Top seeds David and Matthew marked an historic Commonwealth Games double today when both successfully retained their singles titles at Glasgow 2014 Games.
England's Nick Matthew and Malaysian Nicol David are on course to become the first squash players ever to defend their Commonwealth Games titles
England assured of medallists with Peter Barker defeating Cam Pilley to set up all England Semi Final
Results updates for Australian Matches as they come to hand! Cam Pilley defeated in Quarters of the Men's singles!
Quarter Finals day in the singles on Saturday 26th July with Cameron Pilley taking on England Peter Barker at the Scotstoun Sports Campus
Cameron Pilley qualifies through to Quarters, while Finitsis, Brown, Grinham and Cuskelly lose in hard fought battles
Round of 16 singles matches on Friday 25th July with five Australians featured at the Scotstoun Sports Campus
The longest match on the opening day of Squash action produced one of the most popular wins when Scottish number one Alan Clyne battled back from 2/1 down on the all-glass showcourt to beat Indian Harinder Pal Sandhu.
Eighth seed Ong Beng Hee, from Malaysia making a record-equalling fifth successive appearance in the Commonwealth Games, bowed out in the opening round today after losing to unranked Zambian Kelvin Ndhlovu.
Squash is basking in the glory of having three of its elite athletes chosen to be flag-bearers at the opening ceremony of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow tomorrow evening.