Zambia: ZSA Targets New Zealand-Based Squash Brothers

The Zambia Squash Association (ZSA) says it needs to investigate the status of talented brothers Lwamba and Temwa Chileshe, who are based in New Zealand, if they were eligible to play for Zambia.

The two players, who are part of the SquashXL Academy in Auckland, New Zealand currently compete on the Professional Squash Association (PSA) Men's World Tour and have been increasingly listed as exciting young New Zealand players.

Lwamba, who turned 21-years on Saturday, was born in Ndola and is currently ranked 150 on the Men's PSA world rankings better than the current Zambia seed one Kelvin Ndhlovu, who is rated 190.

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