WORLD TOUR HIGHLIGHTS
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Inspired by the legacy and example of Jahangir Khan, universally recognised as the world’s greatest ever player, #teamunsquashable players are amongst the finest and committed players on the Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour who share our values and the UNSQUASHABLE philosophy.
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July 30 2022
Despite being knocked out of the Men’s Singles, Lwamba & Temwa Chileshe have done New Zealand & #teamunsquashable proud at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.Both bothers fought to the very end in their respective 2nd round matches with Lwamba Chileshe being beaten in 5 games by Nick Sachvie of Canada & Temwa Chileshe being denied by fellow #teamunsquashable player Rory...Keep reading
July 29 2022
Rory Stewart of Scotland & New Zealand brothers Lwamba & Temwa Chileshe cruised into the 2nd round of the Men’s Singles at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games which got off to a flying start on day one at the University of Birmingham Squash Centre.World No.66 Rory Stewart defeated Muqtadir Sadruddin Nimji of Kenya 11-7 13-11 11-4 in just 22-minutes. Rory...Keep reading
July 24 2022
Lwamba & brother Temwa Chileshe will both represent New Zealand at the Commonwealth Games which will be staged in Birmingham, England from the next Thursday.The two brothers & #teamunsquashable players will each compete in the Men’s Singles as well as playing together in the Men’s Doubles.Lwamba Chileshe was the runner-up to Paul Coll in the final of the New Zealand...Keep reading
July 17 2022
Lwamba Chileshe reached his first PSA World Tour final outside of his native New Zealand at the PSA Victoria Squash Open in Melbourne, Australia but was denied his maiden ‘overseas’ title by Rex Hedrick at the Mulgrave Country Club.Former World No.48 Rex Hedrick of Australia rolled back the years to claim a second title of the season & the 18th...Keep reading
July 02 2022
Lwamba Chileshe came up against Paul Coll in the final of the New Zealand National Squash Championships staged at the Devoy Squash & Fitness in Tauranga & earned praise form the World No.2 before eventually be denied 12-10 11-8 11-5 by the top seed.The contest was predicted to be a clear-cut win for the World No.2, however the was far...Keep reading
June 26 2022
Lwamba Chileshe won his fourth consecutive tournament, following recent wins at the Panmure Open, Auckland Open & Central Open in his native New Zealand, with a closely contested 13-11 11-4 3-11 12-10 victory over brother & fellow #teamunsquashable player Temwa in the final of the Eden Epsom Doug Flint Memorial Open in Auckland.The top seed reached the final with wins...Keep reading
June 20 2022
New Zealand’s Lwamba Chileshe won his third consecutive tournament, following wins in the Panmure Open & Auckland Open in May, with an impressive 64-minute 11-8 11-8 11-8 victory over compatriot Evan Williams to claim the PSA Central Open at Whanganui Squash Club.Lwamba came into the PSA Central Open as the top seed & won the event, his 12th PSA World...Keep reading
May 22 2022
Lwamba Chileshe won the PSA Barfoot & Thompson Auckland Open in New Zealand with a 10-12 11-4 11-6 11-7 victory over his brother & fellow #teamunsquashable & SquashXL player Temwa Chileshe in the final at the North Shore Squash Club.The Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour Challenger crown follows Lwamba’s victory at the Barfoot & Thompson Panmure Open where he...Keep reading
June 13 2021
Lwamba Chileshe overcame a determined challenge from his brother & fellow #teamunsquashable player Temwa Chileshe to collect the PSA Northland Squash Open with an 11-7 12-14 11-7 11-7 victory in the final of the PSA Challenger event staged at Whangarei Squash Club in New Zealand.The PSA Northland Open saw the two brothers compete against each other in a PSA Challenger...Keep reading
March 27 2021
Lwamba Chileshe defeats younger brother Temwa to win PSA Morrinsville OpenRising New Zealand squash star Lwamba Chileshe defeated younger brother & fellow #teamunsquashable player Temwa Chileshe 11-9 11-8 6-11 11-7 to win the PSA Morrinsville Open in Waikato, New Zealand.Lwamba defeated 8th seed Finn Trimble 11-6 11-5 11-3 & 3rd seed Zac Millar 11-7 11-3 11-9 in the quarter-finals &...Keep reading