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Adrian Grant: Men of Honour

Adrian Grant says it’s a huge honour to represent England in Glasgow at the Commonwealth Games but he’s already got one eye on competing at the next one in 2018 to make it four on the bounce ... Read More »

Experience can help serve Sarah success

Sarah Kippax hopes her Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games experience will stand her in good stead in Glasgow later this month ... Read More »

Beddoes confident over doubles fom

Emma Beddoes is approaching her Commonwealth Games debut later this month “very confident” with the form that she and women’s doubles partner Alison Waters are showing as they attempt to justify their seeding in Glasgow ... Read More »

Wee Wern back in action after scare

Low Wee Wern is back on her feet again – much to the relief of the Commonwealth Games-bound Malaysian contingent ... Read More »

Massaro banking on Delhi boost

World champion Laura Massaro is aiming to use the experience she gained from her Commonwealth Games debut four years ago to push for gold on two fronts in Glasgow later this month. Read More »

Grinham using Vic Open as CWG Gauge

Rachael Grinham hopes to get a strong gauge on her Commonwealth Games preparation in the Victorian Open ... Read More »

Malaysia’s men in race for form

With the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow just two weeks away, the Malaysian men’s squash players are in a race against time to find their form ... Read More »

Video: BBC Trailer

Watch the BBC trailer for the Commonwealth Games, featuring Nicol David ... Read More »

Athlete in Focus: Harry Leitch

When he’s not playing squash, Dr Harry Leitch says he spends most of his time “attempting to understand pluripotency and the germline.” Read More »

King prepares to take on Glasgow

Joelle King was the queen of the Commonwealth Games four years ago, coming home with a gold and a silver, but now she is preparing for Glasgow ... Read More »

Ghosal: Medal chances bright at Glasgow

India’s no. 1 squash player Saurav Ghosal, seeded no. 4 , says his medal chances are bright in Glasgow ... Read More »

Low hoping to avoid David in Glasgow

Low Wee Wern has looked up to world No. 1 and compatriot Nicol David for all of her career, but now she is hoping to avoid her fellow Penangite as much as possible in the singles event in Glasgow ... Read More »

Aussies aiming for Doubles Gold in Glasgow

Australia is counting on doubles expertise to counter England's world rankings dominance at the Commonwealth Games ... Read More »

Glasgow 2014 Top Squash Seeds Revealed

England's Nick Matthew is expected to repeat his double gold success in the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Scotland next month ... Read More »

Welcome to CWG Squash

Welcome to Commonwealth Games Squash 2014 ... we're busy building the site up, call back on the 1st July !!! Read More »