Sport in Short: Squash

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The Independent Online
MARTINE LE MOIGNAN, the world No 2, from Guernsey, who had been hoping to finish her career this year by winning one of the world's main titles, was beaten in the quarter-finals of the Hi-Tec British Open in London yesterday. The 30-year-old left-hander was beaten 10-8, 4-9, 10-8, 9-1 by Sarah Fitz-Gerald, the eighth-seeded Australian who recovered from 6-8 in the first game and 3-8 in the third.

HI-TEC BRITISH OPEN (Lamb's Club, London): Men's quarter-finals: C Dittmar (Aus) bt P Marshall (Eng) 9-1 9-2 7-9 9-4; B Martin (Aus) bt R Eyles (Aus) 9-5 9-6 6-9 9-2; Jansher Khan (Pak) bt R Norman (NZ) 9-0 9-6 10-9.

Women's quarter-finals: M Martin (Aus) bt H Wallace (Can) 9-2 9-4 9-4; S Wright (Eng) bt C Jackman (Eng) 10-8 9-4 9-6; S Fitz-Gerald (Aus) bt M Le Moignan (Eng) 10-8 4-9 10-8 9-1; S Horner (Eng) bt L Irving (Aus) 9-7 2-9 10-8 10-9.