Squash at the 1998 Commonwealth Games

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Squash
at the 1998 Commonwealth Games
Squash pictogram.svg
VenueKuala Lumpur
Dates10–21 September 1998
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The inaugural squash competition at the 1998 Commonwealth Games took place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 11 September until 21 September 1998.[1] There were no bronze medal play off matches because both losing semi-finalists were awarded a bronze medal.

Medallists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's singles  Peter Nicol (SCO)  Jonathon Power (CAN)  Alex Gough (WAL)
 Paul Johnson (ENG)
Women's singles  Michelle Martin (AUS)  Sarah Fitz-Gerald (AUS)  Cassie Jackman (ENG)
 Sue Wright (ENG)
Men's doubles  Mark Chaloner &
Paul Johnson (ENG)
 Byron Davis &
Rodney Eyles (AUS)
 Mark Cairns & Chris Walker (ENG)
 Stuart Cowie & Peter Nicol (SCO)
Women's doubles  Cassie Jackman &
Sue Wright (ENG)
 Robyn Cooper &
Rachael Grinham (AUS)
 Sarah Fitz-Gerald & Carol Owens (AUS)
 Natalie Grainger & Claire Nitch (RSA)
Mixed doubles  Craig Rowland &
Michelle Martin (AUS)
 Simon Parke &
Suzanne Horner (ENG)
 Glen Wilson & Sarah Cook (NZL)
 Rodney Durbach & Natalie Grainger (RSA)


Results[edit]

[2]

Men's Singles (10-16 Sep)[edit]

Second round Quarter finals Semi finals Final
1 Scotland Peter Nicol 9 9 9
Canada Graham Ryding 4 4 1 1 Scotland Nicol 9 9 9
7 England Mark Chaloner 9 9 2 9 9 7 England Chaloner 5 2 3
Scotland Martin Heath 2 6 9 10 5 1 Scotland Nicol 9 9 9
6 England Paul Johnson 10 9 9 6 England Johnson 2 3 1
Australia Craig Rowland 9 5 5 6 England Johnson 9 10 9
3 Australia Rodney Eyles 10 7 9 9 3 Australia Eyles 2 8 1
Australia David Palmer 9 9 2 7 1 Scotland Nicol 2 9 9 2 9
2 Canada Jonathon Power 9 9 9 2 Canada Power 9 2 1 9 2
Pakistan Zarak Jahan Khan 6 0 4 2 Canada Power 9 9 9
Wales David Evans 9 0 2 9 9 Wales Evans 1 2 2
5 England Simon Parke 4 9 9 5 1 2 Canada Power 9 9 9
4 Wales Alex Gough 9 9 3 9 4 Wales Gough 4 2 4
Malaysia Kenneth Low 6 1 9 7 4 Wales Gough 9 9 10
South Africa Craig Wapnick 4 9 9 9 South Africa Wapnick 6 0 8
Australia Byron Davis 9 4 4 4


Women's Singles (10-16 Sep)[edit]

Second round Quarter finals Semi finals Final
1 Australia Sarah Fitz-Gerald 9 9 9
South Africa Natalie Grainger 5 0 0 1 Australia Fitz-Gerald 9 9 9
5 England Suzanne Horner 9 9 9 5 England Horner 3 1 4
South Africa Carla Venter 2 2 5 1 Australia Fitz-Gerald 9 9 9
3 England Cassie Jackman 7 9 9 6 10 3 England Jackman 2 0 2
South Africa Claire Nitch 9 1 4 9 8 3 England Jackman 10 9 9
6 Australia Carol Owens 9 9 9 6 Australia Owens 8 2 1
Malaysia Leong Siu Lynn 2 2 4 1 Australia Fitz-Gerald 0 6 5
2 Australia Michelle Martin 9 10 9 2 Australia Martin 9 9 9
Australia Robyn Cooper 3 8 3 2 Australia Martin 9 9 9
8 England Linda Charman 9 9 9 8 England Charman 1 1 4
Malaysia Nicol David 6 6 0 2 Australia Martin 9 9 9
4 England Sue Wright 9 9 9 4 England Wright 7 1 2
Guernsey Lisa Opie 1 2 5 4 England Wright 9 9 4 1 9
7 New Zealand Leilani Joyce 9 5 9 9 7 New Zealand Joyce 2 6 9 9 0
Scotland Senga Macfie 3 9 2 5


Men's Doubles (17-20 Sep)[edit]

Quarter finals Semi finals Final
               
England Chris Walker &
Mark Cairns
15 15
Malaysia Kenneth Low &
Michael Soo
7 10
England Walker & Cairns 15 12 10
Australia Eyles & Davis 4 15 15
Australia Rodney Eyles &
Byron Davis
12 15 17
Australia David Palmer &
Paul Price
15 12 15
Australia Eyles & Davis 8 4
England Johnson & Chaloner 15 15
England Paul Johnson &
Mark Chaloner
15 15 15
Wales Alex Gough &
David Evans
17 6 12
England Johnson & Chaloner 15 17
Scotland Nicol & Cowie 10 14
Scotland Peter Nicol &
Stuart Cowie
15 15
Canada Graham Ryding &
Jonathon Power
3 7


Women's Doubles (17-20 Sep)[edit]

Quarter finals Semi finals Final
               
England Sue Wright &
Cassie Jackman
17 6 15
England Linda Charman &
Jane Martin
16 15 10
England Wright & Jackman 13 17 15
Australia Fitz-Gerald & Owens 15 14 5
Australia Sarah Fitz-Gerald &
Carol Owens
15 15
Malaysia Nicol David &
Leong Siu Lynn
9 10
England Wright & Jackman 15 15
Australia Cooper & Grinham 10 12
Australia Robyn Cooper &
Rachael Grinham
17 15 15
New Zealand Leilani Joyce &
Philippa Beams
15 17 13
Australia Cooper & Grinham 15 15
South Africa Nitch & Grainger 7 9
South Africa Claire Nitch &
Natalie Grainger
15 17
South Africa Angelique Clifton Parks & Annelize Naudé 11 15


Mixed Doubles (17-20 Sep)[edit]

Quarter finals Semi finals Final
               
Australia Craig Rowland &
Michelle Martin
15 15
Scotland Stuart Cowie &
Senga Macfie
9 6
Australia Rowland & Martin 15 15
South Africa Durbach & Grainger 9 11
South Africa Rodney Durbach &
Natalie Grainger
15 11 15
New Zealand Wayne Werder &
Fiona Dean
10 15 7
Australia Rowland & Martin 15 15
England Parke & Horner 4 7
England Simon Parke &
Suzanne Horner
15 6 15
South Africa Craig Van der Wath &
Claire Nitch
12 15 9
England Parke & Horner 15 15
New Zealand Wilson & Cook 13 8
New Zealand Glen Wilson &
Sarah Cook
15 15
Wales Gareth Davies &
Katrina Hogan
4 13


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Results". Commonwealth Games Federation. Archived from the original on 2013-02-15.
  2. ^ "Colin McQuillan. "Nicol offers golden promise." Times [London, England] 10 Sept. 1998". Times Archives.