Australia's former world number one Rachael Grinham rolled
back the years to claim her 33rd Women's Squash Association World
Tour title in 16 years when she beat Hong Kong's Joey Chan
in the final of the Calgary CFO Consulting Services WSA Women's
Squash Week in Calgary in the Canadian province of
Top seed Grinham, who celebrated her 37th birthday earlier this
year, reached the climax of the WSA Tour 15 event at the
Calgary Winter Club without dropping a game.
Chan, the second seed who was just nine years old when Grinham began
her formidable WSA Tour title run at the Toulouse Open in
March 1998, also made the final after winning all her matches in
But Grinham, currently ranked 16 in the world, was too strong for
the 25-year-old world No25 - needing just 28 minutes to wrap up her
11-8, 11-7, 11-9 title triumph over Chan.
The win strengthens Grinham's position as the current WSA player
with the second highest Tour title total - ahead of third-placed
compatriot Lisa Camilleri, with 21, and behind Malaysia's
world number one Nicol David who boasts 73 titles.