Squash, Women's Singles, Women's Doubles
Gold Coast was Alison’s first Commonwealth Games where she played Women’s Doubles alongside Lisa Aitken, as well as the Singles event. She started 2018 by winning silver at the British U23 Open and reaching the quarterfinals on the Edinburgh Sports Club Open, building on a 2017 season which saw her take double gold at the Scottish Championships; in both Women’s and Mixed Doubles.
Alison’s dad was a professional squash player, representing Scotland over 160 times at senior and master’s level – the highest capped player of all-time in Scotland. Her sister was a gymnast on the Great Britain squad.
- Date of Birth 03/05/1996
- Birth Place Twickenham
- Hometown Thames Ditton
- Club Newlands
- Commonwealth Games Representation 2018
Did You Know?
I like to cook food and prepare my meals - my step-dad taught me a lot!
I listen to...
Mainly R&B garage music
My sporting hero is all time Roger Federer - my squash sporting hero is Camille Serme
Dream holiday destination
Dream job as a child
Snowboarding Coach / Guide
Other interesting facts/hobbies...
I like to play piano in my spare time