The world number four Joelle King will head an eight-strong New Zealand squash team at July's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
King was the star of the 2010 campaign in Delhi, winning a gold medal in the women's doubles with Jaclyn Hawkes and silver in the mixed doubles with Martin Knight. She also finished fifth in the singles.
25-year-old King will represent New Zealand in three events in Glasgow - the singles, women's doubles and mixed doubles.
Martin Knight will once again partner King in the mixed doubles, while Amanda Landers-Murphy will play doubles with her.
New Zealand Squash Team (world ranking in brackets):
Joelle King (4) - Waikato
Megan Craig (42) - Canterbury
Amanda Landers-Murphy (43) - Bay of Plenty Kylie Lindsay (55) - Waikato
Campbell Grayson (42) - Auckland
Martin Knight (48) - Auckland
Paul Coll (87) - Canterbury
Lance Beddoes (171) - Auckland
Women's Singles - Joelle King
Joelle King and Amanda Landers-Murphy
Megan Craig and Kylie Lindsay
Martin Knight and Campbell Grayson
Paul Coll and Lance Beddoes
Martin Knight and Joelle King
Paul Coll and Amanda Landers-Murphy
New Zealand Olympic Committee selectors have also endorsed a Squash NZ request to allow the athletes selected as part of a doubles team to participate at the Games in singles events.