RHYL squash sensation Tesni Evans picked up the biggest win of her career after emerging victorious at the British National Championships.

The world number 12, who represent Saints Gym in Prestatyn, took home the Manchester showcase thanks to a 3-0 final success over four-time champion and England international Alison Waters.

Evans turned in a virtuoso display to triumph 11-5, 11-9, 11-7 in just 43 minutes to claim the title.

She booked her place in the final by comfortably beating Laura Massaro 3-0, and also conquered three former British champions en route to glory.

Speaking to Dai Sport, Evans said: “I’m proud to play for Wales, proud to be Welsh number one.

“I started playing at the age of four, although I believe I was running around swinging the racket around everywhere hockey style.

“My first tournament was at 10-years-old, but those first three years were very much hitting, hoping and seeing what happened.

“Now I’m playing some of my best squash so far. The Commonwealth Games are ahead and, having played in Glasgow four years ago, we will be fully prepared.”

Evans has set her sights on Commonwealth Games glory in April, where she will represent Wales, and she will be honing her skills with father Andrew at Bangor University and with coach David Evans at the Sport Wales National Centre in Cardiff.