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26 May 2022 13:42
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  •   Home > News > Sports > Athletics

    World men's squash number 237 Joel Arscott is looking forward to being one of the first New Zealand athletes to play competitive sport again

    World men's squash number 237 Joel Arscott is looking forward to being one of the first New Zealand athletes to play competitive sport again


    The 20-year-old will play in the Unsquashable Premier League, which gets underway in Auckland tonight.



    The first game is just underway.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

     Other Athletics News
     25 May: A six-person triathlon team of Olympic bronze medallist Hayden Wilde, Tayler Reid, Dylan McCullough, Andrea Hansen nee Hewitt, Ainsley Thorpe and Nicole van der Kaay have been selected for the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham
     24 May: A hectic start to Tom Walsh's shotput season
     20 May: Eight throwers feature in the 18-strong New Zealand athletics team named for the Birmingham Commonwealth Games
     13 May: New Zealand could send up to 18 athletes to July's World track and field Championships in Oregon
     12 May: Pole vaulter Eliza McCartney has ruled out a crack at the Commonwealth Games and world championships but is determined to compete at the Paris Olympics
     10 May: A New Zealand runner believes Athletics New Zealand's Commonwealth Games qualifying standards are unrealistic
     01 May: There may be a challenger to Usain Bolt's crown of world's fastest man
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