The state of New South Wales has produced many national and world ranked players including: 

Heather McKay

Born in New South Wales in 1941, McKay dominated the sports of squash in the 1960’s and 1970’s. She was unbeaten in competitive squash matches from 1962 through 1981.

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David Palmer

Born in Lithgow, New South Wales in 1976, Palmer had a successful career in squash. Palmer retired from squash in 2011 and maintained a successful and high-level coach at his David Palmer Squash Academy in Orlando, Florida

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Michelle Martin

Martin has continued her commitment to Australian squash in the coaching field, and was manager/coach of the victorious Australian team at the 2004 World Women’s Teams Championship in Amsterdam.

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Anthony Ricketts

Born in Sydney in 1979, Ricketts with fellow New South Welshman David Palmer and Canberras Stewart Boswell kept the Australian squash flag flying high during the 2000s. At age 31, Anthony Ricketts was ranked as high as 3 in the world and was the top Australian at the time.

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Ken Hiscoe

Born in Sydney, Australia in 1971, Ken Hiscoe is one the stalwarts of Australian squash. His performances and efforts through the sixties and seventies assisted in forming the sound foundation for Australian squash that we have today and the athletes that followed.

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Barbara Wall

Born in Perth, Australia in 1948, Wall was the first female squash player to become professional. She was inducted into the Hall of Fame. Wall said being inducted into the Hall of Fame was a huge honour for her.

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Sue King

Born in Sydney, Australia in 1950, King has had one of the most distinguish careers in Australian squash history (as a player, as a coach and as an administrator). Sue King has been involved in coaching juniors for the past 10 years. She currently coaches Andrew Lloyd ranked at number 3 in the 15 years age division in New South Wales. 

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Cam Nancarrow

Nancarrow won several junior tournaments and made his way up the extremely powerful New South Wales ranks. He won his first event when he took out the Combined High School championship in Sydney. 

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Adam Schreiber


Adam was born in In Redfern, Sydney NSW and is a proud Wiradjuri man with his family originating from Erambie Mission in Cowra NSW. He was a member of the Australian team winning the World Juniors Championships in 1986 and was ranked 4th junior in the world. As a senior he achieved a top 30 ranking before injury curtailed his career.

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