Trailing 8-10 in the first game, the prospect of England’s long hunt for a championship gold seemed ever more distant, however the English pair recovered spectacularly, saving game balls to take the first game 11-10 before winning the second 11-6 to take the title.
“That was tremendous,” said James Willstrop after the match. “We knew that we had to just be absolutely on it. We gave them full respect because they deserve it. And hopefully we deserve it. We're chuffed to bits.
“It’s a huge event, it’s a world title. We’re so grateful to Scottish Squash, to the WSF and for everyone who’s joined together to put this together and make it a huge event.
World Squash Federation (WSF) World Doubles Squash Championships Finals:
Men’s Doubles Final:  Declan James/James Willstrop (ENG) (11/10 11/6 51mins)  Greg Lobban/Rory Stewart (SCO)
Mixed Doubles Final:  Saurav Ghosal/Dipika Pallikal Karthik (IND) (11/6 11/8 22mins)  Adrian Waller/Alison Waters (ENG)
Women’s Doubles Final:  Joshna Chinappa/Dipika Pallikal Karthik (IND) (11/9 4/11 11/8 40mins)  Sarah-Jane Perry/Alison Waters (ENG)