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Shahier Razik, Miranda Ranieri win national squash titles
Squash Canada reports...

TORONTO – Shahier Razik of Toronto and Miranda Ranieri of Waterloo, Ont., were crowned the men’s and women’s champions on Saturday at the Harrow Canadian Squash Championships which took place this week at the National Squash Academy.

In a battle of the top-two seeds in the men’s final, number-one Razik took the title for the fifth time in six years defeating Shawn DeLierre of Brossard, Que., 11-6, 11-9, 11-0. Although the match lasted over an hour, thanks to a let ridden second game, it didn’t match some of the epic battles the pair have had in the past.

Andrew McDougall of Calgary won the bronze.

In the women’s final, Ranieri overcame a 4-8 deficit in the second game en route to her second consecutive national title defeating fourth-seed Stephanie Edmison of Toronto 11-6, 11-8, 11-4. Ranieri, seeded second,scored seven unanswered points to catch, pass and win that second game.

‘’The second game could have gone either way,’’ said Ranieri. ‘’Stephanie played really well and I was able to hit a couple deep on my rally. If I hadn’t won that second game, it could have been much different.’’

In the third place match, Samantha Cornett of Ottawa defeated top-seed Alexandra Norman of Montreal in straight games. Edmison had upset Norman in Friday’s semifinal.

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