Enfield's Alison Waters has been included in England squad for the Commonwealth Games

Alison Waters has been included in England's squash team for the Commonwealth Games. Picture: Action Images

Alison Waters has been included in England's squash team for the Commonwealth Games. Picture: Action Images

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Enfield's Alison Waters has been called up by the England squash team for this summer's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Waters, 30, has been included in the nine-strong squash squad which will compete at this summer's Games in Glasgow.

The current world number six was recently runner-up at the 2014 British Open in Hull, losing out to number one seed Nicol David in the final.

Waters will compete in the womens' singles, doubles and mixed doubles is joined by Peter Barker, Emma Beddoes, Jenny Duncalf, Adrian Grant, Laura Massaro, Nick Matthew, Daryl Selby and James Willstrop.

The Commonwealth Games begin on July 23 and run until August 3.

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