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Masters National Individual Champions Crowned in Timaru

The New Zealand Masters was a great success over the weekend with players from all across New Zealand and Australia competing for the title in their Age groups. Thank you to Midlands and Timaru Squash Club for all of the work they put into running this event.

Also congratulations to Kathryn McKay for winning the Rob Roche trophy for her service to Masters.


35-39 Years

Brad Freeme (Australia) beat Sam Atkins (Wellington) 3/1

Shelley kitchen (Auckland) beat Kym Phillips (Australia) 3/1


40-44 Years

Allan Crome (Waikato) beat Kent Darlington (Central) 3/0

Melissa Martin beat Debbie Dunbar 3/0


45-49 Year

Scott Gardiner (Canterbury) beat Jeff Bond (Australia) 3/0

Nadine Cull (Waikato) beat Fiona Rouse (Auckland) 3/2


50-54 Years

Jason Oxenham (Canterbury) beat Paul Railton (Wellington) 3/1

Sue Davis (Australia) beat Lisa Cowlard (Auckland) 3/1 3/1


55-59 Years

Warren Millar (Australia) beat Brett Meyer (Auckland) 3/0

Sue Hillier (Australia) beat Kathryn McKay (Bay of Plenty) 3/0


60-64 Years

Kelvin Smith (Australia) beat Mark Waldin (Auckland) 3/0

Anne Richards (Australia) beat Karen Walton (Canterbury) 3/0


65-69 Years

Wayne Seebeck (Canterbury) beat Phil Tough (Canterbury) 3/0

Freda Walker (Canterbury) beat Judith Smith (Canterbury) 3/0


70+ Years

Brian Cook (Australia) beat Graeme Richardson (Auckland) 3/0

Kaye Jackson (Auckland) beat Marilyn Kennedy (Australia) 3/2



Barry Gardiner (Canterbury) beat Cliff Rawson (Midlands) 3/1

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