Noah Browne competed in the $5,000 Men's Hazlow Electronics Rochester Pro-Am 2018 held at the University of Rochester, New York.
Browne have the challenge of meeting the tournament’s number one seed Angus Gillams from England in his First Round, Browne would fall in straight games 11-6, 11-6, 11-9.
Sunday, April 08, 2018
Browne Falls in Canada Championship
Noah Browne competed in the $5,000 Men's Vogue Optical Atlantic Championship in Canada.
Browne went down in his First Round match in straight games 11-8, 11-5, 13-11 to Tyler Osborne.
Saturday, April 07, 2018
Franklin Advances to Commonwealth Games Final
Micah Franklin has advanced to the Commonwealth Games Squash Plate-Final following a win over Kelvin Ndhlovu from Zambia.
Franklin would win 3 – 1.
Franklin would win the first game 11-9, Franklin would then win the second game 11-3, Ndhlovu would win game three 11-5, to make it 2 – 1, but Franklin would close out the game winning the fourth game 11-9.
Thursday, April 05, 2018
Franklin Advances in Commonwealth Games Squash
The Commonwealth Games Squash Tournament got underway with the Men's Singles Round of 64 matches.
Bermuda’s Micah Franklin with a World ranking of 195th defeated James Fayia from Sierra Leone in his First Round.
Franklin would advance winning 11-2, 11-3, 11-1.
Franklin would next take on Joel Makin from Wales in the Round of 32.
In his round of 32 match Franklin went down in straight games to Makin 11-6, 11-3, 11-3.
Monday, March 19, 2018
Franklin's Commonwealth Games Draw Announced
England is predicted to win Singles Gold in both Squash events in next month's Commonwealth Games in Australia for the first time, following the revelation that Nick Matthew and Laura Massaro are top seeds in the Men's and Women's events, respectively, based upon the March PSA rankings.
Squash is celebrating its sixth appearance in the Commonwealth Games since making its debut in 1998 in Malaysia. The Men's and Women's Singles Championships will take place at Oxenford Studios in Gold Coast, Queensland, from April 5th - 9th, followed by the Men's, Women's and Mixed Doubles events from April 10th – 15th.
Bermuda’s Micah Franklin with a World ranking of 195th has also been drawn in the Commonwealth Games, Franklin will face off against James Fayia from Sierra Leone in his First Round.
Men's 1st Round
 Nick Matthew (ENG) bye Ian Rukunya (UGA) v Stephen Henry (FIJ) Xavier Koenig (MRI) v Yusif Mansaray (SLE)  Vikram Malhotra (IND) v Manda Chilambwe (ZAM)  Nafiizwan Adnan (MAS) bye Evan Williams (NZL) v Jacob Kelly (CAY) Othneil Bailey (SVG) v James Dalidi (KEN)  Ryan Cuskelly (AUS) bye  Cameron Pilley (AUS) bye Ernest Jombla (SLE) v Klaus Pragassen (SEY) Kale Wilson (TRI) v Daniel Zammit-Lewis (MLT)  Peter Creed (WAL) v Lewis Walters (JAM)  Campbell Grayson (NZL) v Jason-Ray Khalil (GUY) Kevin Moran (SCO) v Jules Snagg (SVG) Farhan Zaman (PAK) v Joe Chapman (IVB)  James Willstrop (ENG) bye  Saurav Ghosal (IND) bye Christopher Binnie (JAM) v Jason Doyle (SVG) Micah Franklin (BER) v James Fayia (SLE)  Joel Makin (WAL) v Sailesh Pala (FIJ)  Eain Yow Ng (MAS) v Rex Hedrick (AUS) Sunny Seth (GUY) v Shawn Simpson (BAR) Tayyab Aslam (PAK) v Neville Sorrentino (IVB)  Alan Clyne (SCO) bye  Daryl Selby (ENG) bye Madako Junior Suari (PNG) v Michael Kawooya (UGA) Ravindu Laksiri (SRI) v Romit Parshottam (FIJ)  Greg Lobban (SCO) bye  Harinder Pal Singh Sandhu (IND) v Cameron Stafford (CAY) Ivan Yuen (MAS) v Mandela Patrick (TRI) Christian Navas (GIB) v Kelvin Ndhlovu (ZAM)  Paul Coll (NZL) bye