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Senior Rank List November 2017

The final Squash NZ rank list for the year shows Joelle King and Paul Coll retain their positions at number one in line with their continued progress on the world rankings - both now up one place to number 9.

The top 16 Men's Rank List sees some minor shifts in players placings since the mid year list was published in July, following the New Zealand Nationals, with most of the players having been invested in the PSA series both here and overseas.

The Women's Rank List sees a strong presence of junior girls following the World Junior Womens Event in July, with Kaitlyn Watts up one place to fourth position, and improvements in the placings of the other junior girls.

The Rank List Criteria is published on the Squash NZ website. To be considered for a ranking , players must have played a selection of tournaments including the New Zealand Nationals Event.



  1. Paul Coll
  2. Campbell Grayson
  3. Evan Williams
  4. Lance Beddoes
  5. Ben Grindrod
  6. Chris van der salm
  7. Luke Jones
  8. Scott Galloway
  9. Zac Millar
  10. Kashif Shuja
  11. Matthew Lucente
  12. Gabe Yam
  13. Cameron Jamieson
  14. Finn Trimble
  15. Lwamba Chileshe
  16. Sam Atkins


  1. Joelle King
  2. Amanda Landers-Murphy
  3. Megan Craig
  4. Kaitlyn Watts
  5. Emma Millar
  6. Abbie Palmer
  7. Joanna Shanks
  8. Anna Hughes
  9. Nadia Hubbard
  10. Anika Jackson
  11. Camden Te-Kani McQueen
  12. Courtney Trail
  13. Juee Bide
  14. Casey Owen
  15. Winona-Jo Joyce
  16. Rhiarne Taiapa

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