France's Coline Aumard beat top-seeded Australian Lisa
Camilleri for the second time in a week in Australia to win the
Women's North Coast Open in Coffs Harbour, New South
Wales, against expectation.
The event's top two seeds reached the final of the WSA Tour 5
event at Coffs Harbour Squash & Swim Centre after four-games
semi-final battles - Aumard taking out Hong Kong's No6 seed
Vanessa Chu and Camilleri overcoming compatriot Christine
Nunn, the third seed and winner of last week's New South
Aumard, a 25-year-old from Creteil, near Paris, was marking the
seventh final of her career - whilst it was the 29th for 31-year-old
Camilleri, though her first of the year.
The French underdog (pictured above, right, with Camilleri),
eager to make up for her loss in the NSW Open final, put in a
powerful performance - despatching favourite Camilleri 11-8, 11-6,
11-9 in 32 minutes to claim the third WSA World Tour title of