Calgary's Andrew McDougall wins world championship team trials
MONTREAL – Andrew McDougall of Calgary won his four matches this
week to place first at tightly contested Canadian team world
squash championship trials which were held here this week.
Three of the eight matches at the trials went the five-game
limit and two more went to four. Dane Sharp of Ajax, Ont., was
the heartbreak kid of the tournament losing two matches in five
Both McDougall and second place finisher Andrew Schnell of
Calgary join Shahier Razik of Toronto and Shawn DeLierre of
Brossard, Que., on the Canadian squad for the world team squash
championships set for August 21-27 in Paderborn, Germany.
Razik and DeLierre had already clinched berths on the team
because of their world rankings. Razik is currently ranked 31st
and DeLierre 58th.
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