Sport in Short: Squash

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ENGLAND, the defending champions, reached the final of the world junior men's team championship in Hong Kong yesterday, fighting back from two-game deficits in two rubbers to beat Canada 2-1.

WORLD JUNIOR MEN'S TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP (Hong Kong): Semi-finals: England 2 Canada 1 (N Cass lost to J Power 6-9 9-1 3-9 9-4 0-9; J Rennie bt G Ryding 6-9 3-9 9-5 9-0 9-4; C Clare bt P Kelly 6-9 5-9 9-4 9-1 9-1); Australia 3 Egypt 0. Play-offs: Fifth: Finland 3 Sweden 0. Seventh: NZ 2 Germany 1. Ninth: Malaysia 2 Scotland 1 (H Ho bt C McMaster 9-6 9-2 9-0; K Low bt R Campbell 9-2 9-7 9-1; E Ho lost to B Christie 9-5 3-9 6-9 9-5 1-9). 11th: Pakistan 3 HK 0. 13th: Argentina 2 Ireland 1 (A Wais bt N Murphy 3-9 9-5 9-0 1-9 9-1; E Albelo bt B Hession 9-4 9-6 9-4; A Martinez lost to K Flynn 4-9 4-9 2-9). 15th: France 3 India 0. 17th: Singapore 2 US 1. 19th: SA 3 Spain 0. 21st: Switzerland 2 Kenya 1. 23rd: Kuwait 3 Bermuda 0.

MALAYSIAN OPEN (Kuala Lumpur): Women's semi- final correction: M Martin (Aus) bt M Le Moignan (Eng) 15-9 15-7 15-11.

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