Women's NT Open 2015
Women's Event Darwin, Australia
Amanda Lands Title No.6 In Darwin
picked up the sixth WSA World Tour title of her career when she
beat fellow New Zealander Megan Craig in the final of the
Women's NT Open, the WSA Challenger 10 squash event at
Darwin Squash Centre in Darwin, Australia.
Kiwis put paid to home interest in the final after despatching
Australians in the semis - favourite Landers-Murphy taking out fourth
seed Sarah Cardwell and third seed Craig ousting Melbourne-based
No.5 seed Christine Nunn.
final marked the two New Zealanders' sixth Tour meeting in three years.
Left-hander Landers-Murphy extended her head-to-head record to 4/2 after
beating the reigning New Zealand national champion 12-10, 11-3, 11-4 in
definitely got better as the tournament progressed,"
said the 23-year-old NT Open champion later.
"These are the sorts of events I'm targeting now, so to get this win is