Gee, she was just too good

Last updated 07:29 23/05/2012
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ROBERT CHARLES
New Plymouth's Kaye Elliott prepares to play a backhand against Upper Hutt's Gemma Gee during the women's final of the Taranaki Squash Open at the weekend. Gee won 3-0.

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New Plymouth's Kaye Elliott plays a backhand against Gemma Gee, of Upper Hutt,  during the women's final of the Taranaki Squash Open at the Kawaroa courts at the weekend.

Elliott found it tough going  against Gee, losing 3-0.

The men's title went to Waitara's Ian Haupapa, who was too good for  Cameron Jamieson, of Wellington, winning the final 3-0. 

The Taranaki Daily News-sponsored event attracted more than 100 competitors over a numbers of divisions.

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