Sporting Digest: Squash

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The Independent Online
TRISTAN NANCARROW received the third ban of his career yesterday when he was suspended for four months and fined pounds 500. The complaints against him included insulting an official in Qatar, barging England's Peter Marshall in Zurich, abusing a referee in Canada, and allegedly making remarks to a Hong Kong newspaper likely to bring the game into disrepute. Nancarrow's ban starts on 9 April which means he misses the British Open starting five days later.

CHRIS GOTLA has resigned from his post as the Squash Rackets Association's chief executive after 10 months in the job.