Marwan El Shorbagy with Jonah Barrington and brother Mohamed
Mohamed El Shorbagy
JULY 2014: Squash players at the commonwealth games
Peter Creed (Wales) (2001-05; Joan's Kitchen)
Results table showing Peter reached the Round of 16 of the singles
Collette Sultana (Malta) (2001-03: Portway)
Results table showing Collette lost in the Round of 32 of the singles
Frania Gillen-Buchert (Scotland )Women's (one game played and lost so far) and Mixed Doubles (one games played and won so far)
december 2013: Marwan El shorbagy emulating his brother
Mohamed El Shorbagy's younger brother, Marwan, World Junior Champion in 2011 and 2012, has now caught the winning bug, picking up his third PSA title by carrying all before him in the Edmonton Open Pro Squash Tournament at the start of the month, before flying out to Hong Kong for the Hong Kong Open, where he bowed out in the second round to Mohamed, who was knocked out in the quarter finals.
Mohamed on top of the world
Congratulations to Mohamed El Shorbagy (2006-09; Great House) who, in the form of his life, has won two PSA world titles in the last three weeks.
Firstly, the World number 6 (now 4) gained revenge for his defeat by England's Nick Matthew in the semi-finals of the World Championships by getting the better of the world number 4 in five games to win the Qatar Classic title at Dohar last month.
Then, just days later, he overcame his top-seeded compatriot, Karim Darwish, in three games, to walk off with the Banque Misr Sky Open in Cairo.
november 2013: MohAMED LOSES OUT in semis
Mohamed El Shorbagy, seeded 6, put up a spirited fight against number 2 seed, Gregory Gaultier, in the semi-final of the World Squash Championships in Manchester on Saturday.
Gaultier lost in the final to England's top seeded Nick Matthew.
Mohamed wins through to the semis
Read more and watch Mohamed's semi-final online later this afternoon
Joey follows in father's footsteps
Former Squash international Joey Barrington (1985-1997; Edgarley and Day) emulates his father, Jonah, in picking up the microphone as commentator for the BBC at the World Squash Championships this weekend in Manchester.
January 2013: Mohamed misses out in final
Mohamed El Shorbagy (2006-09; Great House) could not a sustain a sensational start in the Final of the World Championships last month, going down to fellow Egyptian Ramy Ashour in a five set match that lasted a punishing 90 minutes.