Karakal's Welsh trio of Joel Makin, Tesni Evans and Emyr Evans will be joined by Scottish No.1 Greg Lobban to represent their countries and compete at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
The games, which will deliver 11 days of world class live sport, get underway on the 28th July and have the biggest sports programme in Commonwealth Games history.
Five Squash gold medals are up for grabs with Men's, Women's, Men's Doubles, Women's Doubles and Mixed Doubles events being played at the University of Birmingham's £55 million Sport & Fitness Centre which comprises six squash courts with adjustable walls for larger doubles courts.
The 2,000m square indoor arena will also house an all-glass squash court, featuring more than 2,000 seats for spectators and accredited guests.
Good luck to all competitors, especially the #KarakalKrew, at what promises to be an unbelievable celebration of sport, the Commonwealth and diversity.
For more information visit: Birmingham2022.com.