Time in Eindhoven ...
Two more rounds of the individual draws today, and now we know the quarter-finalists ...
There was no play today, but it was the Opening Ceremony tonight, and the tournament has been officially opened ...
A lot of the teams and players have arrived now, mainly those from further afield with most European teams due to arrive today ...
The Boys' team event gets under way today, with six pools leading to the playoffs ...
Finals day at the Wanderers Club in Windhoek, where Diego Elias and Habiba Mohamed were crowned World Junior Champions 2014 ...
Habiba dethrones Sherbini in massive semi-final upset ...
Egyptians monopolise Girls' proceedings with four nationalities through to Boys' semis ...
After another busy day the quarter-finalists in both events are decided in Windhoek ...
The second day of play in Namibia sawtwo full rounds of action in the Boys' draw, and the demise of the defending champion ...
The World Junior Squash Championships has officially kicked off on Sunday in Windhoek, Namibia, preceded by an opening ceremony which saw all countries converging at Wanderers ...