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Later on she distributed two Wilson Squash Rackets to each of the players comprising Human Ahmad, Ibrahim Mohib, Ghulam Mohammad, Fahad Sharif, Hamza Sharif, Walid Khalil, Jawad Hussain, Mohammad Hammid, Mohammad Ammad, Bilal Ahmad, Abu Zar, Azhar Ahmad and Ansar Nisar.
Why are his squash rackets checked in London and not in Vegas?
Nicol blamed the Squash Rackets Association in his homeland for not giving him the required financial backing to compete at international level.
Stuart Courtney, chief executive of the Squash Rackets Association (SRA), commented: 'Hashim's remarkable entry into this year's British Open is testament not only to his continuing love for the sport but also to the Open itself, which is held in the highest esteem by all players both past and present.
But the Commonwealth Games gold medallist will take advantage of a lottery-funded scheme run by the sport's English governing body, the Squash Rackets Association.
The tenure of the newly- elected officials of the IOA, led by Squash Rackets Federation of India chief Ramachandran, will not be a fouryear term but will end in 2016.
Good potential uses include lightweight structural components for automobiles or the manufacture of tennis, badminton and squash rackets, for example.
NORTON Squash Club has been voted Club of the Year 2012 by Durham and Cleveland Squash Rackets Association.
They can be found at Newport Squash Rackets Club, Rodney Parade, Rodney Road, Newport, South Wales NP19 0AP.
Held at the Northumberland Lawn Tennis and Squash Rackets Club in Jesmond, the event was organised by Jane Martin, who has played professionally, achieving number one ranking in England and number six worldwide.
The excursion has been co-ordinated by the Kenya Squash Rackets Association, and will feature a comprehensive programme of activities in Nairobi including exhibition matches and coaching clinics with the country's leading players and juniors; meetings with sports authorities; and a host of television, radio and press interviews.