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Tuesday, 6 August, 2002, 14:32 GMT 15:32 UK

SQUASH

England clinch men's doubles
England's Peter Nicol and Lee Beachill win gold while New Zealand take the mixed doubles and ladies doubles at the squash.

Fitz-Gerald shocked in doubles
Australia's Sarah Fitz-Gerald and Liz Irving suffer a surprising defeat in the women's squash doubles.

Nicol and Beachill reach final
England's representatives in both the men's and women's doubles will go for gold on Sunday.

England pair make winning start
England's Peter Nicol and Lee Beachill win their first two matches in the men's squash doubles.

Power ends Nicol hopes
Jonathon Power halts Peter Nicol's bid to retain the Commonwealth squash title with a 3-1 victory.

Fitz-Gerald strikes gold
Australia's Sarah Fitz-Gerald wins the women's squash singles at the Commonwealth Games.

Power starts to get serious
Jonathon Power is focusing all his efforts on deposing world number one and former Scot Peter Nicol.

Nicol in Power play
Peter Nicol and Jonathon Power will resume their battle for squash dominance in the Commonwealth Games men's singles final.

Fitz-Gerald the great
BBC Sport Online profiles Commonwealth Games squash singles gold medallist Sarah Fitz-Gerald.

Owens to face Fitz-Gerald
The world's two top women squash players square up in the singles final at the Commonwealth Games.

Power too hot for Beachill
Jonathon Power beats England's Lee Beachill to join Peter Nicol and David Palmer in the men's squash singles semi-finals.

Fitz-Gerald on course for gold
Sarah Fitz-Gerald is joined by Carol Owens, Rachael Grinham and Cassie Jackman in the women's singles semi-finals.

Heath first seed out
Martin Heath's dream of beating former Scot Peter Nicol at the Commonwealth Games is dashed by an Englishman.

Nimmo aims to defy odds again
Pam Nimmo is lucky to be alive, but she is in determined mood at the Commonwealth Games.

Nicol safely through
England's Peter Nicol began the defence of his title with a comfortable win, plus a round-up of the other games.

Royal start for squash sizzler
The Queen watches Chris Walker beat Wayne Prescod to open 10 days of top squash action in Manchester.

BUILD-UP
Ball juggling with the best
Gabe Rabess has his hands full representing Dominica in both squash and table tennis in Manchester.

Power primed for squash glory
Jonathon Power's guile will win him squash gold, according to the Canadian national coach.

Khan denied Games place
English-born squash player Carla Khan has been told she cannot represent Pakistan.

Nicol slams Scots authorities
Defending Commonwealth squash champion Peter Nicol says Sportscotland have themselves to blame for his defection to England.

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