Welwyn Garden City’s squash sensation Alison Waters shocks current champion to reach world semi-finals in Cairo

PUBLISHED: 09:54 19 December 2014 | UPDATED: 10:24 19 December 2014

Potters Bar Squash Club's Alison Waters (in black) renewed her rivalry with Laura Massaro (in red) in Egypt

Potters Bar Squash Club's Alison Waters (in black) renewed her rivalry with Laura Massaro (in red) in Egypt

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Welwyn Garden City’s Alison Waters stormed into the semi-finals of the Wadi Degla women’s World Squash Championship in Cairo after shocking world champion Laura Massaro on Thursday (December 18).

Fellow Englishwoman Massaro took the first set 14-12 before fifth seed Waters staged a comeback by winning the next three sets to claim a spot in the final four.

The 30-year-old, who won a bronze medal in doubles at Glasgow’s Commonwealth Games this summer, now faces home favourite Raneem El Weleily on Friday (December 19) for a place in the final.


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