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England's Laura Massaro hails "unbelievable" team spirit after World Team win

Laura Massaro believes that the "unbelievable" team spirit in the England women's camp led them to victory in the World Team Squash Championships.

Laura Massaro has insisted that the "unbelievable" team spirit within the England women's camp helped them clinch World Team Squash Championship glory over Malaysia.

Massaro succumbed to defeat in her match against Nicol David, but victories from Sarah Jane Perry and Alison Waters pushed England to an overall 2-1 triumph in Canada.

"This has been an amazing event from every point of view and thanks to Squash Canada for doing such a great job," the Lancashire Evening Post quotes Massaro as saying.

"There's been an unbelievable team spirit in the England camp this week, and I honestly believe that is what has made the difference."

Massaro is ranked number two in the world.

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Alison Waters of England plays a forehand during the Women's Singles semi-final match between Alison Waters of England and Laura Massaro of England at Scotstoun Sports Campus during day four of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games on July 27, 2014
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Tuesday's key events


TRIATHLON
· Team GB trio Vicky Holland, Georgia Taylor-Brown and Jess Learmonth all have realistic medal hopes in the women's event (10.30pm-1am)

RUGBY SEVENS
· After an impressive opening day, Great Britain play their final group game against a Fiji side level with them at the top of the pool, but also yet to hit their brilliant best (1.30am)

TAEKWONDO
· After disappointment for friend and housemate Jade Jones, Bianca Walkden will go for gold in the women's +67kg category (2am-2.30pm)
· Mahama Cho is another medal contender for Team GB in the men's +80kg class (2am-2.30pm)

SWIMMING
· Team GB's Duncan Scott has the chance to claim his first individual Olympic medal in the men's 200m freestyle final. Teammate Tom Dean is also involved. (2.43am)
· Kathleen Dawson is the Team GB representative in the women's 100m backstroke final (2.51am)

DIVING
· Eden Cheng and Lois Toulson will look to emulate Tom Daley and Matty Lee's success in the women's 10m synchro final (7am-8am)

EQUESTRIAN
· Three-time Olympic champion Charlotte Dujardin is part of a Team GB team going for gold in the dressage team Grand Prix final (9.30am)

ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS
· Superstar Simone Biles leads the United States side in the women's team final (11.45am-2.10pm)

FOOTBALL
· Team GB's women's team play their final group game, taking on Canada with qualification for the knockout rounds already secured (12pm)

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