Australia's Joseph Kneipp will partner David Palmer in the men's doubles.
Australia threatens to dominate the Squash doubles competitions, after being seeded number one in the men's, women's and mixed events.
Stewart Boswell and Anthony Ricketts will team-up for the host nation in the men’s doubles, facing Kenya and twelfth-seed Guyana in Pool 1.
Australia's Rachael Grinham could be busy throughout the tournament - she joins her sister Natalie in the women’s doubles, and men’s number one seed David Palmer in the mixed doubles.
New Zealand's Glen Wilson and Shelley Kitchen have a strong incentive to overcome Australia's top ranking in the mixed doubles - the Kiwi duo will be hoping for a gold medal finish to mark Wilson’s international career finale.
Wilson, who will turn 35 during the Games, paired with Leilani Rorani in 2002 to win gold in Manchester.
World Squash Federation Chief Executive Christian Leighton has praised the depth of competition at the Melbourne Games.
"The sport will be represented by an all-time record of 28 nations and 91 athletes," said Leighton.
"Alongside the established squash nations, it is excellent to see countries like the Norfolk Islands competing for the first time in the doubles events in Melbourne."
The Commonwealth Games Squash doubles competition commences 22 March, following the singles events, at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC).
Pool 1 – Australia (Boswell/Ricketts) (seeded 1), Guyana (12), Kenya.
Pool 2 – England (Beachill/P. Nicol) (2), Bermuda (11), Zambia, Norfolk Island (Gray/Duncan).
Pool 3 – Australia (Kneipp/Palmer) (3), Pakistan (10), Sri Lanka
Pool 4 – England (Matthew/Willstrop) (4), Canada (9), Kenya.
Pool 5 – New Zealand (5), Scotland (8), Trinidad and Tobago, Norfolk Island (Christian-Bailey/Knobbs).
Pool 6 – Wales (6), South Africa (7), Fiji, Malawi.
Pool 1 – Australia (N. Grinham/R. Grinham) (1), New Zealand (Crome/Petera) (4), England (Duncalf/Waters) (5), Jamaica, Papua New Guinea.
Pool 2 – New Zealand (Kitchen/Leevey) (2), England (Bailey/Botwright) (3), Australia (Desira/Pittock) (6), Scotland, Sri Lanka.
Pool 1 – Australia (R. Grinham/Palmer) (1), South Africa (12), Sri Lanka (Guruge/Samarasinghe).
Pool 2 – New Zealand (Kitchen/Leevey) (2), Canada (11) Sri Lanka (Tehani Guruge/Issadeen).
Pool 3 – Australia (N.Grinham/Jenson) (3), Northern Ireland (10), Cayman Islands, Norfolk Island (Adams/Duncan).
Pool 4 – England (4), Wales (9) and Jamaica.
Pool 5 – Malaysia (5), South Africa (8), Guyana, Norfolk Island (Nobbs/Gray).
Pool 6 – New Zealand (Petera/O’Brien) (6), England (Waters/Grant) (7), Zambia, Mauritius.
Draw revealed for Squash first round
11 March 2006
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