JAMES Willstrop secured his second medal at this year's Commonwealth Games by picking up an impressive bronze with doubles partner Declan James.

The pair bounced back from the disappointment of losing to their English counterparts Daryl Selby and Adrian Waller in the semi-final to record an 11-9 11-9 victory over Scotland's Alan Clyne and Greg Lobban.

The Harrogate man also won gold in the men's singles last week and he said: “They count for so much these Commonwealth medals. Any medal that clunks away in the village is a huge thing, people applaud it.

"It’s a huge thing coming back to Team England’s headquarters with a medal.”

He hinted that this may be his final Commonwealth Games appearance, saying: “I can’t take anything for granted, I’d like to carry on playing squash for a bit if I can, but I have to take it month by month, you don’t know what your body is going to do next.

"I’m just so thrilled that I took it to a point where I can get through two weeks of this, I’d never dreamed of that four years ago.

"Now I’m not saying I’m not going to go for the next Commonwealth Games or try but it’s going to be an awful long shot. Squash players don’t play at 38 years old, it’s very rare.”